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EdaLynn

562d

What are some tips for organizing when you have add?

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    • Catia

      562d

      small tasks. small rewards. fresh sips of water and plenty of moments with laughter. maybe even get someone to help you with the task(s)! I hate yard work so I ask my mom to help me so the task goes by quicker and easier

    • Lilithann

      562d

      It's hard for me to organize stuff as well. I normally have my husband to help me with organizing

    • EdaLynn

      562d

      I really like those ideas. My husband thought of getting rid of the kitchen cabinet doors so I can see where everything goes. For I am a butterfly in the organization scale and he is a cricket. I want him to feel comfortable in the mutual space. What do you all think about that?

      • Mad.Hatter

        562d

        @EdaLynn I think that's great. If it's labeled you don't have to worry about things getting mixed up. I love labels.

      • IcedChai

        562d

        @EdaLynn it's good as long as you always put it back in the same spot. I'll get excited but organizing a pantry and after a few weeks it starts looking sloppy and not organized anymore.

    • Mad.Hatter

      562d

      I carry around a note book and whenever I think of something I need to do I write it down so I can go back to focusing on what I'm doing at the moment and don't forget the other thing. As far as physical organization I say clear container so you can see what's where and keep items grouped as they make sense to you, not how they would make sense to other people. Label everything. Keep a basket or box in each room so when cleaning you can put everything that belongs in a different room in it and not make multiple trips and distracting yourself.

    • Dylusional

      562d

      If you have a big task break it down into smaller tasks if you can. That way it isn't too overwhelming and it can get done faster

    • Avi29

      562d

      I've read someone say before "doing chores in cursive" and this is so true, I tend to do several chores at once so I can go back and forth between things and always be occupied 😅

    • Catia

      562d

      small tasks. small rewards. fresh sips of water and plenty of moments with laughter. maybe even get someone to help you with the task(s)! I hate yard work so I ask my mom to help me so the task goes by quicker and easier

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