How to Get Organized?
If "How to get organized?" is the question you ask yourself
when you try to maintain an organized home and an organized life, you might be able to use some books with great information about
how to declutter your home and your mind.
The expert personal organization ideas and tips to
organize your home in these books can help you achieve a more organized life.
You can browse the OMS Organized Life Bookstore for hardcover books that
can be delivered to your door or try the e-books on the OMS bookshelf for organizing tools information. Be sure to read my reviews of the e-books here.
There is no question that the process of getting organized may be unique to every individual because your
circumstances are your own and the context of your life makes your situation unique.
There are lots of influences that come into play when organizing your life. Things like your age (see Baby Boomer Generation), your personality traits, and your personal attitude, values, and beliefs can have a tremendous influence in the decisions you make about how to organize your life.
Getting organized means understanding some of these influences but it also means you must engage in self reflection and analysis
in order to understand how you may be contributing to your own disorganized life. As has been written many times on this
website you can't just get organized by purchasing trendy organizing products.
You have to develop personal organizational skills and truly understand the process.
Read all you can about personal organization before you start purchasing any organizing products and you might just
save yourself from accumulating a lot of organizing bins and baskets you never use!
by Beverly OMalley