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  • Meg


home organizer little rock

Hi friends,

Regardless of any opinions on the Tuesday's outcome, there is at least one universal opinion in America this week: We are all mentally spent on rhetoric, division, and fear. Instead of my usual list of 3 products that make life easier, I wanted to share with you 3 things that I do as an organizer that can also help get you through a tough week.

1) Like mama said, clean your room.

When faced with uncertainty, having an uncluttered and efficient environment makes you feel prepared, safe, and in control. Putting things in order also gives your brain an easy activity to focus on while processing more major subconscious feelings of disappointment. It may sounds silly, but I promise you will feel a better.

2) Re-examine and hold on to what you love and release thoughts that are not helping you achieve your goals.

De-cluttering and getting rid of things that no longer serve you is not just for physical spaces. Has recent anger and negative thinking helped you in any way lately? I bet not. Try on a new mentality where you purge those thoughts and replace them with something that can make a positive difference in your life or the lives of others.

3) Reach out to someone you love.

When I organize homes, I'm a big believer that all "things" have a home and should stick with their "families". It helps you to find similar items quickly and move on with your day. Just like our "stuff", we are all stronger together. I encourage you to call a friend or family member that you have been meaning to reconnect with. It's not necessary to discuss your bad week. Instead, celebrate a memory you shared together or your anticipation for something good that you will share in the future.

I know my little organizing business can't solve the world's problems, but if I can help at least one person feel even a tiny bit better, it's worth it.

Peace, love, and labelmakers,


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