This year, we have a new version of the Doable Weekly Challenges ebook to share with you. If you want to try last year’s, here’s the link. If you are back for another year of challenges, welcome! We are so glad to see you again. This post will talk about changes that happened this year in the ebook. Feel free to share this post with friends and family! Let’s make 2019 the year of decluttering for you and your friends and family!
Why should I download this Doable Weekly Challenges ebook today?
There are several reasons why you should download this ebook. First, the ebook guides you through the process of decluttering different areas of your home that you may not have thought of. It also takes the mental work out of determining which area to do next. Remember this ebook is a doing book! While thinking about a process is important, doing it gets it done!
Why should I join Sabrina’s Organizing Weekly Challenges to Clear the Clutter Facebook Group?
We all need to be accountable to get the tasks done. Studies show that sharing your completed tasks make you more likely to complete them.
While these challenges are easy to do most of them can be done in one day, you may push it to the end of the week or beyond. By following this Facebook Group, we will offer tips and resources to help you with the week’s challenge.
On Sundays, we will share the new week’s challenge. So, if you lose the paper, or just don’t have it handy, you can visit the group to get the information. Thus, keeping your decluttering process going with no excuses.
What’s new in the Doable Weekly Challenges ebook this year?
I worked several hours on this ebook and hope it brings you much success when you are clearing the areas of your home. There are several new things offered in this free ebook.
1. This year there are many links to existing posts we wrote on our Sabrina’s Organizing blog to assist you to do your DIY organizing at home.
2. I surveyed several people in our Doable Weekly Challenges Facebook Group and they suggested some topics that they need help with so I incorporated them as well.
3. I added a start date for each week. Creating a deadline is important. People tend to do well with deadlines. Think of the “Start Date” for the next week as the deadline for the previous weekly challenge. This works for people who work well with deadlines to stay on track. Some people feel stressed with deadlines so if you are one of those people, tell yourself that the task will not take a long time. The allotted time for each challenge could take 15 minutes to 4 hours. The reason for the large span of length is that some tasks involve other people in the household. It also involves taking stuff to charitable locations which involves travel time. But, remember, four hours in a week’s span is very small compared to all the available hours you have in one week.
4. I added more kids’ areas, kitchen, home office, and garage organizing weekly challenges to help you with other areas of your home.
Feel free to get the ebook by filling out the form below.
I hope you come along with us and clear the clutter in these areas. Sharing this challenge with other family and friends that wish to take part will help us all make the decluttering process a success. The more people committed to doing this challenge, the more likely we will all complete our goals for this year.
Feel free to revisit some of the goal setting posts we wrote in the past.