I love to organize, and even still, sometimes huge messes are completely overwhelming to me. Today I’m sharing six simple steps to get a huge mess under control and organized! If you’ve been waiting to organize a room or space in your home, I hope this episode is helpful in brainstorming ways to tackle it.
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Krysten Moore says
The biggest mess I ever tackled was actually part of a volunteer project. I went on an Alternative Spring Break trip my sophomore year of college and helped out around an elementary school and local community. There was one classroom that looked like it had been kind of neglected and there was furniture in there, books everywhere, a few computers. We took one day to take everything out of the room (it was off of the library so there was a place to do that). We then spent the afternoon setting it up like an actual classroom, with a globe on the teacher’s desk and everything. The teachers were so thankful that we were able to take the time to do this; it gave them more teaching space and additional “new” resources.
The mess that I currently need to tackle is my childhood bedroom. I love organizing too, so it won’t be a chore, just need to take some time to go out there to organize and label the bins, put together everything that needs to be donated, etc. Hoping to uncover some childhood photos to use on the tables at my wedding reception while I’m there, since none of them have made their way to my small apartment.
Thanks for this podcast episode! 🙂