Starting your day with a tidy room may help to keep your stress down! I returned from a trip recently. Having to jump right back in to regular life I didn’t unpack and clean up with the usual care. I let a few things linger. Jewelry was still in the travel case, my toiletry bagContinue reading “Five Steps to a Daily Room Cleaning Routine”
Whatever summer has on tap for you, it is always good to get organized for the warmer months ahead. Especially if you have school-age children. Organized Priorities offers a few tips to kick off your most organized summer yet.
Celebrating May the Fourth… Was Star Wars the source of my organization knowledge? Let’s face it, with all the movies and shows in the Star Wars Universe there are lots of lessons that can be learned. In this post, I’ll break down how Star Wars may actually hold some great organization messages. There is AlwaysContinue reading “Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars”
April 2022 Each month I try to recommend something that may give you some value. The books may be business-related, self-help, home organization, or just entertainment. For our latest recommendation, I am going back to one I read quite some time ago. It is one that it a must-read if you want to understand theContinue reading “Organized Priorities Monthly Book Recommendation”
What do you do with old or unwanted furniture when it’s no longer serving your needs? This article was originally posted in 2021…so consider it recycled! Unfortunately, the EPA estimates that 80% of furniture and furnishings end up in a landfill (2018 data). In 2018, 9,680 tons of furniture ended up in landfills while onlyContinue reading “Recycling / Upcycling / Selling and Buying Furniture”
Earth Day is coming up this week, so of course I’m thinking of the ways that I can be conscious about the health of our beautiful planet. Over the years I have made an effort to cut down on the amount of plastic and paper products that we use in our household. I know thatContinue reading “3 Ways to Cut Down Your Use of Paper and Plastic”