As the new year is about to begin, here’s a look back at the most popular posts of 2019 from the On Task Organizing blog, ranked in order of page views:
10. How to Get Back to a Normal Routine After the Holidays: Tips for winding down after the holidays and preparing yourself for success in the new year.
9. 7 Reasons to Organize Your Linen Closet: Disorganized linen closets are common, and in this blog, I offered reasons to motivate readers to organize their linen closets.
8. Organized Adulting – Organizing Your Space: In the spring, I published an e-book to help those “adulting” to become and stay more organized when moving into a new place.
7. Repurposing a Coat Closet: A coat closet doesn’t need to hold coats! I talk about the ways you can repurpose a coat closet for a variety of other purposes.
6. 6 Tips on Selling Your Stuff: When you’re looking to sell excess stuff, appraisers, estate sales, online sellers and consignment shops can help you in many ways.
5. How to Handle Emotional Types of Clutter: Emotional types of clutter are objects linked to significant memories, experiences, or people in your life. These are some of the toughest things to declutter.
4. My Favorite Kitchen Organizing Products: Kitchens are one of my favorite rooms to organize. In this blog, I suggest many wonderful organizing products available to help improve organization in kitchens.
3. Organizing Your Music Collection: I discuss ways to organize physical media like vinyl records, audio cassettes and CDs, and also ways to manage digital music collections.
2. Marie Kondo, A Professional Organizer’s View: I wrote this when the Netflix series, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” had recently premiered. It seems many people were interested to read my take on the series.
And the top post on the On Task Organizing blog in 2019 is…
1. What is Household Management?: I was surprised that this was the most popular post, but I am glad it was because it is such an important topic! I wrote this after earning my Specialist Certificate in Household Management through the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals.
What was your favorite On Task Organizing post this year? What would you like to see in 2020? Let me know in the comments!