Saying No – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival
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Whether people are “too busy” or have “too much stuff,” professional organizers and productivity consultants understand that many of life’s aggravations could be lessened by saying No.
Saying Yes too often – to themselves while shopping, to those who offer them things they really don’t need, or to others when they overcommit their time – can lead to clutter, overspending, stress, and many other challenges.
For this edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, I invited my readers to share what they’ve written on the subject of Saying No.
As you read their contributions, which are listed below, please connect with them on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your own network. Please use the hashtags #POBC and #sayingno in your social media posts.
|Every YES is a NO to Something Else
|No is an OK Answer
|Decluttering is Only Half the Battle
|Saying "No" Without Guilt
|5 Steps to Say "No" More Effectively
|Why Saying ‘No’ is Important for Your Schedule
|Just Say "NO".
|5 Biggest Time Challenges
|The value of saying no
|How to say No When There’s So Much Cool Stuff to Buy
|Do You Say Yes When You Would Rather Say No?
|“Just” Saying No is Hard, But You Need to Learn How
Our next Professional Organizers Blog Carnival topic is Getting Organized for Back to School, sponsored by Leslie Josel, creator of the Order Out of Chaos Academic Planner. You may submit your post any time up to midnight Eastern time on Tuesday, August 15, 2018. See you there!
Please let me know if you’d like to suggest a topic or sponsor for a future edition.