If only organizing was as easy as twitching one's nose or going to sleep and expecting little elves to complete the organizing tasks before the alarm clock chimes. There is even a possibility that pro-organizers even wish this, but, unfortunately, this will never happen. Individuals are then left wondering how they will go about organizing their homes. As they stare at their homes, they stare blankly at the mess or are flooded with the "this-can-go-there-and-that-can-go-here" phenomena. This phenomena then leads to the overwhelming and "where-to-begin" feelings everyone has.
Then, because individuals cannot twitch their noses or expect elves to do the organizing, individuals begin seeking organizing strategies for hard-and-fast guidelines or a list to organizing. Unfortunately, such things are make believe too. There are no such things because pro-organizers know that individuals are unique and so are their organizing needs, abilities, situations, homes and lifestyles. Therefore, like a suit or tuxedo, every organizing plan must be tailored to fit every individual.
So where does this leave those individuals who want to organize their own homes? Why pulling out their hairs of course. No, not really, but unknowing where or how to begin can leave individuals feeling like they are stuck in a rut. This is a perfectly normal feeling when it comes to organizing. An individuals only choice is to craft their own organizing plan to ensure the method they use as a guideline is most fitting. Crafting an organizing plan begins with preparing oneself to organize and preparing oneself to organize.