You Should Write a Book, He Said

Hi, my name is Cat, and I’m an organizer. Worse, I’m an organizer and a simplifier. You should see me go through a closet.

The past many years have been a parade of books, and lots of tweaking and working to get just the right combination of ideas and techniques to keep my life organized, simple, and low-stress. The Living category here was, in part, an outlet for all I have to say on the subject.

During my most recent round of organization (I go through the place about once a year), the husband mentioned offhand that I should write a book on the subject. I immediately rejected the idea, as I’ve never had the ambition or persistence to do such a thing. But the seed was planted. I figured heck, why not at least take notes. We’ll see what comes of it.

Here are those notes. It’s called KISS Living because that’s my philosophy–Keep It Short and Simple (yeah, I know about the other version. That’s my acronym and I’m stickin’ to it). I’ll be transferring a few of the Living entries over there. I want KISS Living to be a fusion of simplicity and organization. Tips that give you more time, with less complication. Enjoy.

3 Responses to You Should Write a Book, He Said

  1. Jenn says:

    But do you offer organizational consultant services?

  2. taz says:

    oooh. I hope this is something you continue with… I’m the sort of person who completely loses track of hours – even days, then suddenly I look up and everything in my life is total chaos. The “lost in the mist” part will probably never change, but establishing a few simple automatic (read: no brain) routines would make a big difference.

    Even if I don’t ever manage that much, reading about the possibility is soothing!