You might remember that I created themes for my blog this year. January was all about comfort and making your house cozy. If you recall, some of the things I did this month included restyled our living room with an ice blue accent, sharing a recipe for homemade pasta, a few DIYs and styling projects in our home.
February is all about organization.
I believe getting organized means getting your home, life, and priorities in order. So this month I am going to be spending time doing just that.
The first step to getting organized was to evaluate the system I use to track my projects, ideas, and social media. For this year, I have decided to use two systems. I have a google spreadsheet that I use for my Editorial Calendar to track all of my blog posts. And I have a new Heart of the Farm Planner that I use to track all of my sponsored posts and collaborations. I also use it to schedule my Instagram posts.
I like the Heart of the Farm Planner because it has lots of pages for notes and ideas. So that is where I keep all my brainstorming ideas and thoughts. Needless to say, there are a lot of notes on those pages.
I have identified two areas in our home that need some major organization. The first is our third floor. This is a room I have never shared … and I just might keep it that way. It used to be a game room and guest bedroom with a full bath and a craft room. But over the past year, it has become a storage room for all of my “decor stuff”. Basically, it is a disaster. There is stuff piled up everywhere. It’s not organized and needs some serious attention. The second area is my art studio in our Carriage House. (This is different from my craft room.) As much as I love this space, it often becomes the “catch-all” space for anything that doesn’t have a storage place (and too heavy to take up to the third floor. This area needs some serious attention.
Lastly, I am excited to get myself more organized. That means setting a new workout routine and meal/cooking plan. Hopefully, I will be off my crutches soon so I can start with that too.
Do you have any organization projects left to tackle?