Tiny Projects Challenge, take two

13 August 2020

Back in May, 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. In only about an hour, split up over the course of five days, I was able to make some very nice, life-improving changes.

Well, there’s still a pandemic going on and I’m still home the great bulk of my time. And there’s still plenty of room for improvement around here. So I thought I’d myself a favor and start another tiny projects challenge. Each day next week my plan is to accomplish and write about one tiny project a day, complete with before and after photos.

Looking around, I see that I have plenty of tiny projects from which to choose. They include (but are not limited to):

  • My office-supply closet
  • My computer desktop
  • My under-desk file cart (that will surely take longer than 15 minutes)
  • The reach-in closet in my office (as distinct from my office-supply closet)
  • My monitor stand
  • My lettering pens
  • Some of my organizing supplies

I encourage you to consider joining me! What tiny projects jump out at you when you look around? 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 on Monday!

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