Friday, January 20, 2012

92 Fifteen Minute Friday!

My wheels have been spinning.... sometimes this could go oh so wrong.  I am known for having some crazy ideas.  But not this time. 

I get asked a lot about either where to begin or how to find time or getting through that initial feeling of being overwhelmed to organize.  It comes naturally to some people.  I could go into a room, tear it apart, empty it out, and just go hog wild organizing crazy.  I am a lucky one.  I also know I am a rare one.

Of course, that's not the best way for someone to begin.  If you are feeling overwhelmed, you really should start small.  Pick one small project and go from there.  Often times when you organize, I believe you will have a fabulous feeling of success when you are done.  You know, that giddy smiley feeling where you re-open that cabinet 17 times in 10 minutes to gaze at your accomplishment?  That feeling that makes you want to take before and after pictures and share them with the world?  That feeling of wanting to sing and dance in joy and then go on to the next project?  You should have those feelings.  Because organizing anything big or small is a life changer.  You just saved yourself time down the line.  You just simplified and bettered your life.  Hopefully you will be a full blown addict after a couple of small projects are knocked out of the park.

So lets chat about small projects.  Simple quick things you can do to get the ball rolling.  Projects that really should only take about 15 minutes or less.  We all have a spare 15 minutes.  Whether it's each day, every couple of days or even once a week.


I decided to start a new series.  One Friday per month, I will pick some of my favorite fifteen minute or less organizing ideas that you can use as a "motivation spark".  Just pick a project, and schedule that fifteen minutes in your planner, and then be prepared to pat yourself on the back!  Why Friday?  Because most people can find a few spare minutes over the weekend. 


OK, so you may or may not be able to give your entire closet an overhaul in fifteen minutes or less, however, you can add a paper shopping bag inside your closet, to keep as your "donate" bag.  And then go through some of your pieces and ask yourself some simple questions: Do I LOVE it?  When did I wear it last?  Is it dated, worn, stretched or faded?  Challenge yourself to start by placing five items in that donate bag.  Leave the bag in your closet until it's filled and then haul it over to your local donate center.

 

Take 15 minutes each weekend to go through your mail/paper stack.  Take action, file and recycle to give yourself a fresh start to the next week.



Bathrooms are the perfect place for collections to secretly form, without you even knowing.  Half used shampoo and conditioner bottles, outdated makeup, first aid supplies, overstock purchases.  Take 15 minutes to sort through all of the products and combine bottles and say farewell to expired or unused items.




I am the kind of gal that tries to encourage everyone to put things back right where they belong, right away.  If you don't, piles form.  But I am also a human.  I understand that being extremely disciplined about picking up isn't always realistic.  We are busy busy peeps.  Something that has worked well for me, is to dedicate a basket {either one per person or just one for the family}, in which you are allowed to dump your belongings.  As long as you don't let your pile escape the basket and vow to take 15 minutes to empty it every couple of days, you should be able to keep your surfaces clutter free.



Along the same lines as the pile basket, create some donation and garage sale bins or boxes.  Something that you can keep tucked in a storage room or garage, that gives you a quick place to place items you are purging.  Sometimes, the mood will just strike you and you will realize that something may not be perfect for you any longer, but someone else could benefit from it.  Now you have a place to quickly say goodbye to that item without hesitation.  Once the boxes are full, time to haul them away or hold that thrift sale!



Take 15 minutes to clear your car of clutter.  Empty pockets in doors, the center console and the glove compartment.  Check under and in-between the seats.  Pop a small garbage pail inside to eliminate future piles.




 
Taking just 15 minutes per week to plan out your meals is such a time and money saver.  You can remember to take out that frozen chicken the night before, only purchase items that you plan to eat, and eliminate that awful "what's for dinner?" question that haunts you all day long.



