Organizing products aren’t the answer

Organizing products aren’t the answer

Step 3- Shop


There are lots of sources for organizing products so take your pick:

* Thrift stores
* Amazon and other online retailers
* The Container Store
* Target
* Wal-Mart
* Dollar Stores
* Home improvement stores
* Discount stores like Ross, TJ Maxx, Home Goods & Gordmans
* Garage sales

When I’m organizing a large space, I like to buy a variety of containers with lids, small bins, totes, turntables,

drawer dividers etc. so that I can just pull items and fit them into the space without needing to make repeated

trips to the store. I’m good with receipts though so returns aren’t a problem.



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Don’t lose heart! You might have piles of clutter and maybe you bought some cute organizing products that are now full of clutter too. But now you know what went wrong. Organizing gadgets and containers are not a miracle cure. Follow the steps I’ve outlined.


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It doesn’t cost a lot of cash to get organized. It DOES cost time, effort and commitment!

Now you know the most crucial key to getting organized… get rid of the clutter first, then shop for all those

delightful organizing products that you’ve been coveting. Of course purging is only the beginning step in the

 journey to organized bliss, so stay tuned for more posts on the rest of the steps.


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I welcome your questions about your organizing challenges. I’d love to hear all about your victories too!

Stay tuned for more organizing How To’s and thanks for stopping by!


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