My wife, Jean, does a good job of organizing our household – more than she gives herself credit for, for sure. I’m pretty organized at work, but at home the garage is my main thing.
Where Jean and I both struggle is the closets. We’re both busy with our everyday responsibilities, so extra items get tossed into the closet to be dealt with later. And when we have free time, who wants to use it cleaning out closets?
Maybe you can relate.
Author Kathi Lipp can. She endured the stress of living a very disorganized life until she finally decided something had to change. But where to start?
Knowing how and where to begin can be as daunting as tackling an entire project. Those piles of laundry or office paper … or even closets … can be overwhelming. Kathi knows women who have refused to allow friends past their front door because they’re ashamed of how disorganized their house looks.
On our radio program today and tomorrow, we want to offer you some easy and practical ideas that anyone can do. We’ll help you get started organizing your home and show you how to free up more of your money and your time.
Kathi Lipp and my wife are both with me in the studio to talk about helpful ideas from Kathi’s book, “The Get Yourself Organized Project: 21 Steps to Less Mess and Stress.”