Tupperware cabinet (Hold your excitement!)
Computer desk challenge continued - more "after" pictures of the desk
I bought organizers for my desk drawers after posting my desk results, so thought I'd share those pictures now. The kids' drawer still needs some help, but overall I'm pleased with how much more functional my desk area is!
(Is there a reason one needs so many black Sharpies? Seriously.)
What I love about this challenge is that it has changed my focus. Even when I'm not working on part of the challenge, I'm thinking about what needs to be organized when I'm doing tasks around the house. Mostly in the kitchen because that is where I always seem to be. So today while putting away clean dish rags and dish towels, I re-organized 3 of my drawers and even washed them out. The sad part is that I had a drawer full of baby bibs and baby washcloths and my youngest will be 3 in February. (Out of sight, out of mind, right?!) I also had the thought to organize my recipes and I even put them on the counter so I would remember. And then I eventually put them back because I knew I wouldn't be able to get to it right away.
On that note, I am going to twist this challenge to meet my more immediate needs and the purpose of this blog better. There are so many things to organize when it comes to food. Meal planning, grocery lists, recipes, cupboards, pantry, the list goes on. So sometime next week I will post my version of the challenge, with the focus being on the "Whole Foods Kitchen". I will still be doing the old challenge as I can, but the organization with the food and kitchen needs to be a priority for me, and I found myself straying from those priorities as I did other projects. In the meantime, if you want to follow someone who is doing the 21 day challenge as it is written and will be consistent with it, go over to momHow and join Katie as she progresses through the challenge!