52 Weeks of Organising – Linen Cupboard

Tis is an area which can be a life saver if it is under control and a big blockage to getting things done when it is out of control.  Mine had been out of control since well before Christmas so I am pleased to have “tamed the beast” and got it working well again.  The labels are there to make things REALLY OBVIOUS so that if anyone else helps to put things away they will know exactly where to put them!

Laura’s Questions this week:

1.  What did you accomplish this week on your 52 weeks list?

Organising and labelling contents of linen cupboard
2.  Have you had a negative conversation check with yourself lately?

There are days when I am having negative conversations with myself all day but I am steadily working on changing that.  Any accomplishment no matter how small is cause for celebration!
3.  Are you beginning to see new habits developing yet?

I’m TRYING to maintain the areas I have already organised by picking up after myself more and this is beginning to become more regular.  One area I really have to keep on top of is my desk area but it is easier to tidy up now that the initial clean-up has been done.

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2 Comments on “52 Weeks of Organising – Linen Cupboard”

  1. Trish says:

    looking good. we recently found a half-eaten pear at the back of *our* linen cupboard. the kids had been playing cubby houses (6 weeks earlier!!)and forgotten their half-eaten snack. It looked most spectacular though, we first thought it was a mouse as it was covered in grey fur!! and it had kind of ‘spread’ out all over the place…:|

  2. Beet says:

    Looks good. Makes me smile to have an organised linen press 🙂

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