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Are you a failure? Don’t be afraid to fail.

“Failure is the first step towards success” is one of the most used, quoted and publicized quotes and often told to many of us in many different stages of life ,but is sometimes difficult to follow its mantra. Sometimes we want all the “success” but don’t want to experience the hard work, pain and in […]

via Failure: The First Step Towards Success — Jay Colby

Jay talks about failure.  Many of us have tried to get organized.  We go out and buy all these baskets, boxes, dividers and trays.  Then we find they don’t work for our stuff.  Then we feel like we have failed. The money we spent was a waste.

Why? Because we don’t set up a system or learn the rules.

Look we have all been there.  That is how we learn.  I know for me  I always took the hard road.  There was the easy road then there was the road I took.  Think about this.  You did not walk until you crawled.  You probably fell down a lot.  How many times before you rode off on your bike? Same thing with being organized.

You did not fail, you just are learning how to succeed.

I have years of experience so let me help you.  I will continue to help you learn how to be organized.  I am a big fan of using what you have  first.  Then when you have lived with it for a while you will actually find what you really need.  Then I am all for buying baskets, boxes, dividers or trays.

So if you are new here.  Go back and read  ARGH!! *%)@# .  It’s a good place to start.

“If you knew you could not fail ~ what would you do?” Is one of my favorite quotes.

OK, so let’s try again.  You can Bee Organized & I will help you.

See you tomorrow.  Have a day!

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I am from Oklahoma. Now living the dream in Arizona. I'm a sassy, creative and outspoken southern gal. I believe that if you can read you can go anywhere. One of my favorite sayings is "If you knew you could not fail what would you do?" I enjoy helping other people. My friends know that I’m the queen of useless trivial knowledge and I will not hesitate to use it.

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