Tiny Projects Challenge, take three

16 November 2020

Back in May and then again in August, I took on a personal tiny projects challenge, in which I completed five small organizing projects around my house in a week. I did one a day and blogged about it the day I did it. I tried to pick challenges that would take 30 minutes or less and it was amazing what great quality-of-life improvements I was able to make in those small chunks of time.

With the surge in COVID-19 cases, I’m hunkering back in. I will be spending a whole lot of time at home, so I figure now is a good time to take on another challenge. Every other day for the next couple of weeks, my plan is to do a tiny project and blog about it that same day. Of course, I’ll include before and after photos.

I have plenty of things I could work on. They include (but are not limited to):

  • My jewelry box
  • My file cart of business files
  • The medicine cabinet in our master bathroom
  • My organizing supplies
  • My lettering pens
  • My masks and COVID sanitation supplies
  • Creating a hospital go bag
  • My knitting tools
  • A frequently used but rarely organized office-supplies drawer in my laptop stand
  • My office-supply closet

Would you like to join me? Perhaps if you take a look around, some tiny projects will emerge. We can make a big difference in our homes by isolating just one little area and improving it in less an 30 minutes of effort. Watch out for my first tiny project tomorrow!

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Hello! I’m Janine Adams — a certified professional organizer based in St. Louis, and the creator of Peace of Mind Organizing®.

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