On this first full week of 2020, I am so excited to share with you this year’s doable weekly organizing challenge ebook. I made some modifications to refine it so you can focus on certain challenging areas of the home.
I surveyed my existing participants on Sabrina’s Organizing Facebook page and Weekly Organizing Challenges to Clear Clutter Right Now Facebook Group Page and they pinpointed twelve difficult to declutter rooms in the home that need I focused on this year.
These challenging areas of the home are focused on in this ebook:
Kitchen: 13 weekly challenges – as you can see the kitchen was the most noted area that people struggle with when organizing their home.
Home office: 8 weekly challenges – primarily the paper area of the home office.
Bedroom: 7 weekly challenges – bedrooms include all the bedrooms not just the master bedroom.
Shared Spaces: 6 weekly challenges – Shared spaces I focused on were the living room, family room, dining room, and foyer primarily.
Closets: 3 weekly challenges – The closets were all over the home not just in the bedrooms.
Attic: 3 weekly challenges – People seemed to avoid the attic so it seems to be a place they want to focus on this year.
Books: 2 weekly challenges – I have plenty of readers in my group and they wanted to focus on organizing these items.
Clothing: 2 weekly challenges – Clothing is everything from coats to shoes.
Garage: 2 weekly challenges – The garage needs focusing because these people want to use their space for their cars again.
Basement: 2 weekly challenges – This area is focusing on the dark areas of this space.
Bathroom: 1 weekly challenge – Not many people felt bathroom organizing was important so we only have one challenge this year.
Shed: 1 weekly challenge – Outside areas seemed to be the least important this year.
There you have it! Are these areas where you need to organize too?
I’m so excited because it is my third edition of this ebook. If you want to visit the other editions, I added the links here.
Why I created this book?
I found on my blog that visitors seem to like the opportunity to clear their cluttered life. I started doing these weekly challenges when I started my blog years ago. Now, instead of sharing them on my blog, I thought it would be a good way for visitors to determine what they want to do if they had it tangible, all in one place, and was able to print it out easily.
The purpose of this ebook?
The purpose of this ebook is to help you cut through the clutter a little bit at a time in various areas of your home, office, and life.
What are the benefits of doing this weekly organizing challenge?
The benefits are simple. By visiting these areas of your home, you will remind yourself, what you have, what you want to keep, and what you don’t need any longer. By visiting these areas you ignored for so long with a fresh set of eyes, it will give you the motivation to move forward and let the past and stuff go.
How to use this book?
Many people want to get organized. They try and try but can’t get it together. The trick to staying organized is an ongoing process. Continually working on areas weekly. This book will help you get your home in order. And after you do that, this book will give you guidelines on what to do to maintain the system. These are weekly doable challenges. This means that you must do these actions each week.
And, this year, I added a weekly checkbox grid so you can mark off the weeks you did. At the end of the year, you will be able to see exactly how many weeks you organized all on one page. There’s also a section where you can write notes on areas you may want to focus on that are NOT in this ebook.
Feel free to pick up your FREE copy today by filling out the form below. You will have the opportunity to get all THREE years too!
Well, I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to share it with other people who may want to take part in this challenge. In the ebook, there is a link to join the Facebook group so please click-through and join today! Feel free to leave comments below if you have questions while going through this weekly organizing challenge. I will get back to you as soon as possible. Happy organizing! I hope you have a very productive year!