I hope this newsletter finds you and your family healthy and doing well during these unprecedented times.
For many of you, organizing may be the absolute last thing on your mind as you focus on working from home and/or balancing a household filled with people not usually there during the day. Some of you, however, might have time to organize and may find it calming to focus on things you can control.
So for those of you who'd like to work on organizing your home or office, here are some resources to help:
Over the last 13 years I have been writing newsletters that cover a wide variety of organizing solutions. Topics have included organizing specific rooms like kitchens and garages, organizing papers and email, creating peaceful spaces, setting up routines to keep your home running smoothly and decluttering to get your home ready to sell.
Click here to link to past newsletters where you'll find ideas for these and many other projects.
Daily Project Ideas
Starting today, and then every other day during the month of April, I will post a small project you can do on my Altogether Organized Facebook page. If you don't use Facebook, I'm happy to email you the project idea instead. Just send me an email to let me know.
Today's project will be organizing your spices. Other topics this week will include organizing your medicine cabinet, your desk drawers and your books.
Click here to link to my
Altogether Organized Facebook
We can work together virtually as well to concentrate on any area you'd like organized.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to schedule a one hour session.
It's also entirely possible that though you have the time to work on organizing, you don't have the desire or motivation to do so. That's okay too! We all need to do what we can to take care of ourselves and our families while staying healthy, connected and positive.
I wish you all the best,