Monday, January 5, 2009

Progress & Giveaway

I really am on a tangent here.

It consumes my thoughts and conversations and has completely taken over my blog.

The House That Cleans Itself. Good book. Very good book. Gonna give-away a copy for anyone interested ;)

But first, I must force you to look at pictures of my progress. Because my friends...I have earned it. Organizing...it's hard work. HARD.

I'm starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The big fat mess that comes when you start going through stuff has pretty much disappeared...except for the attic storage room, which I don't want to talk about now...I'm pretending it doesn't exist for at least a few weeks. A girl can only take so much, ya know?!?

Pictures. I promised them.

I'm trying to use the principals that I talked about here.

Let's start in my mud room. I LOVE my mud room. Before the book, I had thought that it was fairly organized, yet I was ALWAYS frustrated with the boys coats and shoes left all over the place. After all, there were hooks! After taking a different view of the room, I realized that the hooks were actually too high for the boys to reach, so they didn't bother. Easy fix. We moved the top hooks higher and then placed 3 hooks at little boy level. Each boy has their own hook and boots go underneath their hook.

Next was the kitchen rug. It was a cute red one that looked adorable...only RIGHT after being vacuumed, otherwise it always looked dirty. Drove me nuts. I figured that I needed a rug that cleaned itself, so to speak. So I got this little number.It's woven bamboo and it hides all the junk. Looks clean even when it's not. Perfection.


The next project is painting the kitchen. I love the current shade of green, but I think I'll love a deep bright yellow even more!


Plus, the kitchen is the easiest room in my house to paint. It wins.

On to the bedrooms. Yikes. I have currently hauled 6 garbage bags of stuff to Goodwill. After cleaning out my closet to just the stuff I actually like, I also have two containers to go to consignment (which I've never done before)


Oh yeah, I labeled them. Little trick I like to use: Clear packing tape over the label, helps it stay better. Genius, I know. *cough*


Noah and Eli share a room. It normally looks like this:


Now, it looks like this:I know...miraculous. They actually gasped and jumped up and down when they saw it...mostly because they could actually get in the room now. In the far back corner you'll see the plastic drawers (with labels) that became their entertainment/Lego center. These had been in Jake's room, but he didn't really need them. Now they actually KNOW where stuff should go. I thought they did before...but really, how could they?!? I was expecting too much.

Simplified. That's all. These hooks are behind their bedroom door. It used to be stuffed full of sweatshirts that neither one knew whose was whose (thanks to hand-me-downs) I hung up the ones they didn't like as well and then gave them each 2 hooks.

My closet. Yesterday I mentioned my excessive amount of clothes mixed with my lack of closet space. Something had to give. The clothes I don't really love had to go. And it feels GREAT! I forgot to take before pictures, but here's the after:


The best thing is...I can actually see what I've got now, and it makes it a lot easier to put outfits together.

*PHEW*

Now, if you're like me and you want some PRACTICAL help with organizing...leave me a comment and let me know and you'll be registered in The House That Cleans Itself giveaway (and an email to reach you if you're not a blogger.)  It's only the book. I can't come help you. I've got my own mess.

Oh, and even if you don't want/need the book, you can still totally leave me a comment, just let me know :)

Happy organizing friends...A winner will be randomly generated tomorrow!

97 comments:

  1. How about I pay for your plane ticket and fill you up with LOTS of Starbucks, then will you come and help me organize? :) I would love to be entered into your drawing. Thank you, Sarah! GREAT pics!

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  2. Well, this is the second blog that my post has disappeared into nowhere!

    You have been working hard, girl! You are on a roll! I think you should personally deliver the book to whoever wins. Which would be me, of course!

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  3. You have been working hrd. The book sounds awesome. I could use some practical help myself. :)

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  4. I am loving reading about your house and seeing pictures! What a good feeling huh? Please enter me! I would love to read that book! Although, I am already a neat and clean "freak" so I might not benefit much :0
    On 2nd thought... don't enter me, I want someone else to have the book..... lol!

