Mind Clutter – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
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Our sponsor for this month is Helena Alkhas, A Personal Organizer. You may know Helena as a NAPO Instructor or organizing blogger, but did you know that she’s created her own line of Home Management Printables?
Because Helena’s Home Management Binder stores important information as well as allowing us keep track of the small stuff that takes up a lot of room in our heads – things like menu planning and family schedules – it’s a great tool for reducing mind clutter.
On that note, I’m excited to share another great line-up of posts to help you and your clients clear your minds. We’ve got some new participants this month (indicated with an asterisk *) as well as a few bloggers we haven’t seen in a while, so I hope you’ll take some time to get to know them all.
As you gather ideas, be sure to leave comments on the various posts and share your favorites on social media. Please use the hashtag #POBC in your social media posts.
|*Karen Thomas||Organized Routines and Structure Will Allow You to Be More Spontaneous|
|*Maureen DeGarmo||Mind Clutter and Chronic Illness|
|Audrey Cupo||Stress Can Lead To Clutter In Our Head|
|Debbie Pendell||A Clear Head Is of Great Value|
|Ellen Delap||Lists That Really Work|
|Hazel Thornton||Why Worry? Take Action!|
|Kathy McEwan||Reduce Mind Clutter. Gain Clarity|
|Linda Samuels||Unique Way to Manage Mind Clutter|
|Lisa Mallis||The Secret Solution to My Brain Is About to Explode|
|Melanie Sobocinski||Writing and Working Memory|
|Nancy Borg||The Synergy of Thoughts and Things: How and When to Let Go|
|Natalie Gallagher||Four Ways I Minimize Mind Clutter|
|Nealey Stapleton||20 Ways To Clear Your Mind|
|Rashelle Isip||17 Ways to Organize Your Thoughts|
I’d like to thank everyone who contributed to this edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, with an extra special thank-you to Helena for sponsoring. Don’t forget to check out her Home Management Binder – it would make a wonderful gift to help someone start the year with less clutter, both on their kitchen counter and in their brain.
If you weren’t able to take part in this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, I hope you can join us next month, when our topic will be Organizing Footwear, sponsored by Boot Butler. You have from now until 10 AM EST on Monday, January 12 to submit your post.