It’s 2012. You’ve made a resolution to get organized in the new year. That’s great!
But, I’m getting the feeling there’s something bothering you…
What’s wrong? Low on cash after the holidays? Got a pink slip for Christmas?
OK–I get it. You don’t have a lot of money to put into the organizing project (or projects) you’d like to tackle this year.
Not a problem. Organizing doesn’t have to cost you a lot. In fact, getting organized SAVES you money long-term. Getting there doesn’t require a whole wad of cash.
You need time, elbow grease and some free and low-cost products to help you achieve your organizing goals. There’s no need to max out the credit cards when you’re organizing on a budget.
For inexpensive (or FREE) ideas on how to declutter your space or create places of order in your home and life, read my article, Organizing on a Budget. In the article, I talk about products and resources for getting organized on a budget. Here’s an example…
For more ideas and ways to keep costs down while getting organized, take a look at Organizing on a Budget. Even if you use just one of my tips, it will bring you one step closer to your organizing goal and keep your financial status ‘in the black.’