Welcome to week nine of the 52 Weeks to an Organized Workspace challenge. This week, we’re tackling our projects in progress and kits. Do you subscribe to a few too many monthly kits and take on more projects than you can handle? Do you have a tendency to buy things with a someday plan in mind?
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I think we all do, at least to some extent. After all, we’re creative. That’s just what we do. We come up with all of these awesome ideas and then we have to figure out how to prioritize them and how to sort and store all the supplies.
So what exactly are you supposed to do with all this stuff? How do you organize your current kits so you’ll actually use them? And for that matter, how do you sort and store the projects you’ve started, but haven’t quite finished. There are just too many of them.
All of my projects in progress are hanging out on a wire rack in my creative space and all of my kits & collections are sorted in 13×15 Ziplock bags. It’s easy for me to just flip through the baskets I store them in to find exactly what I’m looking for. I’m seriously loving some of the ideas this week, though.
Do some brainstorming and take some time to think about how you’re going to organize your projects in progress & kits and then get to it. Don’t forget to share before and after pictures.
If you’re interested in seeing how I organized my entire creative space, you can check out How I Organized All the Small Things in My Creative Space and How I Organized My Entire Creative Space.
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 your projects in progress and kits.
3. Buy whatever supplies you need to and get started.
4. Share before and after pictures.
Also, if you missed it, here are the links to the Creating Workspaces mini-series for those of us who are starting over or starting from scratch.
Creating Workspaces That Work For You – Part I
Creating Workspaces That Work For You – Part II
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Thanks so much for visiting. See you next week!