#OrganizingDone Spotlight

April 22, 2020

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I’m a busy mom, entrepreneur, and an expert in organizing your home, office, and life. I believe in the profound impact of organizing on every aspect of life. 
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Just about 5 weeks ago we officially launched our hashtag #organizingdone (more here). I wanted to use the hashtag as a way for us all to connect and celebrate organizing wins with each other. And boy have I been thrilled with the response! What an amazing community we have and nothing makes me happier than seeing your organizing projects, before and afters and successes.

I have been thrilled to see all of the projects you have tackled over the last 5 weeks. From smaller projects like tidying up under the sink to full on pantry and closet organization – you all have been busy. Today we are featuring some of the #organizingdone wins you have shared to spread a little inspiration and encouragement for all of you tackling organization projects right now.

Organizing Wins

First up, the incomparable @shannonclaire has been hard at work organizing both her home and work spaces. On her home front, take a peek at her jewelry organization (I mean how beautiful are these trays she used?). Moving in to Shannon’s workspace she organized all of her linen swatches and samples so beautifully so she will never be searching for the right piece ever again.



Under Shannon’s bathroom sink she used these drawers, this bin, and this turntable to organize her everyday essentials. Yay! Shannon – we are so impressed by all of your projects!



Next, we have this amazing storage closet before, during and after from the oh so talented @kianweatherspoon. How good is her use of the white Nordic storage baskets and bin clips to keep everything out of site but organized?



These next two projects show how little changes can make all the difference! Swapping out bulkier wooden hangers for sleek velvet hangers with clips created more space for these pants. And a bit of folding and wise product usage (like the white Nordic storage baskets and acrylic bins) transformed this linen closet.





This under the kitchen sink organization was super quick but so impactful. These plastic bins along with removing some excess packaging streamlines the space and allows the homeowner to pull out just what they need at that moment.



Finally, we are all appreciating a clean and tidy desk more than ever these days with working from home and homeschooling. This #organizingdone win didn’t take any product purchases, just a bit of time and decluttering to create a productive workspace.



How amazing are these projects, right? What transformations! Don’t forget to keep tagging #organizingdone on social media and we will be sharing more projects soon.

TELL ME: what have you been organizing these days? Comment below or share our Quarantine Instagram Story template (here) and tag me @rachelorganizes so I can see what you are up to.

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