Round-Up Winner

You know what I love to see?  So many of  the participants for last month’s round-up used my PROCESS steps to get their drawers organized.  Yay!  Everyone did such a great job and it was so hard to pick just one winner.  Really I have no idea why I do this to myself :)

Thank you to everyone who joined in the fun and I do hope you found the PROCESS steps to be helpful and easy to use.

So here we go.

The winner of the The Ultimate To-Do List Pack from the Get Organized Wizard

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is:

Crystal from Underneath the Billerbong Tree!

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I picked Crystal this month not only because she followed the PROCESS steps beautifully when organizing her two drawers but also because she gave me such a great quick fix tip for problematic sliding baskets.   She suggests using zip ties to tie them all together to keep them from going all over the place.  Now why didn’t I think of that?  So brilliant!  Be sure to visit Crystal and check out her new drawers :)

Unfortunately I’m going to have to cancel the round-up for the next two months due to my family situation requiring a little more of my time.  Please accept my apologies but don’t you worry because in the new year I hope to offer you more fun organizing challenges of some kind.  If you’ve got any ideas I’d love to hear them.

Thanks all!

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7 Responses to Round-Up Winner

  1. 1
    Rebecca says

    Take all of the time you need! Thank you for inspiring all of us with your organization tips and love of containers. :)

  2. 3
    Randa says

    Hi Laura, I am from Northern BC, about 3.5 hours northwest of Prince George.

  3. 4
    Randa says

    Houston! Wow yay for us Northern BC girls!

  4. 5
    Joyce says

    Congrats Crystal! Great idea to hold the baskets together.

  5. 6
    Crystal says

    Thanks so much everyone!

    Can’t wait to start using those lists!

  6. 7
    kathy says

    Hey Laura. Another way that keeps the baskets from sliding around is using those mesh placemats at the bottom of your drawer. Nothing slides on those. The type you use under carpets.

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