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  5. It looks greeeeaaaat!!!! WOW. Way to go hard workin' organizer!

    I want the book!! Can you tell I'm excited with all the !!!!!! ?

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  6. I need the help! Congratulations on your progress. I'm pretty sure there's an addictive brain chemical rush when I get organized. Totally makes it worth it. I enjoy the organizing, but I could use some guidance.

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  7. You did some amazing organizing girl! Your hard work has not gone unnoticed or appreciated over here. I've been on a tangent over here too! without the help of the book...I'm doing my best. I need a labeler I think! Since you posted your bathrrom the other day those bright colors have stuck with me...I'm thinking my bathroom could use a make-over and our bedroom is in need of a new bedspread and paint...

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  8. Here's a tip for ya. If you have not had time to really clean your house, run the vac quick over the carpet. I makes your house appear to be clean even if it isn't!

    Also, when you do clean, start at one side of the room and work your way around (either clockwise or counter clockwise). This will keep you on task and if you get called to do something else, you know where you left off!

    Don't need the book but wanted to leave the tips :}

    Be careful with yellow paint - we thought we were getting a really pretty yellow and ended up with Big Bird Yellow - you know - the turn off the lights and it is still bright even though it is midnight outside bright?! Yeah - not the best in a bedroom :}

    Hugs!

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  9. Well, if I'd known you were going to give away one, I wouldn't have gone and bought one! Mine's on the way from Amazon as we speak!! :P

    I just want to tell you that I was so very relieved when I saw your boys' room in the before picture. Because that's how my girls' room looks, and honestly, I am so embarrassed by it that I need to close their door whenever anyone is visiting AND I live in mortal dread of my mother or mother-in-law seeing it! So thank you for instilling hope in me. I can't wait for my book!!

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  10. WOW! I'm super impressed!

    I'm so jealous of your label maker. I had one, but it doesn't work anymore.

    Put me in the drawing for the book!

    The paint in my house is from Farrell Calhoun. It's called Emma. It's more of a butter yellow, but I LOVE it.

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  11. you have done an amazing job. Especially with the boys room. WOW.
    I would love to have the book. Please include me in your give-away.
    THANKS!!!

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  12. As the mommy of two little ones who also works full time out of the home with a possible #3 soon to be on his/her way I would LOVE to win this book.

    Thanks for the chance. I am new to your blog (well commenting anyway). I really love it and you totally make me laugh.

    Thanks for the chance
    *Shay B*
    Tigger2sch(at)aol(dot)com

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  13. Oh, yea, I echo the above comment about the yellow paint. I picked one that I thought was bright and cheery - it ended up glaring and garish. It was awful. The tip I was handed was to pick your yellow, and then cut that shade AT least in half with white. Just warning you!!

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  14. OH, by the way, I do consignment sales twice a year. It's a great way to get a little extra cash.

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  15. Wow!! I want and NEED this book, but I think I need the help more!! Can't you do a giveaway with your time involved?!! Ha ha!

    thanks Sarah!

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  16. Sarah, you are doing an AMAZING job!!! Wow! I would love the book! I need all the help I can get...your pictures are SO MOTIVATING!!! I am off to start working on it all RIGHT NOW!
    Thanks for sharing!!!
    Kim Sheppard
    TheSheppard5@aol.com

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  17. I couls so use this book. I'm in a tiny rental house with 2 closets. That's it. And way to go for getting so much done!

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  18. It's like this, forget the book and just come over to my house and help me!!

    The boys room have me drooling!!!

    I so need the book, thanks for the giveaway!!

    Pick me!!! Pick me!!!!

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  19. I am VERY impressed! I love organizing but am always looking for new ways to see things!
    I bet you are sleeping so much better already!

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  20. Remarkable! I need all the help I can get. Sign me up!

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  21. Thanks for sharing your organization project with all of us. One of my most dreaded before/wonderful after things to do is clean out stuff.

