When life moves pretty agitated and against priorities, it’s time to move. That’s why I decided to participate in the challenge of organization proposed by the organized lifeblog. Think of a blog 36 times older than this (Yes, I did the math) and written by a passionate professional. This is the Life Organized, written by Thais Godinho. The style of her blog is a little different than have fun organizing, but it was there that I found inspiration to put the March on the tracks! Best of all is that you can also participate!
It works like this: every month, a room or corner of the house will be chosen to be organized. As we have all month to meet the challenge, no one gets overloaded. The challenge is launched there in Life Organized and have fun organizing will share the before, after and the entire process so that you can make at home! Isn’t it cool?
The Challenge of March
The proposal of March is a solution to organise the routine of home and so we decided to create an organization, which is nothing but focus the family information in one place. Some things that we want to focus there are:
- Calendar and timetables
- Mural of messages
- Cleaning routine
- Menu of the week
- Shopping lists
This is an old idea, as mentioned in the post of the new year, the important thing is that we’re going to put it into practice this month (squeals of joy).
The corner chosen to host our headquarters of organization is this one:
Is a small hall between rooms, hiding the visits but well on half our daily path. As you can see, he currently works as a shelter-of-objects-that-came-to-your-destiny-end. For a short time.
As we don’t want any untapped corner at home, we want to turn it into a practical and useful location – without forgetting that should also be a sight for sore eyes.
If you want to join the challenge, you don’t have to create a command center, can be a book, a binder, a mural or any other solution that will help you organize the routine of the house. The challenge is well explained here in this link, with additional instructions. In the end, you can share your results here on the blog!
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