Monday, January 6, 2014

organizing FUNdamentals giveaway!!


I'm so excited to announce that Wendy Smedley and I are teaching a re-run of our popular 2013 class Organizing FUNdamentalsWhether you have a closet or a craft room, Organizing FUNdamentals will help you take control of your stuff and transform your space into an organized haven where you know what you have and can actually use it. In six stash-busting weeks,Wendy and I will walk you through our proven organizing process step-by-step, sharing helpful handouts, printable questionnaires, case studies, video chats, and more.  Registration is currently open (click on the link or graphic above) and class starts January 16th.  I hope to see you there!

To celebrate this exciting news, I'm giving away one free spot in this class to one of you wonderful readers.  If you'd like to be considered for this giveaway leave a comment below sharing what your greatest organizational challenge is.  I'll randomly select a winner that I'll announce on Friday afternoon so be sure to check back to see if you won.  Good luck!


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17 comments:

Brenda Gordon said...

my largest challenges I have too much stuff I need to purge

Fleursbydesign said...

This would be perfect for me - thanks for the chance to win :)

justasiam said...

My biggest organizational challenge is that I want to have everything out in front of me for a project as I need to see what I have. When I do that, though, I end up with a lack of space to actually work on the project!

Kirsten said...

My biggest challenge is the little stuff, I can sort and put away paper and adhesive and letter stickers....but little embellishments drive me nuts.

MMarie said...

I have loved all your classes Aly and would love to glean more from you and Wendy. My greatest organizational challenge is getting rid of my entire purged pile. I tend to take back some of it before I actually give it away.

Emery said...

My biggest challenge is with embelishments. If I put them in a box I forget about them but if I leave them out it's clutter.

dbsdds said...

I have a lot of organizational problems... Could definitely use your class, if I had to pick just one it would have to be my mountain of stamps! Thanks for the chance!

Tiffany said...

I have lots of die cuts and unless I use them with their collection (I don't often Scrap that way) it is hard for me to see all the pieces that might work on my project.

Vikki said...

my biggest challenge is not being able to put up shelves or anything! its all just stacked on the floor.

Anonymous said...

My biggest challenge is my vast collection of stamps and embellishments. Thanks for the chance. Dawn F.

Lisa - LBoregon said...

Thanks for the chance to win a spot in class! I think my biggest problem is patterned papers. I'm sure I have too much! And it takes me forever to find what I want. But I can't figure out how to organize it to solve the problem.

tamid said...

My biggest problem is my inability to part with things I am not using (because I might use it) and storing my unfinished projects in such a way that I don't forget about them and they are easy to pull out and work on when I have the time.

mob said...

My challenges are multiple and I actually own Wendy's first book on this subject but I couldn't get it done. Anyway, my biggest challenge is that I probably save to much of whatever i have left of any item. It sucks up space, I don't remember what I have, where to find it and if it was worth keeping to start. Thanks for the chance to win.
M

Lise said...

My biggest challenge is a lack of space to store everything.

Cindy Borcherding said...

Probably my BIGGEST challenge is when i actually DO have a few minutes to scrapbook I can never do it because I can't find anything!! UGH!!

Pepper said...

My greatest challenge is the space issue. My scrap room is my office and bedroom with 2 other sisters! This class will definitely help me!

Margaret Copus said...

My greatest challenge is finding the item I"m thinking about using. Too much stuff that it so beautiful I hate to use it.