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5 Top Tips

  1. A place for everything and everything in its place. When you have homes for your belongings it’s easy to identify what you have. You don’t wonder if you have something. You are aware of what you own and where you keep it.

  2. Don’t put it down – put it away. If you delay, there’s a likely consequence that items won’t be put where they belong and clutter will develop.

  3. Close the loop. Almost everything we do has a beginning, a middle, and an end. When you close the loop or complete the cycle you do not need to remember to come back and pick up where you left off. We can apply this to laundry, dishes, doing errands, almost everything.

  4. Later is not a time. If you want to do something decide when you want to do it. When you say later, you give yourself permission not to do something.

  5. If you fail to plan, then you are planning to fail. If you drift along without making a plan you are in a reactive mode all the time – making a plan puts you in a good place to succeed.


“Jonda Beattie of Time Space Organization provides creative solutions to organizational challenges with efficiency and humor, all the while staying within budget. The results will free up your time and maximize your space!”


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