Julie, AKA “organizemama”
I’m not formally diagnosed with ADHD or Dyslexia or the like, but what I do know after helping my daughter who has ‘stealth’ dyslexia, the organization has a HUGE role in how we get things done in life.
It is a great tool to help us manage stress, manage our day to day tasks, and for some of us, it gives us a sense of accomplishment.
For years I’ve used my Master’s degree in Organizational Management, and my Lean Six Sigma Process Improvement certifications to help companies succeed. In my personal space, I found myself conflicted for time to keep my home well kept. As they say, ‘the best barbers have the worst haircuts.’ My home needed organizing as well.
Over time I have developed quasi-lean concepts in my home as a way to keep the place decent in case anyone visits. When Gmail came out, I created an account with ‘organizemama’ in it. People would ask me how to spell it and I would remind them it is in the current tense, not past. I have not “organized” you or am not “organizing” you. I am simply “organizemama.”
The purpose of this blog site is to support you, the reader with tips and tricks with organizing. This site will cover organizational topics on an array of things such as your time, your personal spaces, your home, your finances, your work, and even your family. There is a ton of info out there. Hence the blog. Organizing tips, tricks and snippets for you in one place. I hope you find the information helpful as I build it over time.
Here’s to you!