The Happy Organized Life Bundle is Back and I’m Giving One Away!

Hey there, I never know in advance what I’m going to post about each week. I like to just let inspiration take over and pray that whatever I post will be helpful to at least one person in some small way. This week it came to my attention that the Happy Organized Life Bundle was being brought back (on sale too!) and I knew right away that it was exactly what I needed to share with you today. We all may be getting twitchy with being cooped up day after day. Motivation may be low without some needed direction which is why bringing this bundle back now makes so much sense. This bundle provides all the motivation and guidance you need to achieve an organized life. I first shared this bundle back in January but if you aren’t sure what it is or all the organizing goodness it contains, well let me tell you all about it.

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Happy Organized Life Bundle

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This fantastic organizing bundle contains 62 eBooks, eCourses, Videos, Printables, and more all about how to declutter, get organized, and maintain your progress. Learn tips, tricks, and systems from 50 experts and professional organizers, and finally get some of your challenging spaces organized!

There are so many organizing topics covered in the Happy Organized Life Bundle. From decluttering tips, combating clutter triggers, goal setting, printables, storage ideas for many areas of your home, menu planning to other organizing hacks, you’ll find there is something for everyone. It is just awesome!

Most of the topics have videos included so you can watch or listen while doing other things. You’ll also be able to catch me on video again even though I hate doing video so much. Gosh why do I find it so awkward? But that’s how much I love you. I’ll do it, even if it’s awkward, just for YOU! Especially when the topic is something I’m super passionate about.

Dorky Laura

Organizing Experts Share Their Secrets for Living a Happy Organized Life

Get Your Bundle Now:

Happy Organized Life Bundle and Giveaway!

The reason bundles are the way to go is because you get so many awesome resources at a reduced price. If you purchased all of the above individually it would cost you almost $2,000 but instead you can grab the entire thing for the bundle price of $49.97, that’s 98% off! Next week the bundle will still be available for purchase but the price goes up to $97 after April 6th.

For many more bundle details and to purchase go RIGHT HERE. Now is a great time to stop living with clutter and chaos and to finally start enjoying all the benefits of living an organized life! Once you sign up, you’ll be able to access the bundle all in one area on Teachable. It’s really easy to maneuver (and nicely organized of course!) and you can take your time watching the videos and learning from each of the participants. Tackle one area at a time (maybe one a week) to avoid overwhelm and to really build on each task as you go.

Bundle Giveaway (now closed):

Happy Organized Life Bundle Giveaway

With this giveaway, one lucky person will get digital access to the entire Happy Organized Life Bundle, sweet! To enter to win, click over to the bundle information page HERE to check out the entire resource list and then leave a comment on this post telling me which SPECIFIC resource interests you the most. Then check off on the Rafflecopter form below that you commented as this is how I will randomly pick a winner.

You’ll also see on the Rafflecopter form that there are some bonus entries too if you are interested. These are not mandatory. Giveaway open to everyone.

Giveaway ends, Sunday, April 5th at 3:00 pm MT. Good luck!  Please keep in mind that sometimes the Rafflecopter form takes a minute to load. If you don’t see it right away, please be patient. Thanks!

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I’m very excited about this Happy Organized Life Bundle and all the value it provides. I hope you like it and find it to be super helpful! Please let me know if you have any questions 🙂


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51 Responses to The Happy Organized Life Bundle is Back and I’m Giving One Away!

  1. 1
    Sarah says

    Tips for combating clutter triggers and printables, think I need to finally jump
    And make the best use of my time working from home.

    • 1.1
      Muriel says

      The Clutter Triggers

  2. 2
    Grindl Hawley says


  3. 3
    Verna says

    Decluttering and maintaining are my picks.

  4. 4
    Emily Y says

    Meal planning!

  5. 5
    Aarushi says

    Maintaining and meal prepping are my go to’s!!! With the current situation, I would love to know how I can maintain a clean home while still going to my job fulltime

  6. 6
    Stacey says

    Time management/priorities is so needed for me! I’m drifting through life and hope this could give guidance.

  7. 7
    Betsy R says

    Kitchen – how to create an organized kitchen would be great! I need a refresh and need help with where to start. Frankly they would all be super useful!

  8. 8
    Veronica Lobb says

    Goals/productivity or is it time management? I have never separated those two. I have a directionally-challenged hyperactive immune system so any assistance in time (energy) management would be great!

  9. 9
    Joan Vanden Elzen says

    How to Organize any Size Bathroom. I have very small bathrooms, and a hobby of collecting hair and makeup products which is another problem in itself!

  10. 10
    Kerry says

    The mini kids course.

  11. 11
    Jamie Bridges says

    The Home Project Planner!

  12. 12
    S says

    I so need this! Organising for Life looks interesting and the Meal Planning resource looks great!

  13. 13
    Elizabeth E says

    The Home Project Planner printable would be the first thing I would peruse.

  14. 14
    Ceri Ridenour says

    I have really enjoyed using these tools in my life everyday.

  15. 15
    Davina Carr says

    “Declutter items you’ve previously struggled to let go of” is something I need more than anything. I am a very big sentimentalist and I can’t seem to get rid of anything that is a memory of someone I love and is no longer here. I am trying to declutter my home and I consider myself close to a hoader, but finding sentimental items prevents me from decluttering a lot of things I know I should probably get rid of.

