Managing a busy, happy, growing family is a lot of work.
Tips and tricks to get organized may help you get things under control for a time, but lasting change comes when you change the stories you tell yourself.
If you are
- discouraged that your organization attempts never stick,
- frustrated when your work is so quickly undone,
- burnt out on normal life,
- tired at the never-ending parade of menial tasks,
then you are not alone.
There is a way to keep our equilibrium & sanity.
Too often, when we try to get organized, we
- go whole-hog and burn out.
- focus on surface problems and don’t address the root of our trouble.
- think buying new containers and labels will permanently solve our situation.
- spend more time fiddling with a planner than actually doing what needs to be done.
- freak out when our kids undo our work and mess up our plans.
Our problem is that we focus on appearances and circumstances rather than our own attitudes and approaches.
Organization is about mindset & preparation,
not the state of the closets.
Your closets might be a mess, your storage room might be out of control, your car dashboard might be sticky, but you can still be organized even while these things are true.
Being organized isn’t about looking put together. It’s about handling what life throws at you calmly, coolly, and collectedly.
I have been in a homemaking slump the last month or so, feeling overwhelmed and hopelessly behind — listening to your Simplified Organization modules and rereading some posts was just the cheery kick in the pants I need to get up and going again.
– Kristin D.
Working through Simplified Organization has been transformational for me. It really helped me connect the dots and brought such clarification. Working through this course has helped me clarify problem areas and given me workable strategies for overcoming them.
Change the way you think about your responsibilities.
Improve your mood.
Build the systems to help you get more done and gain peace of mind.
Become happier and more fulfilled as a homemaker.
Stress less and accomplish more.
The Simplified Organization eCourse will focus your heart and mind on what matters, helping you become the best home manager you can be.
Simplified Organization guides you through three keys for lasting change:
Attitude: learn how to change your mindset & not be at the mercy of your emotions
Actions: master the 6 actions every organized person needs
Accessories: build the 12 pieces of your own custom, personalized life management system
One of my biggest hurdles has been setting up the best tools so that they will work for me and yours is the only thing I have ever found that provides that step-by-step information that easily fits my lifestyle. While most advice and systems work well for either working full-time or managing the home, I have had trouble merging the two together to fit our family, but yours has done that nearly seamlessly.
This self-paced course will walk you through the entire process, from wrapping your head around your responsibilities to making flexible, adaptable plans to having the right perspective in the midst of the mundane. Broken up into 30 bite-sized pieces, Simplified Organization will inspire and motivate you. Along the way, you’ll be given the practical help you need to establish better habits and get your life and your home in order through prioritized, intentional action steps.
What you get:
- A combination of written, audio, and video content, clearly organized
- Practical but meaty information, broken up into 30 bite-sized portions
- Clear action steps to help you start where you are and get where you want to go
- Lifetime access so you can return to the material again and again
Living an intentional life is about serving others;
we can do that better when we feel refreshed and capable.
Simplified Organization will get you there.
I have tried a lot of different planning programs, and I always get tripped up on long-term planning. Trying to plan my life now in terms of what I imagine things will be like then makes little sense and feels very overwhelming. I am really loving the freedom of focusing on where I am now and what my responsibilities are now, trusting that if I am faithful in this, God will bring new opportunities into my life when the time is right.