Call for Submissions to Professional Organizers Blog Carnival: Organizing Games and Puzzles

  It’s time to get ready for the next Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, and our topic for November will be Organizing Games and Puzzles. If you’re not familiar with the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, it’s a collection of blog posts submitted by my readers on a specific topic. You’re warmly invited to take part in this popular event which has been running monthly…

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ADHD – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

October is international ADHD Awareness Month, full of education about this neurodevelopmental disorder. Whether you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, have ADHD-like symptoms, or have clients with ADHD, you’ll find learning about specialized organizational strategies to be very beneficial. Our sponsor for this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival is Sue West, Productivity & ADHD Coach, and author of “You Are Not…

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Space Planning – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

A key step in just about every organizing project is determining what is going to go where. For that reason, I invited my readers to contribute their blog posts about Space Planning to this month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival. Our sponsor for this edition is an expert in this area! Tracey Shadley of Organize A – Z spent 18 years at California…

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Getting Organized for Back to School – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Since it’s that time of year when summer holidays are winding down and students of all ages are getting ready to go back to school, this edition of the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival is about Getting Organized for Back to School. Our sponsor for this month is Leslie Josel of Order Out of Chaos, who is a Professional Organizers Blog Carnival Star Blogger…

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Saying No – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

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,…

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Getting Organized after a Disaster – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

With a growing number of disasters (both natural and otherwise) occuring yearly, people are taking emergency preparedness more seriously than ever before. Despite that, many are not prepared for potential emergencies, and even those who are, or think they are, can be caught off guard. For this month’s Blog Carnival, I invited my readers to help address those situations by…

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Organizing the Living Room – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

For many, the living room is a hub of activity. For others, it’s a special place to receive guests. Often it serves both purposes, which makes keeping the living room organized not just important, but challenging. This month, I’ve asked professional organizers to share their advice on organizing the living room. I invite you to read their posts to learn…

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A Sneak Peek into the Professional Organizer’s Home – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

Some of the most interesting posts I’ve read are those that give the reader a sneak peek into a professional organizer’s own home, so that’s what this edition of Professional Organizers Blog Carnival is all about! Many of my readers have shared pictures and stories about organizing projects they’ve completed in their own home as well as the strategies they…

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