“Get Organized Today is a wonderful, practical book—pulling together some of the best minds in the industry to help you live a richer, more organized and more meaningful life. Whether you need strategies for restoring order at home or at the office, this beautifully organized (of course!) collection of ideas will be an invaluable resource to you every day.” —Julie Morgenstern, New York Times bestselling author of Organizing From the Inside Out & Time Management From the Inside Out
Now that the books are available to the public, you can learn:
1. How to store jewelry so that you can see all at a glance, without leaving it exposed to dust or taking up drawers of space.
2. What is the zone system and how can you use it to improve the efficiency of your office?
3. Is there an easy system to organize your children’s toys?
(See the answers below)
With chapters on everything from “Building the Perfect Closet” to “Conquering Your Paper Piles,” this book covers it all.
1. Did you know that you can buy hanging jewelry organizers? Many styles are available. One that I like hangs from the closet rod with 80 clear vinyl pockets. You can see everything at a glance. Find it on the web by searching for “hanging jewelry organizer.”
2. To organize with the zone system, you divide your office into the space you can reach easily, the space you can reach by stretching, the space you can reach while standing and less accessible space like high shelves. Put the most used items, like the telephone and notepad, in the closest zone. Put less used items in more distant zones.
3. You can store toys on open shelves in the bedroom or playroom, so that children can easily find what they are looking for. Use colored dishpans storing small things: red for Legos, blue for little cars and so on, so that children can easily comprehend the system for putting things away.
Stay tuned for upcoming book signing events. Please contact me if you would like to schedule a book signing event at your location in the Seattle / Eastside area.
Katie Munoz, Founder of Moving Forward?
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