    That is exactly what I have been doing. We are packing up to move. I have been asking myself, "Do I L.O.V.E. this or not?" Then I decide to either pack it to keep, pack it to sell or give to goodwill. This will make the unpacking easier I know.

    Thanks for the offer for the book, but I think someone else could benefit from it more than myself at this point in my journey.

    I love the before/after photos too. I love seeing other people's houses too to get ideas for my next one (maybe someday).

    Oh - and I LOVE the labeling you are doing.

    I really enjoy your blog and you leave me cracking up all the time!

    Tracy

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  22. I would love to read this book! You go - it has got to feel AWESOME what you're doing! By the way, I rejoice with your boys too! Their "new" room is awesome!

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  23. I agree with Chrysanthemama... we've got airline miles saved up. Interested in a trip to NOLA? LOL.

    PLEASE enter me in the contest. It is ridiculous trying to stay organized in 900 square feet. The only bonus to it is that you do buy/keep things you really don't need. :)

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  24. My house could definitely use some organization. I would love this book - actually saw it at the bookstore the other day. Here's hoping....

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  25. i would love this book! my husband and i just bought his grandmother's home, which needs lots of overhaul :) and i would love to start with some organization!

    -Rachelle

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  26. I need all the help I can possibly get with organization.

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  27. Way to go on all your hard work! Everything looks great. We've been doing some organizing here too. I really want it to last!

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  28. I don't just WANT the book, I NEED THE BOOK!

    You've done a GREAT job! :)

    You should really take everyone up on their offers of plane tickets and starbucks... just think of all the "interesting" things you'll find while organizing someone elses mess!

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  29. that is awesome! you would think that with only 2 people in my household, it would be easy to be organized. boy is it not. i did a before-and-after overhaul of one of our "throw it there!" closets a couple months ago and it was awesome. i'd love to read the book and get more helpful tips! thanks!

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  30. Looks great! Sign me up for the giveaway!!!! I could use some organization in my life!!!!!

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  31. GREAT WORK! I have done some of these things but I probably need to re-do the girls bedroom labels. They are not working as is and their room is always a mess! Sounds like a great book! I hope I win!

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  32. I NEED the book. Pretty Please.

    Your space looks great! And I just happened to buy a label maker before Christmas, so I'm ready for my make over.

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  33. dude, you know i am totally organizationally challenged. i am completely green (like your kitchen walls) with envy of your newly organized house, infact, if i did not have a dentist appt on Wed I would haul tush to Tiny Town with some starbucks and watch the master in action. LOVE YA!!!!

    ps, ordering Sephora online today---when are we going to GO THERE????

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  34. Whoa. WOW!! I am sitting here entranced and amazed. What you have done is nearly at a heroic level. :)

    My next room to tackel is our front porch which has become the toy room. It's better than it was a few years ago, but still very unorganized and messy. I'm sure the book could help out wuth that project. :)

    Great job! I am so glad you shared pictures, because it inspires me. :)

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  35. I so need/ would LOVE to have a copy of this book! With 9 kids.....well, 'nuff said??

    Great giveaway!! You rock!!

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  36. Your house looks awesome! What a great way to start the new year.

    I REALLY need this book!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  37. Good job with the organizing! I would love to win a copy of your book! Our tiny house could use some more organization, that's for sure!

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  38. Ok, I'm sold. Your house - especially the boys room - looks amazing. I really do love to organize things, so I think this book is right up my alley.

    Thanks, Sarah!

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  39. Great job! I think kids' rooms are the hardest b/c of all the little pieces, video games and stuff in general. It really does help if a "home" has been established for their things.

    I would love to have the book. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

    If you do more organizing, show us what you've done :)

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  40. You did a fantastic job--thanks for the pictures and motivation. This is the time of year I always get the itch to dig in and clean up, and reorganize the whole house. I've been making little stabs at it each day, in small increments and I'm slowly getting there. I've read lots of books on the subject--but one more can't hurt. Please add me to your drawing. If I win, I'll pass the book on to another after I read it. My only lament is YOU don't come with it! (hee hee)

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  41. Looks like you and starbucks have done a lot of work!!! Looks great!

