Organizing and Mental Health – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Organizing and Mental Health – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Professional organizers witness first hand the impact that disorganization can have on a person’s mental health as well as the ways that mental health issues can affect a person’s ability to get and stay organized. Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, I’ve asked my readers to share their expertise on this topic for this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival.

This special edition of the Blog Carnival has been sponsored by Hazel Thornton, creator of the Clutter Flow Charts. Hazel is a Professional Organizers Blog Carnival Superstar Blogger and has been a guest blogger here on Your Organizing Business several times. She is also one of my clients!

Here’s Hazel’s own contribution to the Blog Carnival:

What are you worried about? Don’t worry; take action! 

As you enjoy Hazel’s post and the others, be sure to leave comments and share your favorites, using the hashtag #POBC in your social media posts.

 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post
Natalie Gallagher10 Reasons to Get Organized This Yearrefinedroomsllc.com
Linda Samuels10 Valuable Kinds of Help to Improve Your Lifetheothersideoforganized.com
Julie UlmerDepression and cluttermindingyourmanor.com
Nancy HaworthHow Getting Organized Can Improve Your Mental Healthontaskorganizing.com
Liana GeorgeHow to Organize Your Mental Clutterbygeorgeorganizing.com
Sara SkillenI Am What I Keepskillsetorganizing.com
Olive WagarLiving Your Last Days with Graceorganizedbyolive.com
Kim TremblayMental Health and Chronic Disorganizationspaceforyou.ca
Melissa GratiasRandom Acts of Kindness…er…Productivity!melissagratias.com
Debbie RosemontStudy Shows Lack of Home Organization = Stressitssimplyplaced.com
Sarah SoboleskiThe Clutter - Depression Connectionclassicallyorganized.com
Sabrina QuairoliWays To Change Your Bad Memories into Good Onessabrinasorganizing.com
Audrey CupoWhat Are You So Afraid Of?4abetterspace.com
 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post

Thank you to everyone who contributed!

Next month’s Blog Carnival is about Letting Go, and will be sponsored by Linda Samuels, author of The Other Side of Organized. You may make your submission any time from now until Tuesday, June 20 at 7:00 PM EDT.

Please let me know if you’d like to suggest a topic or sponsor for a future edition!

    Janet is a Web Designer and Certified Inbound Marketing Specialist who makes woman solopreneurs shine by creating websites that capture their unique essence. With strong roots in the organizing industry, her specialty is helping professional organizers to maximize their online presence through blogging.

    Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+  

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Contact us