One Bag Nation
My Quest for Order, Serenity & Peace of Mind
Most of the organizing books and blogs I’ve read are written by people who are naturally organized. I’m not one of those people.
I’ve struggled all my life with clutter, procrastination, indecisiveness, and ineffective time management – and the paralyzing anxiety that accompanies all four. It’s a vicious cycle, and I’m ready for it to end.
If you feel like your brain is as jumbled as the cords under your desk or the inside of your refrigerator, and just thinking about tackling those jobs makes you panic, then you and I are on the same page.
But I believe there’s light at the end of the (uncluttered) tunnel . . .
About One Bag Nation
Things seemed to turn around for me a little bit a couple of months ago, when I decided to stop buying and switching purses and totes all the time. I made a commitment to one bag, it made life easier, and that small success gave me hope – and the inspiration for One Bag Nation.
Ironically, my decision to start a blog was prompted by a friend who is a professional organizer . . . yes, some of my best friends are professional organizers. I offered to write a post about my “bag conversion” for her blog and then decided to start my own.
My posts are not intended as advice, but if something I discover on my journey works for you, I’ll be delighted. I’m a “High Relationship, Low Task” person – no surprise there – so I love getting comments and look forward to reading more as my blog grows.
I’m not sure how I’ll know I’ve reached my destination, but I’m hoping that a commitment to One Bag Nation will inspire me to continue my quest until I get there.
Thanks for visiting!