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Monday, January 28, 2013

Organizing Resource: Project Organize Your Entire Life

I mentioned a few weeks ago that from time to time I will be sharing great resources to help you get organized.

I recently read a brand new e-book called Project Organize Your Entire Life:  The Quick Start Guide.  I loved it and I think you will too!

What I loved about this book is that it really helps people who are overwhelmed to take small steps to get organized.

Here's a bit of background on Project Organize Your Life:
Project Organize Your ENTIRE Life (POYEL) is a viral movement that started in early 2012.  Since then the series has been read, and pinned, by over half a million people and it’s popularity continues to grow.
The new eBook is the culmination of everything we’ve learned through the series, as well as the answer to the often asked question, “Where Do I Start?”.
It’s a quick 50 page guide that will help anyone interested in simplifying their life easily get started.

Here's what you get in this e-book:
  • Step-by-Step action plans for conquering some of the biggest obstacles to living the simplified life: decluttering, cleaning, organizing, meal planning and more.
  • Customizable strategies for it all. We’re of the belief that one size does NOT fit all. Which is why the quick start guide is full of resources for a variety of lifestyles, schedules, and personalities.
  • A built-in support network.  Yeah, we know, a support system for organizing? Sounds a little over the top – but you’d be surprised how motivating a facebook group of over 4,000 fellow simplifiers can be.
  • No unattainable goals, only real-life expectations.  If there’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that simplifying and organizing is a journey, not a destination.  So we’ve set up our quick start guide accordingly.  By offering lots of different strategies for tackling a problem, we’re arming you with the tools you need to be successful when life changes on you.
  • Bonus Material: We’re also teamed up with our favorite meal planning service to offer everyone who buys the eBook an exclusive 20% discount code – it’ll make dinner prep a snap!
I love that this e-book allows you to organize in a way that works for you.  That increases the chances of you staying organized because you're not just trying to copy what worked for someone else.

I've been part of the POYEL Facebook group for awhile and it's great.  So many great ideas and TONS of support and encouragement.

So, if you're looking for a resource to help you get started on your journey from overwhelmed to organized, or, if you need to change your current organizational systems in any areas of your life (since life is always changing and our organizing needs to change too!), then I encourage you to buy this e-book.  {Just click either of the pictures or any of the links to get to the page to buy it.}

*This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small fee when you purchase this book through the links in this post.  Thanks for helping support this blog so I can continue to bring you organizing tips and ideas.

What area of your life to you need to organize most?

Happy organizing!

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  1. There's a 404 error on the link to purchase the ebook. Looks a great book.

    1. Thank you so much for letting me know Sandie! It's fixed now. Lesson learned... always double check links :)

  2. Organization is one of my goals this year :)

    Just stopping by to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Award! You can find the link to my post HERE. Have a great week, Hilda!

    1. Thanks Jamie! It makes me feel so good to know that fellow bloggers appreciate my organizing tips. In light of the fact that I've received this award in the past, I won't post on it again this time. Thanks again though and good luck with your organizing goal! Let me know if I can help you with anything in particular.

  3. $6.99 is doable and I love that its also available on Kindle. Saves me from cluttering my house with another paperbook,lol. I may have to check this out.

    1. Yes Holly, I thought the price was quite reasonable too. And as someone who is working (slowly but surely!) on purging books from our home, I appreciate the fact that it's available in electronic formats too. Thanks for pointing those things out and let me know what you think of the book!


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