    • 15.1
      Linda says

      Hello, Davina. I was the same as you. I have no heirs but I had so much I just didn’t have room for. I did, before my husband passed away and we had a huge house, but I moved into a very small apartment and have room for very little. I had to donate many pieces of art, textiles, furniture, pictures, and other things so I had room for what I needed to continue life. I took pictures of everything, wrote a note under each with my memories, and let the items go. It was still painful, and yes, I had a couple regrets, but when I look around and see no room to put those few things back in my life (physically and emotionally), I realize I did the right thing. Good luck, Davina.

  16. 16

    Printables and maintaining the work you do!

  17. 17
    Barb says

    Meal planning!!!

  18. 18
    Jennifer Cohen says

    All the decluttering resources. That’s my biggest downfall!

  19. 19
    Laurie L says

    Maintaining as well as the Mind Set components would be high on my list. Thanks for the chance to win this bundle!

  20. 20
    Ruby says

    I’m really interested in the Home Project Planner. We have so many home improvement plans.

  21. 21
    Linda Neely says

    The resource I think I most need would be how to maintain. When I’m tired or feeling down, I start to let little things slide, & before I know it, I’m dealing with a avalanche.

  22. 22
    Tabitha LIghtfoot says

    Bathroom organization

  23. 23
    Shawna says

    Home Project Planner would be first thing I would love to look at

  24. 24
    Linda Jones says

    Having recently been diagnosed with ADHD (I’m 67 years old!), I now understand why attempts to organize have failed. However, your product covers almost all of the problems I need to solve; for example, procrastination, clutter, general disorganization, prioritizing, setting goals. I’m going crazy, especially during this time of “home sitting.” I now have the time to dig in and accomplish something… getting organized and enjoying my life once again. Your offer for this drawing couldn’t be more timely.Thank you!

  25. 25
    Beth Burnett says

    I am just buried and have no idea of how or where to start. By the way, one major source is my husband. Any ideas on how to get him involved or at least not impede any progress I do make?

  26. 26
    Andrea McCarroll says

    I think How to Keep Your Home Organized interests me the most. But, I need all the help!

  27. 27
    Rita Haverman says

    Decluttering and motivation. Thank you for this giveaway. Stay safe.

  28. 28
    Mia says

    Time Management.. in a time of forced Homeschooling due to COVID 19 and my son’s online forum that crashes daily.. sending my “plan” out the window to tackle daily tasks.

  29. 29
    Anna Kobs says

    I could use them all, but really interested in the Home Project Planner

  30. 30
    Daena Faubion says

    Learning to declutter and be more organized would be fantastic. I would like it all really, I’m a procrastinator big time and get overwhelmed so easily!!! I have 2 kids that are 15 months apart and keeping their stuff organized on top of trying to keep my own stuff organized is a real struggle! I hope I win this!!

  31. 31
    Loy says

    Paper Clutter

  32. 32
    Jenna W says

    The staying organized section and time management!

  33. 33
    Kelly Boettcher says

    Maintaining organization!!

  34. 34
    Karen Rook says

    Priorities, Balances & Time Management would be my go too!

  35. 35
    Jill Larson says

    The home project planner and anything that would help get my family involved. 🙂

  36. 36
    Elizabeth Lisk says

    Time management and keeping clutter away

  37. 37
    Sheri Davis says

    Priorities balance and time management

    I love them all tho.

  38. 38
    Gretchen Williams says

    I like how it is broken down by subject- so you can go to the aea you struggle with the most .

  39. 39
    Susie Wilcox says

    Develop Self Discipline,Home Project Planner,Banish Paper Piles, and Maximizing Storage in the Bedroom. All areas of need right now. Thanks for the give away.

  40. 40
    Anna says

    I find my worst problem is decluttering. I procrastinate, or I get started and then get side tracked.

  41. 41
    Kimberly Runkle says

    I think the whole bundle would be usable for me…specifically decluttering and maintaining if I absolutely have to narrow it down!

  42. 42
    Julie Zandstra says

    “Develop Self Discipline”; because all the knowledge in the world is useless if I don’t implement it.

  43. 43
    Jeanne Pairman says

    For me its about decluttering and keeping it decluttered once its done. I have stuff in my garage that belong to my now adult children and memories belonging to my now deceased parents that needs to be released.

  44. 44
    Amanda L Paige says

    How to plan for a successful week

  45. 45
    Kristin Myers says

    DIY Child’s Memory Box and 5 Steps to Organizing School Keepsakes. My littles already have created so many things.

  46. 46
    Sherry Cotton says

    Greetings: Quite honestly I can use the entire Bundle. I feel so very far “behind”. But, most importantly, I am wanting to move to another state and need to DOWNSIZE majorly. So any tips would be greatly appreciated.

  47. 47
    brenda hall says

    i am most interested in maintaining after decluttering

  48. 48
    Amanda says

    We have a small house with basically nonexistent storage space and we want to make some updates to our home and make it a better place for us and our new baby. The decluttering and home project planner would be a great way to get a plan and ideas to get through this. I love ecourses and planner and following steps by successful people who are knowledgeable in home organization and this is definitely a better bundle to get rather than avoid my plans because I have no clue where to start. Even if I don’t win, I’m definitely going to purchase this bundle and get the results I want and what my family needs.

  49. 49
    Angela Sturmar says

    The Mindset Bundle looks great- in particular “Conquering your Clutter Triggers” – for me it all has to start with the right mindset, so this would be most useful to begin the next (organized) stage of my life. And the Printables would be most helpful too!


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