    I dont just want this book but I need this book!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  42. i'd love to win a copy of this book! we're in the midst of home renovations, and while i know that can cause some mess, i'd really like to attack the spaces that are away from renos but still disasters. and while i feel like maybe i can do some of it, i'm at a loss with most of it!

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  43. You are my organizational HERO!! I have a tiny little "yellow house" and closet space, well, lets just say that on person couldn't fit in our closets if they were empty. I would love a little help.

    Keep up the good work. Oh, and make sure to update us in a few months so we know if the organization is sticking!!

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  44. I would love my house to clean itself!!

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  45. You go girl!
    I need this book cause I need some desperate help for my daughter's room. She's such a pack rat and can hardly keep it clean!

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  46. okay... so i REALLY need your book! i've been on an organizing/cleaning spree for about 3 days now and I am pretty sure I am just creating more of a mess out of my house. or maybe it could be those precious messy girls of mine:)

    love your blog! it's the pick-me-up by keeping-it-real fun part of my day.

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  47. Great job with the pictorial history. I am totally impressed. I need help BADLY. My preacher hubby and I sat down last night to talk taxes. We are so organized... we haven't even paid our tax estimates for ANY of 2008. UGH! I need some organization in my life. (plus about $10000!)

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  48. I really, really, really want the book!

    Nice work Sarah!

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  49. Can I just say that from one total anal retentive goob, this post makes my toes tingle with excitement!! I get all a twitter over the after pics...the before pics would kill me! HA! I have the same rug by my kitchen sink (in green) and it DOES hide the gunk, Yeah! I LIVE by totes, they are EVERYWHERE in my house, couldn't survive my lack of storage room without them. I don't have a label maker, but I do have multi colored sharpies to get me by! And consignment is BRILLANT...how else do you get to be able to stay up to speed on fashion...and able to afford it?!?! Love the post Sarah!

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  50. good grief! 50 comments already! you are a rockstar!!! love you!
    the sound of this book makes me excited to organize and feel so guilty already! I am not sure if I would love it or hate it!! ha ha!
    love that first comment by crysanthamama!

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  51. Please oh please sign me up! I need this! Your home looks great Sarah. I love that organized feeling! :)

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  52. Oh, I love the idea for little boy coat hooks underneath adult coat hooks! Ingenious! I'm so copying that idea. With 3 boys, I could definitely use a little organization....

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  53. wow, you have really been working your tail off...it all looks great.

    i'd love to win the book!

    thanks for doing the giveaway!

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  54. I'm impressed! Congrats on all the hard work. Now, have you tried the salted caramel hot chocolate at Starbucks? it's my new favorite.

    I'd love to be entered...getting ready for baby #3 (meaning 3 ages 3 and under) and I need as much extra help as I can get. We've been purging since the summer but we still find more and more bags full of things to get rid of and new ways of organizing so I'm excited to check it out!

    email shannon_clubbATyahooDOTcom

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  55. Wow.Za! You did some great work there! I could totally use an organizational makeover. Now would be the perfect time, since we're in the process of laying hardwood in the whole upstairs...

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  56. you have been working little self hard... wow! the changes are great!

    put me in for the drawing please! i need to read that book & get inspiried to change/better my house!

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  57. What a great giveaway!
    I'm enjoying your blog as a fellow woman in ministry! God bless you and thanks for sharing your journey!
    Shilo

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  58. Any chapters on husbands who track their muddy boots all through the house, change clothes in every room thus leaving the dirty clothes piled in every room or leave coats and hats all through the house even though the closets are right by the door? If so put me in the drawing!

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  59. WOW! You've been working hard. It looks great! Please count me in, I'd love to win.

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  60. One of my New Year's Goals was to not only get organized, but find a way to stay organized! I really need this book!! Thanks!