Any drawer.  But just one drawer.  Empty the contents, wipe out the drawer {get extra credit for lining it with pretty paper}, and place only useful items back inside.  Use anything from clear acrylic dividers to random dishes to act as dividers and to give everything a home.



Why does it seem as though the kitchen counter is the magnet to all piles and things?  Everything lands on the counter.  And the kitchen is one of the most used and seen places in our homes.  Keeping your counters clutter free will be a life changer.  You will learn to LOVE the space you are spending so much time in, so much more!  Take 15 minutes to clear the counter clutter, only keeping items that have function and actually belong in the kitchen.



 
It's so important to schedule 15 minutes of your time to give your fridge and freezer a quick clean sweep.  Because foods are perishable, frequent checks to empty out leftover containers, fruits and veggies and freezer burnt items will ensure that when you open the fridge door, you can quickly find exactly what you are looking for and also allow you to always know your inventory to avoid over purchasing.





All simple and do-able right?  Let's get a strong list going for future post ideas.  What other tasks do you do to keep your life organized, in fifteen minutes or less?  Which one of these are you going to tackle this weekend?



Sources: {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}

92 comments:

  1. Hello miss motivational!!!!!!!!! Love it Jen! I'm going to conquer my kitchen sicnk (ahhh so guilty. so gross!) and then move on to my self-watering garden project this weekend =) maybe i can sneak a clear up the clutter 15 min powerclean in there too! love ya!

    Have a fantabulous weekend!

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  2. You really are my hero!

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  3. I am full time conquering my fridge this weekend, thanks for the inspiration!!

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  4. I try to carve out some time every week to organize something. Where did you get that trash for your car?

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  5. I saw the cereal container idea on Pinterest and LOVE using it in my van! The BEST trashcan EVER! I'm organizing and purging this weekend! THX!

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  6. Thanks for the motivation! I'm going to go through my closet tonight and tackle the kitchen organization this weekend!

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  7. I'm going to conquer our very small and shared closet in our bedroom. I have 3x the clothing my poor sweetheart does and I can't even wear most of it anymore. I keep telling myself I'm going to get healthy and be able to wear my favorite items again I've decided I should toss all but my favorite pair of jeans and use shopping as a reward for eaching my goal weight. Not to mention... there is a lot of random items in there: the window ac for the bedroom (I've begged to have it moved the garage with no luck.), an frame for a full-sized bed (we don't even own a full-sized bed), and many pairs of shoes I don't like and never wear.

    I can't completely organize and finish my closet in 15 minutes but purging it shouldn't take more than that... if I'm stern with myself on pitching and donating items!

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  8. This is a fantastic post idea! I am going to tackle the inbox problem this weekend.

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  9. Yay!!! I LOVE this series idea -- so excited to see what you have in store! As a Flylady follower, my whole world is divided into 15 minute chunks -- it makes such a huge difference! I will be filing papers, upgrading my desk, & working on our bathroom renovations this weekend. I can't wait to see how you organize your new desk & office routines! Thanks for all of the awesome inspiration!!

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  10. I cleaned out our fridge/freezer the very first week I was back from Christmas holidays. What a difference!!

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  11. You are so inspirational!! Were all of these pictures taken at your house??? Amazing.

    I will get there...one of these days.

    I am trying to conquer my piling & stacking problem...I'm getting better!! These tips will help! Thanks!!

    Follow Me: http://whenoneplusoneequalsfour.blogspot.com

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  12. I love the menu planner. Do you have more info you could share on that?

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    1. Hi Jennifer - I found it on BHG.com: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  13. The kitchen island is thee bane of my existence. It's only clean for less than 24hrs every two weeks so the cleaning guy will have a surface to clean! But you are sooo right - it should be done more often, and would probably take less than 15min. Thanks for the motivation! :)

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  14. I love this already Jen! I've been keeping a notebook in my purse to jot down ideas because I spend a lot of spare time at work on Pinterest or reading blogs so it's helped remind me of the "AH-HA" moments I've had throughout the week when it comes to the weekend. This will definitely be added - thanks for the ideas! I need some inspiration for this snowy weather!

