January 2018   
environmental education made easy

Well, we've hit the end of January. How many resolutions are you still keeping?

If you are like me, organizing is one of your goals for 2018. In a society driven by consumption, even those of us who strive to keep our "input" as low as possible can have stuff that accumulates in our living spaces. Then what do we do with it all?

Our feature article this month is a review of the book, Organized Enough: The Anti-Perfectionist's Guide to Getting--and Staying--Organized by Amanda Sullivan. Sullivan shares strategies and systems to help declutter and organize our living spaces.

Eco Partners can help you develop strategies to keep your residents and community informed about ways to declutter, buy less, and reduce waste. Please give me a call or email me. We would love to work with you!

Keep going with those resolutions to reduce waste in 2018! 

Elizabeth Roe
Eco Partners
Are you "Organized Enough"?
Organization can appear daunting, especially when our lives are lacking it. Its absence takes the form of an overflowing closet or that pile of paper perpetually lying on the desk.

Amanda Sullivan recognizes the struggle of keeping a clean living area and explores the numerous ways organization can be achieved. Structured strategies and tips for making your space more livable are presented in her book, Organized Enough: The Anti-Perfectionist's Guide to Getting--and Staying--Organized (Da Capo Press). 

The insight provided by Sullivan in  Organized Enough can help turn a messy space into a home. By incorporating Sullivan's concept of "FLOW" and building habits and systems into your life, the goal of becoming and staying organized is achievable. Check out the full book review by our int ern, Vic Roe.

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