Fall Is a Great Time to Organize

The fall is a time of new beginnings.

The air is crisp, those new notebooks have uncreased covers, and the holidays loom, but not frighteningly so. All things seem possible!

But is it hard to feel fresh in your home environment? Does your space support the kind of life you want to live? Or are you hampered by clutter and relics of the past?

~ Does your home office help you get bills paid on time, and with ease?

~ Does your bedroom closet make dressing a daily pleasure?

~ Do your kitchen cupboards help you create nutritious, economical meals?

All of these areas really matter in day-to-day life, and this is a great time of year to tackle a project.

If you need help getting started on a home organizing project, and live in the DC area, send me a message. My attitude is upbeat, my rates are reasonable, and I have a bench of people who can help, for a few hours or a few days.

What’s the work you’d like to see “in progress”?

About Ruth Everhart

I'm a writer and a minister. I believe that work is never wasted, especially creative work. I wrote a book about a pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine called "Chasing the Divine in the Holy Land." Now I'm working on a spiritual memoir. I love the work!
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2 Responses to Fall Is a Great Time to Organize

  1. Martha Spong says:

    I think your blog looks great!
    As you know, my big project at the moment is organizing the RevGalBlogPals website, in addition to working on the face-to-face events we have planned for coming months and years. But I’m also trying to figure out how to work from home. I’ve always done some work at home, but this is a significant adjustment. Will I be lonely? And will that impact my effectiveness? Is it worth the expense to take my laptop to a coffee shop once a week (or more)? That’s my organizational task, and it mostly needs to take place in my head.

    • Martha, I have worked mainly from home for almost 20 years, so I definitely feel your quandary. Combine ministry with family life, and there is always the need for adjustment to rhythms — which worked before but no longer do. I know you’ll create something productive and rewarding. And I think what you’re doing with RevGals is fabulous!

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