I can’t even believe it’s already April. On a related note, we have snow in Pittsburgh. Crazy! I’m more than ready for spring. Lol…
Welcome to week 20 of the 52 Weeks to an Organized Workspace challenge. This week, we’re organizing pocket pages. Basically, all things Project Life are on the agenda. One thing I can tell you is that core kits are addictive. I have an entire stack of them that are of course still unopened. Not surprising, right?
First things first this week, you need to decide if you have enough of these types of things to set up a separate workspace for them. I decided to split the difference with them and I use a tray to organize all of my Project Life supplies, which means that I can move it to wherever I’m working. All of the kits that I’m currently using are organized into said tray along with whatever other embellishments I’m using for Project Life at the moment. Of course there are lots of stickers and labels and whatever else I’ve accumulated too. You can check out the details of my Project Life organization here.
Do some brainstorming and take some time to think about how you’re going to organize pocket pages and then get to it. Don’t forget to share before and after pictures.
If you’re struggling, check out what we’ve pinned to our 52 Weeks – Workspace & Workflow group Pinterest board and/or my Studio Spaces – Project Life Pinterest board. Hopefully, you can find something that inspires you.
Do you have an awesome idea for organizing pocket pages? Leave a comment and share.
Are you ready to finally get your creative space organized once and for all? Join thousands of other creative mamas who are doing just that with this free 52 Weeks to an Organized Workspace challenge.
Psst… If you haven’t already, you’re definitely going to want to come hang out with us in our 52 Weeks Facebook group. That’s where we’ll be chatting about the challenges and our creative spaces.
Just to review, here’s your to-do list for this week.
1. Answer the question of the week.
2. Decide how you want to organize pocket pages.
3. Buy whatever supplies you need to and get started.
4. Share before and after pictures.
Also, if you missed it, you can find 5 reasons we struggle to keep our creative spaces organized here.
Looking for more insight & inspiration? Here are the top 10 most popular posts from The Keeper of the Memories. You’re definitely not going to want to miss these!
Thanks so much for visiting. See you next week!