Organize Your Life
Have thought (said), “I have to get more organized.” Of course you have just like I have said that. It’s usually when I have lost my keys for the 47th time in 3 days. Does anyone else relate. I may even make it to Target during January when all the organizing tubs are on sale. The problem is that any system I try to set up must be kept. It takes work to stay organized. As a mom of a child with learning differences I figured out that my child had few natural abilities in organization so I had to pick up the difference in his life. I also needed some order in my life to stay sane. What was I to do? Here is where I landed on this subject. Hopefully it will give some insights as each one thinks through this subject.
I knew I need organization. I also knew I didn’t need the pressure to keep up systems that didn’t matter. I decided to concentrate on a few areas that organization would lower my overall stress. Over the next few weeks we will look a a number of areas from communication to recipes. Not every area is necessary for every family or mom but a few key areas might make a big difference in the family’s stress level. Join me as we look at organization for the family.