Friday, September 25, 2009


How many times each week do you get in the car, and half way down the street only to realize that you forgot something you needed? Anyone? Almost every week I have "things" that need to be returned, taken to a friend or to work that day and I find myself walking out the door and FORGETTING!

A number of years ago I started a system of using a "tote" to keep those important things in to help me remember! I call it my "Go Tote" ! This is any type of tote, or bag, or basket that sits by the door that you leave through each day. In it will go, your library books, clothes to take to Goodwill, that dish you borrowed from you BFF, and anything else that needs to be carried away with you. As you settle in the night before and get ready the next morning, all those things you need, can be placed in your "Go Tote" so that you won't FORGET!
When you leave the house, grab your Go Tote!

Once it's emptied, it can be used as a "clean sweep" basket to clean out your car at the end of the day. Bring it inside, and start all over again.

It's as simple as that ! Market totes, cute grocery bags, or baskets can be found at your local Target, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Marshall's!
Very inexpensive, and very helpful.

Here's to your organized day and NOT Forgetting!

Kim B.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Welcome to Organize U Blog!

Welcome to Organize U blog!

TODAY is a great day to begin the rest of your organized life!

You may be thinking... "But I'm not naturally organized, I've never been organized and I hate organizing!" Never is here!

At Organize U, our motto is..." Organizing is a matter of time". And our hope is that you will find encouraging tips, suggestions, and resources through our blog to help you change a "few" things in your routine to recapture the time you have lost in making your home a safe place to land...for everyone!

Getting organized is a process, and today is the best day to begin! Whatever state your home or office may be in right now, there is hope . Clutter is a mountain that needs to be climbed. One small project at a time!
Here's to your organized day!
Kim B.