    ~Kimberly
    www.studioblonde.blogspot.com

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  15. I already conquered my basement clutter yesterday (had to FINALLY get those Christmas decorations put away!) but I think I'm going to conquer my car too, because it has to be taken in to the shop soon and it is a mess!

    Sending you sunshine,

    Rachael @ You Me and Natalie

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  16. I love this idea! Since we've just moved I think I will be conquering my piles this weekend...but I'm going to need a lot more than fifteen minutes!

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  17. How do you overcome living with a pack rat? I love to organize and anything that's not used or nailed down goes in my opinion. It's frustrating as heck!

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  18. I love that menu planner board - where is it from? I'd love to use something similar, and I didn't see it anywhere else on your blog. Would you please share?

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    1. Hi Barbara - I found it on BHG.com: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  19. I too would love to know where the menu planner came from? Thats exactly what Ive been looking for. Im sure its something I can DIY.

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    1. Hi Jessica - I found it on BHG.com: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  20. Jen, you're amazing. That's all!

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  21. I stayed up until one in the morning a few nights ago reading your Blog and got completely inspired! I have since spent the last 48 hours doing small organizing projects around the house. I can get pretty over-whelemed with cleaning and organizing, so it's nice to have some inspiration, and I love the Fifteen Minute Friday idea. So far I have conquered; my dresser, fridge, pantry, coat closet, and a couple kitchen drawers! yay.

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    1. I conquered my pantry after reading this and shared with my friends:
      http://alisathehopefuldreamer.blogspot.com/

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  22. I clean in 15 minute increments throughout the week! (being 31 weeks pregnant, that's all I have the energy for - lol!)

    Last weekend hubby mentioned needing to go grocery shopping, but when I opened the freezer, it was chock full! What I found was it was mostly items that weren't our "favorites", so hubby (who's the cook in the house) would always opt for making dinners with the new items instead of using things we already had. We took EVERYTHING out, and I listed on an Excel spreadsheet under categories of Meat, Veggies, Soups/Stocks, etc. and I've been coordinating meals using items we already have in our freezer & pantry. (we've saved lots of money this month on groceries by only having to replenish staples like milk, eggs, bread)

    One thing I'd like to do this weekend is get our various bulk nuts (ie. almonds, pecans, peanuts, etc.) out of the plastic baggies from the store into labeled containers. I've been saving plastic & glass food containers as we use them, so I hope I have enough of the same kind so they match.

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  23. I discovered your blog last month and I love reading it! Thank you for your organization and design. It has helped me get started on my blog and you are truly talented. :)

    www.loveolympiajune.blogspot.com

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  24. Love this idea!! We should all be able to find 15 minutes!

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  25. I love this - thank you for the inspiration!

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  26. What a great idea! I do a 10 minute clean a few times a day to stay on top of things, but I usually wait for a free afternoon to organize! Now, I will plan to switch out one of my cleaning sessions for an organizing project! 2012 is my year to get this house organized and this will help! Thanks!!

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  27. Email inbox is overwhelming too! And the pantry, and under the kitchen sink, and under the bathroom sink, and the coat closet :) I love the trashcan for the car--definitely going to be doing that one soon. My little "basket" doesn't work--it falls over and the trash spills out! Thanks for this post!

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  28. Love the ideas and the inspiration! How would you do the menu board ...magnetically??

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    1. Here is a link to the magnetic board post: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      You can purchase magnetic printing paper to make the labels.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  29. I know I said I never get anything done, but I have been in serious organization mode this month. The problem is, as I'm doing each project I find myself seeing 3 other projects I need to do! Focus! I need to focus! I think you need your own show. Forget Oprah. We need "Organizing with Jen"! : )

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    1. klaren@nordlysnett.noJanuary 21, 2012 at 4:51 PM

      Amen to that! :)
      And please broadcast it in Europe too :D

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    2. I would LOVE a show like that!!!

