Well, Hello!

Do you feel overwhelmed with the state of your home?

Does it take an hour just to find that one dress you want to wear because it’s buried in your closet?

Are you stressed at the thought of someone dropping by your house?

If that’s you, and your sick of it, then it’s time to take action and get organized. I’m here to help YOU get Simply Squared Away.

Top 3 Tips to Start Organizing

1. COMMIT – to just one thing. 
2. PLAN – Make an appointment on your calendar.
3. SET UP ACCOUNTABILITY – Set a date and time for your accountability partner to come see what you have done. (According to the American Society of Training and Development your chance of completing a goal is 95 percent if you do this.)

I am here to help you simplify and organize your life.

Related Content: Have Fun Reaching Your Goals

Who Am I?

Find out more about me here.

How I can help

Professional Organizing:

If you are in the Kansas City metro area and would like help from a professional organizer contact me here. Or, if you are out of the city, state or country and want to fly me in to help you organize contact me immediately, especially if you live near a beach! If you don’t want to spend the money flying me in I can also help you get organized virtually, coaching you via FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, or phone calls. Please use this contact form or call or email me.

Organizing Products:

Follow Tracy to…Paper Bliss (Having paper problems? This step-by-step course will help you reduce, file, create systems, and organize the paper in your life. Use coupon code BLISS to receive 50% off.)

Paper Action File (new format coming soon)

21-Day Organizing Challenges (links coming soon)

Simply Squared Away Blog

Favorite Organizing Products {of all time!} I use these products in my home and when organizing my clients’ homes.

Helpful Blog Posts:

10 Things I do to keep paper organized – If I don’t I’ll be overwhelmed and have piles and piles of paper everywhere.

My Interview on FOX4 – I share some simple organizing tips.

The Ultimate Closet Organizing Makeover – A working woman needed help with her out-of-control closet. She wasn’t even using it in the mornings. The clothes she wore were kept in her bathroom hanging off of the door. It made her feel ashamed and embarrased. Can you relate?

6 Simple Steps to Start Organizing – What is stopping you?

More organizing coming your way…

I am focused on four area that I think will help you (and me!) the most:

  1. Personal home projects – I am organizing, simplifying and letting go plus updating and redecorating. Fun!
  2. Routines – I will  try to  create and implement routines in order to organize and simplify my life. Believe me, I am the most non-routine person you’ll ever meet. This is super challenging for me. But, I know it can help me stay on top of things. Hopefully my struggle will help you, too.
  3. My story – I want to share the story of my son’s accident that caused him to become a quadriplegic, how the beautiful community came around us, and how we trusted that the Lord was walking beside us through out this journey and even prepared me for this tragedy. Start reading Part One: God Prepared Me.
  4. Products – I am determined to create simple, step-by-step, affordable products that will help you move forward in your organizing journey.

Final Thoughts

There is hope. Do not be discouraged. The marathon runner did not go outside one day and just run a marathon. They put their shoes on, walked out the door, put one foot in front of another, and ran, and probably walked a lot, of their first workout.

Email me now for help, read the blog for encouragement and organizing info, commit to 10 minutes a day and establish one routine into your day. Start organizing one small space by putting an appointment on your calendar and keeping it.

You CAN do this.  Thanks for stopping by!

xoxo,

Tracy

Simply Squared Away Organizing. 1. Commit to just one thing 2. Plan. Write it on your calendar/block time for it. 3. Use accountability. See Tracy's interview!  Simply Squared Away Organizing. 1. Commit to just one thing 2. Plan. Write it on your calendar/block time for it. 3. Use accountability. See Tracy's interview!