Disorganization and Stress – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Since this is Stress Awareness Month, I thought I’d tap into my great network of professional organizers and ask them to share what they know about the connection between stress and disorganization. With so many being away at the NAPO Conference last week, I was a bit concerned that I might not get many submissions to this month’s Blog Carnival, but I’m thrilled with the responses, and hope you will be too.

woman who is disorganized and stressed out

We have two new participants this month, so please join me in welcoming them:

Sue WestWorking on the Business Means Putting Myself First

Michelle O’Sullivan – Stress and Disorganization (no longer online)

Here are the rest of this month’s posts:

Pauline WilesSniff Out Your Stress Sources

Elaine ShannonWhy do you want to get organized?

Michelle PanzlaffSimplify for less stress

Paul H. BurtonWhere Stress and Disorganization Collide

Janine AdamsStandards of clutter

Linda SamuelsFamily, Friends, Nature & Clutter

Ellen DelapDistress and Disorganization

Ramona CreelGetting Organized To Reduce Stress

Janet BakerPaper Tiger Filing System in the Office Can Prevent Melt Downs and Disasters

Audrey Cupo – Improve Your Memory

Heather Burke – The Craziness is in the Details (no longer online)

Master CruzOpportunities are LIMITLESS When Organized

There’s a wealth of wisdom here, so be sure to set aside some time to read all the posts, leave some comments, and get to know the bloggers! You’re sure to pick up some great advice, either for yourself or for your clients.

We are now accepting submissions for next month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, when our topic will be Moving. The deadline is Monday, May 9.

A former professional organizer, I’m now a web designer and DIY marketing facilitator. 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.

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  1. One of the highlights of my month is reading all the different approaches to a similar topic and all the great ideas! Of course, I have the advantage of being able to read them as they come in… 🙂

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