September 2019 Organizing Resources & Monthly Recap
Well hello there y’all! It’s almost the end of September already and I’m happy to report that so far we have had no snow yet. Considering it snowed the beginning of September last year, I’d say this is a definite win. Yay!
Now for sure my biggest organizing project in September was switching rooms out for my youngest. I know I shared this before but for those that might have missed it my son moved from a small upstairs bedroom to a much larger downstairs bedroom. However don’t think just because he had a small room he didn’t have a lot of stuff he no longer needed in there. Nope. We were able to purge so much stuff that he’d outgrown and no longer wanted. Look at this purge pile!!
Also I wanted to give you a follow up on those beautiful bins I bought off the shopping channel. I ended up using three of them in my linen closet and am so happy with it. I love how you can access these bins from the front. Makes it so much easier to get what I need. I do believe you can get these on QVC but I don’t think they are available on TSC anymore.
Did you accomplish any big (or small) organizing projects in September? Tell me about it in the comments!
I spent some time this past weekend updating my FREE PRINTABLES page on the blog. Be sure to come over and check it out. There are so many different printables to help you organize your life!
September’s Popular Posts:
Here are a few of my more popular posts in September according to my analytics. Another post from 2014 is getting some traction again. This one is all about how to organize your glove box.
How can I tell it’s September? When my care package post becomes popular again. Many people looking for ideas on sending care packages off to their college kiddos at this time of year. I love sending care packages to my big kids and wrote all about it. You can even grab my free printable to make a sunshine box 🙂
Finally many of you liked my age appropriate chores post with free chore chart printable. These printables are so adorable and so helpful if you have little ones!!
I hope you enjoy going back and taking a look at these posts. Let me know if there is an organizing post I can help you find. I’ve written about many organizing topics here over the past 13 years!
Now it’s time to get into telling you all about the great organizing resources that my really fantastic sponsors offer. Please give them some love by going on over and checking their websites out. You’ll definitely be so glad you did!!
September 2019 Organizing Resources
Profitable Organizer (now Organizer.Club!) is a company created to help you set up your own Professional Organizing business. I get so many inquiries from people wondering how to go about doing this. It’s exciting 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.
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You can also find Organizer.Club 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.
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Here are some of her most recent videos:
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Smead Manufacturing Company
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I hope you enjoyed this September 2019 organizing resources & monthly recap post. Don’t forget to always take a little bit of time each day for organizing! 🙂
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