Help for the chronically disorganized (like me)

It never fails. After Christmas, I have this feeling of being overwhelmed by “stuff,” followed by the need to clean and organize everything. Maybe it’s the excess we experience over the holidays; maybe it’s the start of the new year. Whatever the reason, come Jan. 1 I am ready to!

Maybe you feel this way, too. In fact, maybe this feeling plagues you all year round.

How do you know if disorganization is negatively affecting your life? If you answer “Yes” to any of the following questions, you need an organizing “life raft” thrown your way. (Good news! I’ve got one.) 😉

  1. Do you often feel like your finances, schedule and even your thoughts are out of control?
  2. Does the clutter and chaos in your home give you stress and anxiety when what you really seek is joy, peace and rest?
  3. Do you feel like your family’s health and well-being are suffering due to a lack of organization?

I can totally relate. For many years, I tried without success to keep myself organized. I’d do well for awhile then “fall off the wagon.” Things would pile up and my schedule, home and life would spiral out of control again.

I had trouble keeping track of stuff, trouble getting projects done on time, and trouble keeping anything neat for very long. I’d vow to do better next time. I’d embark on one epic cleaning and organizing binge after another, and the cycle of struggling would continue.

It wasn’t until I was injured by the clutter in my own home – yes, I was physically injured by my own mess – that I was ready to do whatever it took to get organized for real.

I started to get serious about finding organizing solutions that really worked for chronically messy and busy moms like me.

I discovered that if I regularly practiced a few basic strategies in five key areas of organization, everything else in my life seemed to fall into relatively good order. I began to experience lasting joy and peace, and I even started noticing that my home seemed more comfortable and my family was happier, too.

I shared my tips with friends and family members and they encouraged me to write a book about them. So in an effort to help others like me keep their crazy busy lives organized, I wrote the electronic book, “Organized for Real: How to Conquer Life’s Top 5 Chaos Hotspots.”


This super-affordable e-book is jam-packed with 76 pages of helpful (and practical) information about how to organize your mind, your schedule, your food, your finances and your home. And it is available for purchase today! I am so excited about this e-book because I truly believe it will be life-changing for many of you. The principles in this book have rocked my world!

To find out more details about the book, check out the brief video below:

To get your copy of my e-book, “Organized for Real: How to Conquer Life’s Top 5 Chaos Hotspots” and start creating the margin and beauty in your life that you crave, click the button below.



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5 Responses

  1. Katherine says:

    I just wanted to thank you for writing the book! It is full of actions I can use right now and I am really excited to get going today! I feel really hopeful about 2015. Thanks so much for sharing all of your tips.

    • Susan says:

      You are so welcome, Katherine. I hope it is helpful to you. I’m sure 2015 will be your best year ever! You’re on the right track. 🙂

  2. Stacy says:

    I purchased the book and look forward to decluttering my life. I’ve dedicated January to clearing things out, but I know it will take more than a month. Thanks for inspiring me to get started; the chaos has gone on long enough.

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