Creating systems that cater to the organizing styles of your clients is a huge part of your role as a professional organizer
But when you need to develop a system that will work for a couple, a family, or a business team, that’s when things get really interesting!
For this month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, I invited my readers to share their blog posts about Organizing Shared Spaces. You’re sure to find something here to help with that next tricky situation – maybe even in your own home or workplace.
As you read the various posts, take a moment to leave some comments and to share your favorites with your network. Please use the hashtag #POBC when you talk about the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival on social media.
Sharing A Bedroom When Opposites Attract
How to Share the Bathroom and Keep Peace in the Home! 6 Strategies to stay sane.
Make Your Personal Organizing Style Work
10 Ways to Trick your Family into Being Organized
How to Organize The Messy People in Your Life
Guide to merging two homes into one
5 Questions That Reveal Your Roommate's Organizing Style
Organizing in Difficult Relationships
7 Tips for Sharing a Closet
How to have a Five-Star Supply Room
How to Deal with an Unorganized Partner
Things to Label in a Well Organized Home
Declutter Your Home: 10 Strategies for Winning Your Family's Support in the War on Clutter
Thank you to everyone who participated!
I’m now accepting submissions for next month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Organizing Myths. You have until 12 midnight EST on Tuesday, March 16 to make your submission.
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