The first step in getting Tidy and Organised is committing to doing so. We all have busy lives, but being tidy and organised will save you time. It will free you from the drudgery of decision fatigue, from hunting for lost keys and kit. From spending your time doing the boring stuff. It is an upfront investment of time that will pay off, but the investment must be made to reap the benefits.
The aim of tidying up is not to spend your whole life doing it, but to do it once, do it right and then only have a little maintenance to do. The very first thing that I want you to do is to make a declaration. You can do this to yourself, to your friends and family, to me, or to the group. It can be scary to commit to such a big change, but actually committing does make a massive difference.
“I am going to commit to tidying up my life. I am going to go through my belongings and keep only those things that speak to my heart. If I falter, I know that I can ask Rosie and the rest of the group for help, support and motivation and I know that they will understand and that no question is too unimportant to ask. I commit to seeing this process through.”