Organizing Products and Ideas
There are many types of organizing products on the market.* Before you consider acquiring any of these products, please consider that purchasing organizing containers will not make you organized. Our 9 Free Tips and Get Organized This Year! book have more specific suggestions for choosing the right containers.
Is the area under your bathroom sink a mess? Do you dread opening your closet door? Is your kitchen island covered by any piece of paper that enters your home? There are products available to solve these and many other residential clutter challenges. View our most favorite organizing products, some specific home organizing products, including paper organizing ideas, and children-specific organizing containers and visit the links below. Please contact us via kathy at mindingyourmatters.com** if you would like Minding Your Matters® to help you achieve organization with lasting results™ in your home.
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Are there stacks of paper on the floor behind your desk? Do you go to a conference room or coffee shop to work because you need an area to spread out in order to complete a task? Do you arrive late for meetings because you are unable to find the documents you are supposed to hand-out? There are organizing solutions to these and other common workspace disorganization difficulties. View our most favorite organizing products, some unique office organizing products and visit the links below. Please contact us via kathy at mindingyourmatters.com** if you would like Minding Your Matters® to help you achieve organization with lasting results™ in your office.
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