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Start Somewhere: You want to get started, but where do you start? Start somewhere, anywhere. Just pick a spot and start.
This is Step #4. Start somewhere.
It's time to make that commitment to begin. I know you can do it. I'm here to help.
Simplifying your life and getting organized can feel like an enormous topic. I know how you feel.
But, you might ask: "Where do I begin?"
"What do I pick?" Good question!
You might want to ask yourself this question: "What area is bothering me the most?"
This is the process to use when you need to know where to begin.
Remember what I said on the Start Here page about the words organizing and organic coming from the same root word? That's because this is a PROCESS something that you will need to do in more than one area.
Later on, you might even find something you organized before can be done differently or that better suits you. That's OK!
Everybody likes a second chance!
Does this mean that you will spend all your time organizing?
If you want to simplify your life, what would be the point of that?
Realize this will take time. How much? The answer is different for everyone, but it's safe to say that the less stuff you have, the less time it will take to get organized.
Right now, the best thing you can do is to start somewhere.
But before you jump over to the project areas for tips, tricks and helpful hints, remember. . .
Before long, you'll have your life back.
By accomplishing your one thing you will have more peace of mind, a feeling of satisfaction as well as positive motivation to continue with the process.
Straighten-Up-Now! Let's go to Step #5.
Go to: Step #1: Start Here
Go to Step #2: Organized Mindset
Go to Step #3: Questions to Ask Yourself
Go to Step #4: Start Somewhere
Go to Step #5: Baby Steps to Declutter
Go to Step #6: Basic Principles of Organizing
Go to Step #7: Other Things to Consider
Go to Step #8: Last Things to Consider
You might also want to check out the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).
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