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30-Day Organizing Challenge with Ink + Volt

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Raise your hand if you’re struggling to stay focused on your goals right now.

If your hand is up, keep reading. If it’s down, please tell me all of your secrets immediately.

I’m guessing we could all use a little boost of positivity and productivity, so I was thrilled when Ink + Volt asked me to partner with them to create a fun (and free) 30-Day Home Organizing Challenge (it’s actually 31 days, but I have a thing for round numbers). You know I’m all about the power of incremental change, so we’ve designed this challenge to be actionable, approachable, and achievable – even if you only have fifteen minutes a day to spare.

This challenge is an opportunity to improve your life and home in just one month. The idea is simple – each day you tackle the mini task listed, check it off, and celebrate your success. I promise if you take just fifteen minutes a day to try these prompts, you will feel better about your yourself and your space. You can download and print the planner RIGHT HERE, and join us for the starting on July 1st, or, do your own thing whenever it works for you.

I’ll be taking you behind the scenes, on Instagram, as I tackle my own small projects. Join me there all month, and share your little organizing victories by tagging me (@shiragill), and using the hashtag #15minwin, so I can celebrate with you.

Let the games begin! Xx

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4 comments on “30-Day Organizing Challenge with Ink + Volt

  1. I’m giving this a try. Some of these things I already do kind of regularly, and I think it will be fun to see which those are and to think about something I can substitute. I JUST today cleaned out my freezer, for example, and my tea and coffee are always tidy, and I only have a few coffee mugs, etc. But I still want to explore this a bit more. My cottage is small and has little storage, which does not mean that I cannot collect “stuff,” but there is a very real limit. Right now I am applying the home organization principles to my large back garden. I’m having it revamped to be easier for me to maintain as I manage my dotage. I am sick of weeding and trimming and it all started to feel like too much of a chore, after all these years. I had an idea what to do about it and found somebody who could understand what I wanted, and the transformation is underway, complete with automatic watering! Wow! I still want certain herbs available for cooking, but I mostly want things to be easier maintenance for me. As old friend plants come out, things feel more and more peaceful here, and I can feel my energy growing. Don’t know why I’m talking about my garden here, but changing the way I deal with it is paying off, and I just felt like throwing that decluttering project into the mix!

    1. So glad you’re giving it a try! Even if you’re in good shape, it’s always nice to look at things with fresh eyes. And congrats on the garden! Xx

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