2016: The Best of Your Organizing Business

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2016: The Best of Your Organizing Business

I’ve recently highlighted this year’s guest bloggers and Professional Organizers Blog Carnival participants, who play a huge role in the success of my blog.

Today I’ll complete my year-end review with a round-up of the most popular posts of the year. I’ve broken them down into three categories.

Top 5 Blog Carnivals of 2016

  1. Closet Organizing
  2. Organizing Footwear
  3. Tools of the Organizing Trade
  4. Organizing for Sports
  5. Organizing Outdoor Spaces

Top guest posts from 2016

  1. NAPO 2016 Organizing Expo – Part 1  by Julie Stobbe
  2. Why I’m lovin’ Bloglovin’ by Seana Turner
  3. Overcoming Photo Organizing Anxiety by Jodi Holzband
  4. How to Create a Profitable Productized Service by Lisa Michaels

My Top Posts from 2016

  1. Learn About Organizing for Personality Types
  2. Search Engine Optimization Basics
  3. Product Review: Action Day Planner
  4. Why Buffer is my favorite social media scheduling tool
  5. 6 Simple ways to keep blogging from being a burden

Please answer in the Comments: What was your favorite? One of these, or a different one?

Thanks to all everyone who read my blog in 2016! I hope you found it informative and that you’ll continue reading in the new year.

Happy New Year!

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Janet Barclay

A former professional organizer, I now eliminate stress for my clients by hosting, monitoring, and maintaining their WordPress sites so they don’t have to worry about security, downtime or performance issues. When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

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  1. Linda Samuels Linda Samuels on December 30, 2016 at 9:27 am

    Isn’t it fun to look back on the year’s successes? And what successes you had! I loved the series you did on organizing for personality types. And while we know that there are always exceptions to categorizing “types,” the information and ideas about a variety of organizing strategies was great! It highlighted the fact that organizing is definitely NOT a one size fits all.

    Thank you for consistently bringing us great content. I look forward to seeing more great things to come from you in 2017!

    A happy, healthy, and joy-filled New Year!

    • Avatar Janet Barclay on December 30, 2016 at 11:06 am

      Thank you, Linda! The crazy thing is that I wrote all that personality stuff over 10 years ago – I’m glad I decided to give it new life!

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