The REAL Pinterest Roundup: Organization!

The best organizational roundup EVER!  Let's get organized this year! #2013 #organize

At the end of each year, I find myself chewing my own ass for not staying better organized. I have good intentions and hopes of tracking all those receipts as they come in, keeping my children’s papers and artwork neat and tidy, and even organizing that under-the-sink disaster. Good intentions, people. The follow-through? Not so great. BUT… it’s a new year, and this just MIGHT be the year that I accomplish all those little tasks that I let slip by years past.

Enter Pinterest.

Receipts.

Don’t throw your receipts and invoices in shoe boxes? WHAT?! Fail on my part!

 

This is a great idea to make receipts look nice until you get around to sorting them! You know, instead of throwing them on your kitchen counters or in a huge messy pile on your desk!

 

I love infographics.

 

Home.

For those annoying spray bottles!

 

8 Daily Habits for Keeping Your House Under Control

Crafts/Office.

An organized mudroom can be the key to not pulling your hair out.

Source: houzz.com via Real Oilfield Wives on Pinterest

Cleaning Tips & Tricks

General.

A little bit, every day.

 

Yes, there may be an actual process.

 

Binders. Gotta love ‘em.

 

Menu planning, done for you. For free. With a grocery list.

 

To be the most organized person ever.

 

Are you organized? How do you stay on top of everything? Share your favorite tips below!

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Melissa is the Founder of ROW and has been an oilfield wife for 14 years. She has been married to a wonderful man forever and is mother to six amazing children (17,14, 10, 10 and 2 and a foster baby!). Melissa knows the struggles that come along with the oilfield life. When Melissa isn't helping her little girl battle her brain tumors (Love for Jazmine Joy), she loves to travel, laugh, tend to her chickens, and dream of sunshine and mountains.
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