As the new year is about to begin, here’s a look back at the most popular posts of 2018 from the On Task Organizing blog, ranked in order of page views:
10. My Favorite Bedroom Closet Organizing Products : A look at some of my go-to products for organizing bedroom closets.
9. How a Professional Organizer Can Help Your Senior Parents : I answered a common question I’ve received from readers, “How do I get my parents to agree to hire a professional organizer?”
8. Organizing Lingerie: This was a fun Valentine’s Day topic! I discuss how you can better organize small pieces of clothing like lingerie.
7. 6 Steps to Organizing Your Legacy: One of the most helpful things you can leave as a legacy is a collection of well organized important documents. In this article, I talk about the steps you can take to organize these papers.
6. 8 Tips to Create and Organize a Home Exercise Area: This was a popular topic in January, since getting more exercise is a common New Year’s Resolution.
5. 8 Steps to Organizing Medications: Keeping track of medications is important for your health. In this article, I break down the steps of organizing medications.
4. 7 Tips for Getting Organized with ADHD: Not only does ADHD make it difficult to concentrate and stay focused, but everyday maintenance and keeping an organized home, office and calendar can be quite a challenge. Many of my clients and readers with ADHD appreciated these tips.
3. A Professional Organizer’s Take on Swedish Death Cleaning: “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter,” by Margareta Magnusson was a best selling book in 2018. My take on this book was one of my most read blog articles this year.
2. CHAOS Eliminated! (Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome): In this blog article, I talk about 7 positive experiences one of my clients has had as the result of getting organized. I think this was so well-received because “Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome” is a common issue.
And the top post on the On Task Organizing blog in 2018 is:
- Downsizing Memorabilia: Memorabilia and keepsakes are some of the most difficult items to sort, organize and cull. Sentiment and indecision make this process feel overwhelming for many people. This is one of the most frequent topics clients ask me about. I’m not surprised that it is the most popular post of the year!
What was your favorite On Task Organizing post this year? What would you like to see in 2019? Let me know in the comments!