Being Organized is a Journey
When I first meet a new client, they frequently talk about “getting organized”. Often, clients are looking for that perfect organized state that will never need any further work..
“What do I need to do to get organized?” they may ask. They look for that perfect tool or piece of furniture or perhaps the perfect filing system for their office. There is one organized way to set up a wardrobe or closet and if they could just figure out what it is, they would never again be disorganized.
My experience demonstrates that in fact, getting organized is a journey. It’s not the perfect closet set up from the magazine or the perfectly labelled jars from a social media platform. Labelled jars and beautiful closets might be a stage of the journey.
Your Clutterfree Journey Changes
There is a natural ebb and flow of things throughout our life . Objects come into our life, they spend some time with us and us with them. Their role in our life is complete at some point. Objects naturally move on to another life with another individual because we no longer need them.
For some that Journey is one that twists and turns with many hills, valley, mountains and bridges. The Journey is harder at some times in our lives than others because of the nature of objects. For example, some mothers have alot of trouble parting with their babies clothes or toys. Some individuals have more difficulty avoiding accumulation than others. Some individuals have more trouble parting with objects. Even those living a minimlaist lifestyle have a Journey with twists and turns. Sometimes the journey take alot of concentration and othertimes, hardly any attention at all.
Thoughts and Actions Can be Clutterfree
It isn’t just the objects that make up clutter. Our thoughts can have clutter. Our activities can have clutter. Ever get to the end of a busy, exhausting day and wonder why your top priority for the day didn’t get done? Hmmm, maybe some clutter got in the way on your To Do List! A Clutterfree Journey can include an action-oriented List. An action-oriented To Do List gets stuff done.
More Information, Tips and Strategies
I invite you to come back and share your Clutterfree Journey. This blog is designed to help you navigate it successfully. You can look forward to information, tips and strategies and some company on your Journey.