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I started this organizing series last week with this post, where I described what I was going to organize (my piles), why I am going to organize (to reduce stress), and explained a little about the M.O.M. method that I was going to use (from The Power of Moms, a Gathering Place for Deliberate Moms). Are you wondering what you can learn from my experience? Read on, especially if you're a piler like me!


As I said last week, I read through the Mind Organization for Moms (M.O.M.) start up e-book and felt a little overwhelmed, yet excited to get organized. It's really nice that everything is broken down into steps in this system, quite literally step by step instructions are given, along with real-life samples in bonus sections if you buy the package, and it makes everything so simple! I actually dove right in while Hubby was home on school break (I thought I would be able to get my mind organized while he was home - my kiddos had other plans! That's why this organizing is becoming a series!) I did get quite a bit done, but mostly I realized the true reasons I'm yearning to get organized as thoughts and ideas kept popping out at me as I made my way through the steps to the point of building the "Machine", which is the real tool that will help me stay organized!

Click over to my blog to read more!

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