Best of 2019 – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
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For the final Blog Carnival of 2019, I asked my readers to submit their best blog post of the year. I left it up to them how to interpret the word “best” but a few of the reasons shared with me for the selections were:
- most traffic
- most feedback
- most fun to write
As you read what my readers consider their best posts of 2019, you’re sure to pick up some valuable tips and perhaps even some inspiration for your own blog!
Please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your own network. Please use the hashtags #POBC and #Bestof2019 in your social media posts.
|An Organizer's Thoughts on Marie Kondo's Tidying Up Netflix Series
|How to Handle Professional Betrayal
|How to Let Go of Perfect With Humor for the Greater Good
|Doable Weekly Challenges to Clear the Clutter this Year
|It’s spring cleaning time!
|Decluttering With My Mom
|Is Your Junk Drawer a Drunk Drawer? 3 Steps to An Organized Junk Drawer
|10 Reasons You Keep Clothes You Don't Wear
|Eco-Friendly Holiday Gifts that won't become Clutter
|7 Organizing packing tips for a move across the country
|I agree and I disagree, Marie
|Do Packing Cubes Work? Yes, they do!
|How to Have More Clarity and Trust Your Intuition
|Disorganization is Costing You More Than You Think
|Mom's Good Silverware
|Do you need a Website Care Plan?
|Good-bye Red Shoes, Good-bye Guilt
Thanks to everyone who shared their Best of 2019! Be sure to come back next week to find out who has attained the rank of Star Blogger, Superstar Blogger, or Megastar Blogger during the past year, and which editions were the most popular.
It’s not too early to start thinking about next year! Please let me know what topics you’d like to read or write about or if you know of a potential sponsor (maybe even yourself!).
In the meantime, go ahead and submit a post to January’s Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Next Steps.