Organizing is about more than just finding a place for everything. It's about finding a level of order that's comfortable for you, discovering places and people that renew your energy, and being organized enough to feel balanced. In The Other Side of Organized, Linda Samuels, CPO-CD® will encourage you to get organized enough to reduce the stress of life's details and make time to embrace your passions. Already, thousands of clients and readers have found help and inspiration in her advice, personal reflections on change and connection, and vision of what can be accomplished when you find that sweet spot between chaos and perfection.
Does the fact that I haven't even finished this book indicate that I am not very organized?! I love the concept of being organized enough - each of us has our own comfort level of what organized enough means to us. With our own set of circumstances and our own lives - this will look different for each one.
As indicated by the photo artwork, the book is divided into categories mirroring the four seasons - Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. Each section is easy to read and encourages and challenges us in looking at our ideals or goals and think about how our choices are feeding or harming those things.
Preview Chapter One of the book here.
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Disclaimer: I received a free copy of The Other Side of Organized for review purposes here. Image above is from the author's website and text as noted is from Amazon.com. Any opinion shared is my own.