Organizing Music: Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
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It’s been a long cold winter across most of North America, leaving many of us cooped up indoors. The upside is that it’s provided us with lots of time for activities like reading, watching movies (or binge watching TV shows) and listening to music.
This last activity is the subject of this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival. It’s such a great time to organize your music collection, whether it’s sheet music, CDs, vinyl, digital files, or even musical instruments, that I asked my writers to share their blog posts on the topic of Organizing Music.
As you read the posts listed below, be sure to reach out to the bloggers by connecting with them on social media, leaving a comment, and/or sharing their posts with your own network. Please use the hashtags #POBC #organizingmusic in your social media posts.
|How to Make a Sheet Music Organizer
|Where to Donate Musical Instruments
|Music as a Tool for an Organized and Productive Work Day
Please feel free to share your own tips or links to your own post in the Comments section.
Next month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival will be on Organizing and Social Media, and submissions are now open. Whether you write a post specifically for the Blog Carnival, or submit one you’ve published in the past, we want to read it! You have until 7 PM EST on Tuesday, March 19 to make your submission.