A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place -an Organizing Mantra

“A place for everything and everything in its place” is part of a well used quote that is usually attributed to Benjamin Franklin.

In reality, The Oxford Book of Quotations states this quote is believed to have been coined as early as the 17th century. It’s a quote that speaks to the need for order. When I ask clients what they envision their space looking like after we work together most say; “A place for everything and everything in its place.”

It so succinctly states the desired outcome of organization for my client’s homes and offices.

I speak on this topic frequently. Today I have made the PowerPoint presentation available to you. The presentation is based on the 4 Organizing Principles I teach.

  1. Purge and Sort

  2. Location

  3. Containers and Labeling

  4. Maintenance

Click here for a slide show of the 4 Organizing Principles that will help you get organized.

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