30-Day Challenge

Welcome to the page where you will find blog articles on Life Management Skills. Are you ready to take on this mission? I have established the 30-Day Challenge to help in getting organized in each area of your life that needs decluttering — physical, mental, emotional.

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Help in Getting Organized… 

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The process of getting organized is a step-by-step approach, not a marathon or a fast-track to a designated finished line. It is a journey, not to be taken lightly, but systematically and one step at a time.

Small Changes = Lasting Changes…

Don’t get caught speeding along, making too many changes at one time. As you attempt to do a marathon decluttering you are not really getting organized, just shuffling items from one spot to another. Those changes will not last and you will quickly peter out and give up on the task altogether — good intentions dissolved. Very little actually gets accomplished when you are rushing from one task to another.

Get Organized Advice…

Set down a plan in writing on how you will make one small change and the benefits you will derive with that change. What are those steps that will continually move you forward? Write them down, then let each change take hold before dashing to do something else. It takes 21 consecutive days to make or break a habit. Give yourself time!

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Aesop’s Fables, “The Hare and Tortoise.” The Hare’s foolish over-confidence wore him out while the Tortoise continued with a slow methodical stride. (Picture of Leopard Tortoise taken in Africa)

One of the secrets of life is to make stepping stones out of stumbling blocks.   —Jack Penn


2019 Challenges:

A New Year…  A New Beginning

Clutter Awareness

Clutter Epidemic

Organizing the Necessities of Life

Quest for Simple Living


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