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  30. Most of these are on our list this weekend... specifically my totally nuts inbox and cleaning out my car (I get a new one on Monday!).

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  31. i love it all...I'm planning on tackling my recipe books/paper stacks. I bought recipe cards and so far have transferred half of the recipes that I've printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper in the last few months.

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  32. Hi! Thank you for the inspiration and organization is my word for the year! I really need to hit up my car and make containers for giveaway and such!

    I did just do this with my kitchen counter - check out my post here http://29ruehouse.blogspot.com/2012/01/clutter-confessions_08.html

    Crystal :)

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  33. Love this post! Thanks for sharing your natural knack for organization for those of us that it doesn't come naturally to!

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  34. You aren't kidding when you say it's addicting. I just did one cabinet...ONE cabinet and I'm already to do every room and cabinet in this house. Have it be organized, functional, and pretty! Thanks for your inspiration, I'm definitely going to take 15 minutes every Friday to tackle my inbox.
    http://heyambular.blogspot.com/2012/01/diy-kitchen-cabinet-with-wrapping-paper.html

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  35. Great motivation! I kinda started this as a new years resolution and do a house "walk thru" to pick up as I go!! I love your idea of labeling for garage sale and donate - plus a container for your car!!
    You always have great inspiration on your blog - but is that a photo of your fridge? How I would love for mine to look that nice and orderly!! In my dreams!

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  36. Seriously motivating! I heart your blog more and more every time i visit. :0)

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  37. I was inspired by first idea, eager for the second, but by the time I read #3 I was mentallybthinking it's all too much. Just seeing all those separate ideas next to each other made my brain run away from all the areas I need to organise. Isn't that interesting?

    Some ideas: the laundry; the linen cupboard; your desk; kids wardrobes; the artwork pile; the boot of the car ( I have a plastic container with wipes, bungee cords, plastic bag, old towel, first aid kit, spare clothes, toilet paper, a rain poncho, a book and some snacks ), your bedside tsble; top of your dresser ; shower caddy; cleaning supplies; plastic drawer/ cupboard; top of the fridge; under the sink.

    Sigh. I need to do most of these in my house.

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    1. klaren@nordlysnett.noJanuary 21, 2012 at 4:55 PM

      I felt just the same - Guess my house is so overwhelming that I can not think about more than max. two projects at the time... :O
      Love the idea of 15min organizationtips, then maybe some things can be done around here :)

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    2. Great advice! Maybe one or two 15 minute item each post - thanks for the feedback!

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  38. How funny that I took a break from organizing/cleaning to read a few blogs, only to run into this post!! Back to it!

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  39. I like this idea, but I'd like to see you go in depth about each area. You did about 10 areas in one post when I think it would be more beneficial to see a post about each one. Perhaps you could show how you organize this in our own house? Or give an overview of what you did?

    I'm just looking for more and definitely would love to see you tackle 1 at a time. It got a little too overwhelming for me :)

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    1. Good Idea! Do one or a couple of posts each time....that way we can all feel like it is even more "accomplishable"!!

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    2. Great advice! Maybe one or two 15 minute item each post - thanks for the feedback!

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  40. Fabulous post! I hate cleaning out the car the most in the winter when it's FREEZING outside but this post of yours is motivating me to just get my bootie out there and do it. It will only take a couple minutes anyways! Thanks!

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  41. Hi, I'm new to the blogging world and I must say your blog gives me lots of inspiration! Thanks!

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  42. Is the calendar something you actually have made yourself? The menu planner? I'd love to see a step by step of how you did it! :) It's so pretty, I'd love to know where you got that magnetic calendar! :)

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    1. Here is a link to the post/labels: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      You can print the labels on magnetic paper, it rocks.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  43. Paper bag is going in my closet tomorrow! Such a simple brilliant idea!

