Weekend Challenge

So, you have a weekend free to devote to tackling some organizing projects. But, where do you begin? What do you tackle first?

I say, first make a list of which room, closet, maybe it’s your car, or cabinets, a pantry? Pick one and then make a list of what you might need to start that project. Maybe it’s boxes or garbage bags, some packing tape for the boxes, some markers and maybe some labels. Please save buying organizing bins for the end of the first day so you will have them for what you are planning on putting back on day two. The reason for this is that once you start donating or tossing things you may not need ….as many bins as you may have first thought. Remember to measure height, width, depth for bins!

So, what projects can you tackle in a weekend?

  • Bathrooms
  • Bedroom Closets
  • Medicine Cabinets
  • Pantry
  • Your Car/s
  • Laundry Room
  • or just take a box, go room to room and pack away anything you see that has no meaning to you!

So many things you can do in a weekend, pick what is needing your attention and organize it!

As long as you plan ahead and put in place the right tools there are many areas you can organize in just a weekend. There are many projects you can do in just a couple of hours.

Why not challenge yourself to get a few things organized on the next “free” weekend you have. It may not even take all weekend but allow yourself the time. Take the challenge and send me updates on what your projects are! Before and after photos are so inspiring!

Connect with me by texting me your organizing projects and if you need a tip or two shout it out to me! 917.887.8672

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2 Responses to Weekend Challenge

  1. Janet Barclay says:

    I like your approach – one day to declutter and sort, and one day to organize and store. I think this would work much better than doing a section at a time, because we often need to move things to a different section before we’re done.

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