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  61. I stumbled across your blog a couple of days ago. I have really enjoyed reading about your life and organizing endeavors. As a new wife, I'm struggling. I actually just blogged about my back room the other day. You can find that post here: http://kringangel.blogspot.com/2009/01/new-years-resolution-1.html

    I would love to be entered to win a chance at the book. Thanks!

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  62. Oh Jesus I am begging You to PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE let me win!!! Oh please please please please PLEASE!!!!! Oh and awesome before and after pics Sarah. GO YOU!!!!

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  63. seeing the relief of organization in your life is making me really excited to do it myself! i'm like you in the sense that...organization makes me SOOO giddy! but it's hard to get there but this book seems to be the wonder-worker, so regardless of if i win the give-away or not...this book will somehow make it to my house! thanks for inspiring us all!

    Tiffany

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  64. The book would be great! When do we paint, or when does Jake come over so you can paint :-)

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  65. I was just looking at some similar books on Amazon and at CBD.com today. I need some direction, so this would be great! May the "random man" be sweet! :0)

    Jerri
    jdally3@hotmail.com

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  66. Look at you all organized and wanting to share the love with us!
    I've been doing MUCH better with organizing since we've gotten back from Christmas vacation, but that book could help me out even more.

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  67. I could use that book unless it is like exercise videos that don't work if you just watch them. lol
    Meaning I will have to read it and do as it suggest for it to be good for me. But enter me in.
    Lois

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  68. Oh Sarah, it looks fantastic! Good work. So, throw me in the drawing too. Although it would be a little more exciting if it was "The Book That Cleans Your House." I'm just saying...

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  69. Seriously, when can you move in??? JK. I read your blog a lot, but this is my first time ever posting. I just adore your organizing ideas and MUST steal them. I too am grappling with Legos at my house :)

    My big organizing question- what in the world am I supposed to do with MAIL??? My kitchen counter top is always a mess and I need a clever way to conceal it (at yet allow it to be near)...any ideas?

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  70. Okay I want it! Help me get more organized!

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  71. I could totally use that book. And I love your idea about having a "clean" looking kitchen rug.

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  72. The book looks awesome. If it can help me organize my house, it's worth almost any amount of work it takes to get there. I am so frustrated!

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  73. When did you sneak into my house and take pictues? I totally recognize the before picture of the kids room! Living that dream (nightmare).

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  74. Your house looks great! I NEED this book and I need hooks down low for my kids and a label maker and....I better breath. That's a lot of NEED.

    Good for you! You've done a great job organizing your house.
    -FringeGirl

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  75. Wow, you are really brave to post the "before" picture of your boys' room. I just went through a cleansing process like this, and considered posting "before" pictures, and chickened out, thinking that my mother would hunt me down and make me sit in the corner.

    (My boys' room was much worse!)

    Great job on the organizing, and thanks for the giveaway :) Lori

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  76. Congratulations on all your hard work! I've been trying to do the same thing. This book has been on my wishlist for quite a while so I'd love to win it. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  77. This post is so inspiring with now NORMAL it is! I'd love to have a shot at the book to see if it can help me. I'm a new reader, but I'm already hooked!

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  78. Count me in! I wish Houses could REALLY clean themselves!

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  79. If I don't win, I'm buying the book. Read my blog today to see how serious I am about needing this! Just found you off Student of Life's blog. Looking forward to enjoying more of your posts. ~Mindy

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  80. Awesome progress!! :D

    Oh, I would absolutely LOOOOOVE a copy of this. My husband had to take my car to work today (his - in the shop, of course, 3 months before it's paid off...sigh) and I was forced to face my clutter. No car to get away from it. LOL!

    here's my email: kiwi6543@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  81. Love all your hardwork! Thanks for doing some blog candy. . .

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  82. Guess what I got for Christmas...a label maker...It is one of the best things I've ever gotten. It's the simple things. :-) I am going label crazy...it goes right along w/these ideas. I have only tackled my pantry so far...but I am determined to keep moving forward. Way to go!!!