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  44. Love all the ideas in this post but the drawer one is going to be the most help to me.

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  45. Ideas: conquer your...
    Purse, store room, linen closet, shoes, kids clothes, magazines and books, ufinsil drawer, nightstand, buffet, digital files/cOmputer desktop, email inbox, photos (digital and physical) laundry room, etc, etc....

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  46. All excellent ideas. Especially like that you suggest doing it a bit at a time, such as 15-minute tasks. I do something similar when my home is in disorder (such as just after the grandkids leave)... I choose one small room (or a small area of a larger room) and completely straighten/clean it. With that little piece of "heaven" to hide in, all the rest can be ignored for a while.

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  47. I am definitely an organizing addict. The one task that completely changed my life is the "take 15 minutes to clean out your refrigerator" Jen......... that simple task is more than just a chore. having an orderly and clean refrigerator effects my whole week! Am I being over the top? Maybe. But sista I do heart a clean and refreshing refrigerator!!

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  48. Love this, I need to organize all of this ASAP!
    Also what to you use to do all your collages and text? It looks so cute.

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  49. Great ideas & inspirations. I like that menu planner so I'll check the site you mentioned. Here are a few ideas concerning old clothes...

    After I wash & dry clothes, I decide where it goes - back to the bedroom closet or to a donation box, work box or throw away. The work box has those clothes that still fit, but are torn, stained or something that the only place you should be wearing them is working in the garden,painting or something just as messy. It keeps the good clothes lasting longer! I remember my dad having several sets of painting paints and shirts stored underneath his work bench.

    I have the same system for dish towels - to the kitchen, rag box or out.

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  50. I think that one of the most important 15 minute chores I do each week (and think everybody else should, too!) is to clean out my purse and my work bag. I clean out the important stuff each day (plastic wear, coffee cups, etc), but I find that at the end of each week I need to clean out receipts, papers, garbage, etc. I then decide what needs to be kept, filed, or recycled/thrown away. I think others may find this tip to be useful with their diaper bags, briefcases, or backpacks. Either way, it's a great habit to get into!

    As always, your blog contains FABULOUS information, and it has become a happy place for me, too :)

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  51. do you give due credit for the images you use?

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    1. If you bothered to look at the bottom of the post, there is a "source" section with numbers that refer to the pictures that give the links. Very simple and very organized.

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    2. Hi Anonymous - I usually source under each photo but since I had used titles under these photos, I sourced at the bottom of the post.

      xoxo,
      Jen

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  52. Thanks for this~this is just the encouragement I needed. I admit, I am one of the "easily overwhelmed" ones, but you are right--I can do 15 minutes. I'm off to tackle my pantry (for 15 minutes) :)

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  53. Anonymous, the credit for the pictures is at the bottom of her post, where it says sources { 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10} each number is a link

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  54. Love the conquering your piles idea! Perfect for me who leaves her things everywhere. :)

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  55. The thought of organizing a room makes me giddy, too...and to be able to do it with a friend would be more fun than a shopping day! I guess we both have the ocd gene ;)

    And love those little lights on your desk!!!

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  56. I am trying to conquer my desk at the moment. Have managed to get some Magazine files and labeled them and now I need an intray and to try and open the drawer I have been avoiding! Need to make it all more functional until we can afford a desk that works better for all of us! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  57. Your blog has been recommended and reviewed on Ask Tazi! America's FAVORITE Advice giving Cat! Here is the link to view and share!
    http://www.asktazi.com/2012/01/tazi-recommends-i-heart-organizing.html

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  58. What a great idea for a series of posts! Will look forward to these to give me an incentive to get organising x

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  59. What a great idea Jen. You're definitely right for those who get overwhelmed the way to overcome that is to start small. Starting with the basics of organizing is key in order to get someone's wheels rolling for the huge projects. Hey, why don't you integrate this with your youtube channel sometimes. I use to do alot of videos for my past businesses and had the idea of doing for my wet behind the ears home blog. I know you'd get alot of interaction and views. I'd subscribe :)

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  60. where is that color coded magnetic meal planning from. the beautiful colors look like your work! i just love it and want to know more about it. i tried to find a link but couldn't. thank you!!

