Is “get organized” one of your New Year’s Resolutions? You are not alone. “Get organized” makes almost every top ten list. This is such a widespread phenomenon that January has officially been declared National Get Organized (GO) month! Mayor Bloomberg has even issued a proclamation declaring January GO month in the city of New York!
What do we really mean when we say “I want to get organized?” In essence, we are expressing a deep yearning for more time, more space and more freedom to do the things we really want to do, the things that make us happy and bring meaning to our lives.
Is clutter and disorganization affecting your happiness and quality of life? Answer these 10 questions to find out.
- Are you overwhelmed by clutter?
- Have you spent hundreds of dollars on organizing products and storage supplies that just don’t work for you?
- Do you waste valuable time each day searching for the information and things you need?
- Do you feel like clutter, disorganization or ineffective time management may be holding you back either personally or professionally?
- Is chaotic, ineffective time management causing you stress?
- Are you holding back from living your life more fully because of all that “stuff” that’s in the way?
- Have you delayed pursuing a new job, a new relationship or hobby until you “get organized”?
- Is disorganization affecting your health; Disrupting your sleep or causing you stress, depression or anxiety?
- Do you avoid inviting friends over out of fear or shame?
- Do you yearn for a simpler, more peaceful and organized life?
If you’ve answered “yes” to 2 or more of the questions above, disorganization may be affecting your happiness, productivity and quality of life.
If you truly want to get organized but feel like the task is too large or too daunting to tackle on your own, give me a call. I can help. You can reach me directly at 646-245-1248.
There’s no reason to struggle with this on your own.