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  83. Way to go, Sarah!! Everything looks fabulous! I'm especially impressed with the boys' room, because I've got the same thing here, it's insane. My biggest problem is I can't get the boys to let go of all their junk. I try to get rid of stuff while they are at school, but they NOTICE. Ugh. I have to just be the mom and get it done. DECLUTTER. Yuck.
    I loved your pictures :)

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  84. Ooh! I hope I win! I really need to read this book...whether I win or not!

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  85. Sarah, you are making GREAT progress on organizing your house. You should be proud of yourself! :)

    One trick I use with storage bins that go in the garage or some other place to actually be "stored" is that instead of labeling them with what's inside, I label them with a number. Then I keep a list of my own inside with exactly what is inside each numbered bin. This works really well if stuff in the bins is being stored long-term or might change in the future.

    Oh, and I label EVERYTHING in my classroom. I guess I never thought to apply this to my home! However, I will say this... having some 70+ students rotating in and out of my room each day... Labels do not mean kids will automatically put them back in the labeled container. Bad habits are hard to break So, make sure you specifically teach your kids to put items back where they belong... and still allot time for re-sorting if they begin to just stuff in any container instead of the specific container the items belong in. :)

    I know your boys will do great. I wish I had mom's at home teaching my students how to be organized before they came to school!!!

    And I'd love a chance to win the book. I haven't seemed to be able to apply this concept to my own home! :)

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  86. I sooooooo need this book. I am in the middle of organizing. And I could use some help. If I don't win, I will probably buy it. But please let me be the random number.

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  87. Holy Cow!!! People are all about getting a free book... 85 comments so far mine being 86!!!!!!!! As far as your house goes... WOW! Even if I don't win the book, I'm definitely going to get it. OR... maybe my bff could lend me her copy. wink, wink ;)

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  88. hey popular woman! (and no, this is not a ploy to get entered twice...but you can if you want to :)
    no, what i wanted to tell you is that i was totally inspired by your post and gutted I MEAN GUTTED Jackson's room!!! It looks SOOOOOO much better!!! (3 garbage bags of trash and junk ---seems little man likes to hoard his school papers--and 4 garbage bags to t&t boutique) I was in there from 4:45 when i got home till 9:00!!! but it looks totally great!! Now, on to Lauren's tomorrow, then who knows...i might even work on mine and Ben's :) NEXXXXXT!!!!! love ya!! let me know when it is kitchen paiting and schedule it for a Wed k?

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  89. hey popular woman! (and no, this is not a ploy to get entered twice...but you can if you want to :)
    no, what i wanted to tell you is that i was totally inspired by your post and gutted I MEAN GUTTED Jackson's room!!! It looks SOOOOOO much better!!! (3 garbage bags of trash and junk ---seems little man likes to hoard his school papers--oh and juice boxes---and 4 garbage bags to t&t boutique) I was in there from 4:45 when i got home till 9:00!!! but it looks totally great!! Now, on to Lauren's tomorrow, then who knows...i might even work on mine and Ben's :) NEXXXXXT!!!!! love ya!! let me know when it is kitchen paiting and schedule it for a Wed k?

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  90. You're doing some good work there! I've been on a small, comparatively speaking, cleaning and organizing streak here as well. I would love to read that book!

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  91. Sarah, you are doing a terrific job with your organizing. My 2 daughters-in-law and my sister registered for the drawing and I would be happy to share with them if I win. I need to teach organization at Family and Community Education next month and I need to learn and apply it first. Help. Arlona

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  92. wow- good work. your house looks great. what i want to know is, does this book clean puke? cuz that's where i'm at these days

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  93. wow, great work! please enter me. it sounds interesting and i have a lot of friends who would be interested too! lol

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  94. Girl, you are on a roll! How much do you charge for your services of coming over and doing my house? :) Sounds like a real practical book!

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  95. You've made so much progress. I am green with envy.

    I would love to be entered into the drawing. The book looks like it helps a bunch.

    Thanks

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  96. Oh, rats, I missed signing up for this book on that other blog, too. I really neeeeeeeeed to get organized!

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