What It Means To Organize

12 Apr

or·gan·ize  (ôr′gə-nīz′)
v. or·gan·izedor·gan·iz·ingor·gan·iz·es
  1.  To put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.
  2.  To arrange in a coherent form; systematize.
  3.  To arrange in a desired pattern or structure.
  4.  To arrange systematically for harmonious or united action.
I talk about ONE way of starting the organization process. In that blog I talk about starting piece by piece. Today I will continue on the slow and steady wins the race tip. The question sometimes begins, Where Do I start? Well if starting in the crazy “hot spot” areas is too much for you to handle, I’m going to make the suggestion that you start in an area that looks easiest to you!
DO you have a space that’s not bad but could use some straightening up? Maybe its a space behind the door. You have a couple of brooms there or an umbrella and you’ve been meaning to move them somewhere else. Start there. Maybe on the microwave you have a stack of paper plates on top. Start there. There is a stack of dirty clothes in the corner getting higher and higher. Go grab them and put them in the hamper! You have a clear space now!!!
Organization is a people-based process designed to make you happy. I want you all to be happy!!
You can also contact The Super and I can help you start!
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Posted by on April 12, 2016 in Organizing


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