March in Review & Organizing Link Love

Hello friends, happy Wednesday!  I can’t believe it’s already the end of March and we are about to welcome in April!  I’ve been down and out with a migraine the past two days which has been awful.  I still feel it today but it has subsided some so I’m going to try and get my house picked up and put back together a little bit.

Popular organizing posts from this last month, in case you might have missed them, include:

Decluttering Isn’t Something You Only Do Once a Year

We have to keep up or be buried in stuff we no longer need or love or use OR have the room to store.

2015 Purge Piles

How to Keep a Playroom Organized When Your Kids Play with Everything


How My Lazy, Easily Distracted Self Stays Disciplined

Whether your goal is a large one like paying off your mortgage or something smaller like doing a load of laundry every day, it requires self-discipline.  There are just so many distractions in the world fighting for our attention, not to mention our wants and desires ready to derail us at any given moment.  I am definitely not a naturally disciplined person and so, over many many years, I’ve had to figure out what I need to do to make sure I stay on track and not go off on the distraction/procrastination rails.  I’ve had much success with two different techniques.

How My Lazy Easily Distracted Self Stays Disciplined

I’ve got some great stuff coming up here in April that I’m excited about.  Except for the spring cleaning stuff I have to do, I am not excited about that.  I’ve been pretty successful at avoiding it over the last few years but this past year has been a tough one and I’ve got my work cut out for me.  Ugh!  How about you?

At the end of every month I like to give a great big shout out to my amazing sponsors. I hope you take a look at their sites and what they have to offer to help you either get organized yourself or become a professional organizer. So many great resources you don’t want to miss!!

Sponsor Spotlight:

Profitable Organizer Feb 2015

Profitable Organizer is a company created to help you set up your own Professional Organizing business. I get many inquiries from people wondering how to go about doing this so I’m thrilled to be able to refer you to an excellent resource. Professional Organizer, Cynthia and her husband Adam have designed their business and membership site to help walk you through this process step by step. To find out if this is a path that might be right for you, you can take a tour of their extensive training area and watch a video that walks you through what is required and how Profitable Organizer can assist you with setting up your business. Find out more about their membership options, which include videos, forums, sample documents and much much more, here.

You can also find Profitable Organizer on Facebook



Alejandra Costello is a Professional Organizer who shows people how to become organized so they can live a more productive, efficient, and stress-free life.

Feeling stuck with clutter & can’t get started? Alejandra’s video series shows you 3 e-a-s-yyyyy things to do tonight to feel more organized tomorrow morning. How’s that for starting the day off right?! Sign up to watch the free videos here.

For more organizing inspiration, check out Alejandra’s latest video:

Dollar Store Haul (Organization Products)

You can also follow Alejandra on Facebook.


14 Days to an Organized Closet

Get Organized Wizard is a company designed to help you move from procrastination to action. Their programs help busy men and women take action toward a life of greater happiness, productivity and personal organization. Michelle has many products and programs available to help you with getting organized. You can view all of them and how they can help you by visiting her product page.

Starting April 4th and currently on sale for $29.0014 Days To An Organized Closet. A program to help you create your perfect wardrobe – decluttered, streamlined, organized.

Over 14 days, Michelle will help you deal with the practicalities of:

  1. Decluttering your closet of clothes and shoes you don’t wear
  2. Simplifying the way you think about your outfits
  3. Organizing your closet, clothes, and footwear.

But she’ll also help you unlock the mental and emotional chains that keep you holding on to clothes you don’t wear or need.

More info HERE.

Also find Get Organized Wizard on Twitter and Facebook.


Smead Ad March

Smead Manufacturing Company is a well-known leader in high quality, environmentally responsible and innovative products, most of which are made right here in the USA. Founded in 1906 in Hastings, Minnesota, Smead is a certified woman-owned business offering thousands of organizational products for use in the home or office. For more information on Smead’s products, visit For personalized organizing advice, tips and solutions, visit Smead Organomics.

Submit a Smead product review using this link and you could win a $100 Smead shopping spree!!

Also just released is Smead’s new eBook called “Room by Room” organization. It features organization tips and advice for each room in the home from some of the top professional organizers in the world. Download your free copy today HERE. Happy Organizing!

Smead also produces a weekly podcast with organizing tips. Check it out at

You can also find Smead on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube!


If you would like to consider advertising here at I’m an Organizing Junkie and being featured on my monthly sponsor spotlight post, please send an email to organizingjunkie (at) gmail (dot) com and I’d be happy to discuss my rates with you. Please also check out my advertise page for my site statistics. Thanks so much!!

Have a great day and don’t forget to make some time for organizing!


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2 Responses to March in Review & Organizing Link Love

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    Whitney @ Come Home For Comfort says

    I’m sorry you’ve been dealing with a migraine! I know well how debilitating those can be. :( Hope you’re doing better soon!

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      Laura Wittmann says

      Thanks Whitney, today was better, at least the nausea has gone away so I could get up and walk around. I don’t normally get them so it really threw me for a loop.


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