Organize It With Easy Organization Challenges

This year we’re going to focus on getting our house in order. This concept applies to the literal and the figurative. Yes, we’re going to organize and find a place for everyone’s things, but we’re also going to work on creating and sticking to a family budget, we’re going to work hard to give back to our community, and we’re going to have fun along the way.

In this new series, Organizational Sunday, we’re going to build on the Sunday chore concept of getting ready for the coming week. A new easy organization challenge will be posted on the site every Sunday, but it won’t be in the regular newsletter. You’ll need to sign up for it below.  At the end of each month, as a reward for sticking through it, I’ll be randomly selecting one email address from the list and sending a gift.

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Every Sunday we’ll post a challenge for that day or week. Some of the challenges will be focused on physically organizing your home and some will be less tangible, focusing on finances, schedules, and technology.

Organize In January

  1. The Coat Closet
  2. The Entryway
  3. The Linen Closet
  4. The Clothes Closet

Organize In February

  1. Laundry Round Up
  2. The Pantry / Cupboards
  3. The Fridge
  4. Leftover Containers
  5. Clear Your Counters

Organize In March

  1. The Junk or Catch-all Drawer
  2. Change Your Clocks
  3. Medicine Cabinet

Organize In April

  1. Financial Planning
  2. System for Paying Bills
  3. Menu Planning
  4. Daily Schedule

Organize In May

  1. Magazines and Books
  2. Checking for Budget Leaks
  3. Bathroom Vanity
  4. Bottles in the Bathroom
  5. Nightstands (with an extra tip for parents!)

Organize In June

  1. Top Of The Dresser
  2. Under The Bed
  3. Outdoor Toys
  4. Inside The Car

Organize In July

Let’s make it a great year together as we organize our houses!



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