Being Organized is About Having Control of Your Life! In a word, not being organized feels like overwhelm, and can include one or more of the following: running late, being frazzled, feeling overly tired, losing track of your stuff, scrambling around during the holidays, never having enough time to finish tasks, embarrassed to ask for help. Sound familiar? On the flip side, being organized is about having control of your time, your energy, your space, and your life. Being organized is not about being perfect or having the cleanest house. Many don't know they need help. Some do, but they don't know what to do about it. If you've tried everything else to gain control, yet still feel lost, it's time to take the next step. In this book, you'll learn: Simple tasks anyone can do to become more organized (and stay that way); The true costs of being disorganized and how to save money (cha-ching!); Why having a junk drawer is okay (permission granted); Tips to simplify your busy lifestyle (at home and at work); The myth of the rainbow unicorn; Why moving, downsizing, divorce, blending families, and other life changes don't have to result in chaos, confusion, and disorganization; Case stories of people just like you who overcame overwhelm; How to achieve an organizasm!
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