Are you looking for a fresh, authentic approach to living a more organized life? Are you ready to move beyond “how to” and be more personally practical about managing your stuff, time, and tasks? Organizing and Big Scary Goals offers readers alternative, customizable, and most importantly, realistic ways to look at and reflect upon what is possible with managing the overwhelming stuff of everyday life. Through a series of relatable anecdotes, thought-provoking questions, and the author’s personal quest to tackle a tough challenge, readers gain insight on tapping into different ways to approach their organizing stuck spots without relying upon one-size-fits-all solutions. Organizing and Big Scary Goals reads like a series of short stories with doses of humor and irony - ideal for anyone who has experienced frustration, shame, and even fear about meeting the organizational standards of others.
"Sara talks to 'real' people and in 'real people language', and Organizing and Big Scary Goals resonates with those of us who experience self-doubt, self-criticism, and at times, lack of confidence. I love that she works on her goal right there alongside the reader, and I am sooo ready to get organized after reading this book!" -- Cindy Chafin, M.Ed., MCHES, editor of New Focus Daily
Reviews are in - 5 stars on Amazon - check out what readers are saying!:
- "This book is not just for people like me who have an attention disorder. It can help anyone to overcome immobilizing perfectionism, hopeless resignation, and fear that may arise when confronting challenges associated with organizing.”
- “Sara’s book motivated me to evaluate areas of my life that need organization and I now feel energized and prepared to take them on.”
- “There is nothing preachy about this book - it is part self-help and part practical how to.”
- “Sara takes us on a narrative ride through organizing challenges, her own big scary challenge, and ways to face the organizing overwhelm. This book is encouraging and (dare I say it?) fun. Yes, a fun book about organizing.”