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    1. Hi Kari!

      Here is the link to the board: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/free-printable-storage-labels/#page=9

      You can print the labels on magnetic paper, it rocks.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  61. Ooh great idea's! I love the second one

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  62. SO glad to have discovered your blog! I don't have the organizing gene, so this is a major new resource for me. Putting together my household binder as we speak!

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  63. I love your ideas :) I for one am a dumper so I always end up with a pile of whatever after a day or two :/

    Can I suggest something? :) I have a small bin inside my car and I put dead weight in it to keep it from being tossed around while I drive :) My dead weight is just some rocks I put inside a plastic bag ;)

    http://scarletscorpion.blogspot.com

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  64. We do Minimum Maintenance in our space, which takes less than fifteen minutes if done daily -- put things back in their homes, quick wiping in bathrooms, and so forth.

    Also, go to bed with a clean kitchen, and just generally clean the kitchen after each work/eat time.

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  65. Thanks for the motivation. I was able to organize under my vanity, I couldn't believe all of the junk under there that I hadn't used in a year. I also chalkboard painted some small buckets to use in my medicine cabinet to coral all of the small tubes and other random stuff that can't stand on its own.

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  66. Amazing concept. I'm going to get onto my piles and clutters right away.
    I used to cringe at the thought of cleaning but after reading your articles and tips, I can feel the jitters and see the clutters melt away.
    You are truly inspirational!

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  67. I love your dinner planner! I am a reasonably organized person, but that is one thing that I always seem to slack on. I often find myself in the late afternoon saying, "Oops, I wonder what we're having for dinner..." I hate it! I am going to try making a version similar to yours! Thank you for the inspiration!

    Oh, and my daily 15-min task that saves me is simply keeping my kitchen counters cleared, and dishes at least stacked neatly in the sink. If my kitchen stays somewhat neat, I feel like I can breathe!

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  68. I love the idea of the clutter baskets. How exactly do you do that? Do you have one per person or one per family? And where do you keep them?

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    1. I just have one for the whole family and it usually gets emptied every day or two. But you have to find what works best for you personally. Maybe it's easier to have one per family member and they are responsible for emptying it each week. I just don't have the space to do that, or I probably would. :)

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  69. For the "Organize Your Inbox" picture. I see that it was from the BH&G website. Have you ever seen those hanging file/organizers to purchase? I have found some locally that are very "officey" looking. Not exactly what I want for my bedroom and those would be PERFECT!!! Thanks, Jill

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    1. Hi Jill!

      I actually have those, they are from the Pottery Barn Daily System: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/daily-system-white/?pkey=e|white%2Bdaily%2Bsystem|1|best|0|1|24||1&cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_-NoMerchRules-_-

      We have had ours for years, they definitely stand the test of time and will be a versatile piece we will use for many more years. I believe Target, TJMaxx, HomeGoods, Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond may have similar knock-off versions.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  70. OK so I'm a bit late, but I finally got some time to do some orgainising over the weekend. I had a pretty organised "junk" drawer in my kitchen, but it needed a bit of a re-organisation as we'd bought some new things we needed a home for and others just weren't in the right place, so have been moved to a new happier home. Having an organised drawer takes me to my happy place...

    Thanks as always for the inspiration/motivation.

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  71. Hi! Just wondering where you found those really nice white wooden magazine/paper file racks? I've been looking for something like that but haven't found any. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Sandra!

      They are the White Daily System from Pottery Barn: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/daily-system-white/?pkey=e|daily+system|13|best|0|1|48||6&cm_src=Quicklook

      xo!

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