Organizing Case Studies – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival

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For this edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, I asked my readers to share their organizing case studies.

Some bloggers described their work with a client or family member while others shared their own organizing stories. If you’ve ever wondered about the organizing process and its outcomes, you’re about to find out!

As you read the posts listed below, please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorites with your own network. Please use the hashtag #POBC in your social media posts.

Thank you to everyone who contributed this month!

Next month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival will be dedicated to Work and Family, and you’re welcome to submit your post any time from now up until 12:00 midnight EDT on Tuesday, October 20.

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Gravatar mystery man

A former professional organizer, I'm now a Website Design and Care Specialist. I love helping others succeed by sharing the knowledge and insight I’ve gained through marketing my own business for over 15 years! When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

Gravatar mystery man

A former professional organizer, I'm now a Website Design and Care Specialist. I love helping others succeed by sharing the knowledge and insight I’ve gained through marketing my own business for over 15 years! When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

2 Comments

  1. Avatar Seana Turner on September 16, 2020 at 12:34 pm

    I will enjoy reading through these. I’d like to do a case study sometime. It is hard for me to get clients to be willing to have the details of their story shared. That said, I could try harder! Thanks to all who shared their stories:)

    • Avatar Janet Barclay on September 17, 2020 at 12:30 pm

      You may just need to reassure them that it will be completely anonymous and that you won’t share any details that might allow others to figure out who you’re talking about. You can also let them read it before you publish it to alleviate any concerns they might have.

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