November 2018 Monthly Recap & Organizing Resources

Happy Friday! I’m back today to share my November 2018 monthly recap and favorites with you from the past month. And of course I’m excited about all things Christmas as we move into December 1st tomorrow. I’ve already broken out the Spotify playlist that I created of all my favorite Christmas tunes.

Org Junkie's Fabulous Christmas Playlist

If you’d like to enjoy it too, HERE is the direct Spotify link for you. And if you’d just like to have a listen while you read this post go ahead and click play below. Hope that helps get you in the Christmas spirit!

Popular Posts:

Here are my most viewed posts this past month. This first post is back again for another month. It has become very popular on Pinterest.

I Broke My Own Organizing Rule and Here’s What Happened

I broke my own organizing rule and here's what happened at I'm an Organizing Junkie blog

Also from earlier this year a popular post that has recently been rediscovered is the one all about my gray hair transition in my forties. I recently added some updated pictures too!

How and Why I Transitioned to Gray Hair in my Forties

Next is my FREE Printable Christmas Planner for this year. Now is the perfect time to download it for an organized Christmas 🙂

My FREE printable Christmas Planner

Finally my HUGE holiday decor purge post got a lot of attention this month with many of you saying you’d like to do the same. I can’t wait to hear how you did!

My HUGE holiday decor purge at I'm an Organizing Junkie

Now let’s get into what I like to do at the end of every month. I love showcasing my really fantastic sponsors that offer such great organizing resources. Please give them some love by going on over and checking their websites out. You’ll be so glad you did!!

November 2018 organizing recap & resources at I'm an Organizing Junkie blog

November 2018 Monthly Recap


Profitable Organizer (now Organizer.Club!) 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 such an excellent resource. Professional Organizer, Cynthia and her husband Adam have designed their business and training program 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 site and watch a video that walks you through what is required and how Organizer.Club can assist you with setting up your business.

If you don’t want to start an organizing business but just want to get organized yourself, they can help with that too! Just visit this page to read when they’ll be offering their 6-week personal organizing training again.

You can also find Organizer.Club on Facebook.


Alejandra Costello


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.

Here are some of her most recent videos:

Pantry Organization (Quick 15-Minutes!)
Closet Organization (Quick 15-Minutes!)
Spice Organization (Quick 15-Minutes!)

SimpLESSity is Alejandra’s NEW online video-based training program that shows you, step-by-step, HOW to completely declutter your home so you can eliminate distractions & overwhelm and have more time and freedom for what matters most in life – our relationships & experiences.

It includes everything you need to know, do, and understand to make progress and fast decisions on what to keep and what to get rid of so you can simplify your home from the overwhelming clutter that’s holding you back! You can learn more about the new program HERE.

You can also follow Alejandra on Facebook and now on Instagram.


Smead Manufacturing Company

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!!

In addition, be sure to grab 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 don’t miss their awesome YouTube channel!


Do you offer organizing resources to help others? If you would like to be featured on the I’m an Organizing Junkie blog you may want to consider advertising here with me. 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 further information. Thanks so much!!

I hope you enjoyed this November 2018 monthly recap. Don’t forget to always take a little bit of time each day for organizing! 🙂

PS: Curious about the products I use to organize my house? Click on the image below.

  • *Please note that affiliate links may be included in this post to make it easier for you to find what is being referenced. However, I do make a small commission should you purchase product using these links, but this is at no extra cost to you. As always, any and all opinions are genuinely my own – or the author, in the case of posts by my guest contributors. Thank you!*
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2 Responses to November 2018 Monthly Recap & Organizing Resources

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    Raesha says

    I just read your transitioning to grey post and I don’t know I missed that one!! (Avid reader for a very long time, but first time leaving a comment, I think:)) I LOVE your grey – it is stunning!!! I’m 46 and have a lot of strands of white and some grey in my hair but I am blessed with my dad’s dirty blondish hair so my white and grey just look like highlights most of the time – just like you I get asked how I color my hair! My mom even told me one she loved my highlights!


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