“If procrastination was a career choice, I would be a leader in the field”… Melissa at Libbieshome.blogspot.com
Every time I read this I have to laugh. My twist on this question is—Are you the leader of clutter control in your field?
As you know I am writing another book on organizing. I have been asked several times if it is a sequel to my first book “Go Organize! Conquer Clutter In Three Simple Steps”. The answer is no—it is not a sequel. But it is a fun and very informative book on how to organize everything in your home.
Some clutter control tips I have been writing about to help women become leaders of clutter control in their own homes are:
- Make your bed every morning—the bedroom looks less cluttered and when the bedspread or quilt is beautiful you won’t want to set things on the bed. (At least you’ll think twice about setting something on that expensive spread).
- Teach your children by example, if we expect them to have their rooms organized then we lead by example.
- Everything in your home encourages you to get rid of clutter when you like everything you have, you use what you have and you feel comfortable with everything in your home—from “things” to the decorations.
I just have to say we all procrastinate—at least most of us do. I know I do. There are days I feel like tearing into a project and then there are days I just put it off. Unless procrastination is a way of life and nothing ever gets done I think it is pretty normal—what do you think? Do you ever procrastinate? If so what is it you procrastinate doing?