I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED AND NEEDED TO BE ORGANIZED
I do much better when my things are in order and I don't have to rummage through multiple cabinets just to find one thing. The amount of stress relieved by being organized has contributed to being successful in so many other aspects of my life. Once I saw the difference it made for me, I was inspired to pass on that info along to everyone that I can.
ORGANIZATION IS IN MY GENES
Growing up, my mom always kept things organized. That was definitely passed down to me. By watching her I learned so much and developed quite the array of organizing techniques over the years.
being organized gives me peace of mind
It makes me happy to get home from work and have the right place for my keys, paperwork, and jacket. Even my dogs have a basket for their toys (they don't put them back though, I do haha).
Timber Lynn Price
I developed a knack for organizing very early on in my life
I was raised in Sonoma County by a single father who put me in charge of maintaining the household. From a very early age my main chores were cleaning the house, doing the laundry and organizing the supplies for our horses, dogs, cats, sheep, pigs, and chickens (oh my!).
ORGANIZATION IS a creative outlet for me
Being an only child living on a dairy in the hills of Petaluma can be pretty boring at times… unless you live in a 650 square foot house. Then it’s an organizer’s dream! Unlike most teenagers, my bedroom was too small for me to be able to rearrange my furniture, so I rearranged the contents of my closet, dresser drawers, and decor items instead.
being organized is what makes me sucCessful
Waking up to a clean and well organized home allows me to start my day off the right way. When my surroundings are in order, it gives my brain room to think, work, be creative, or just relax.