Introducing the 52 Organizing Missions ‘Hall of Fame’ Gallery [With Prize]

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Share your success!

Take a look at the comments on the 52 Organizing Missions posts, or the 52 Organizing Missions success stories, and you’ll get a sense of the wonderful strides these Mission-mates are making in their personal organization.

In the spirit of acknowledging our successes and celebrating our strengths, I’m starting a Hall of Fame Gallery for everyone in the 52 Organizing Missions community to gain inspiration and share achievements.

Achievements like this one, from Get Organized Mission #2: Detox Your Briefcase/Tote/Bag:

Before After
52 Organizing Missions - Before 52 Organizing Missions - After

Send in your before and after pics

If you’d like to share a pic, please send me:

  1. An ‘After’ photo for any of the Missions you’ve completed
  2. A ‘Before’ photo if you have one – it’s even more motivating for your Mission-Mates
  3. Your name as you’d like it shown
  4. Your blog or website URL if you’d like a link attached to your name.

Please send the above to: [email protected]

Win a very cool prize

I’ll be giving the best 3 before and after pics I receive in October a free month in the soon-to-be-released Design Your Life Program.

But everyone benefits – by sharing their success and encouraging their Mission-mates. 🙂

So get that camera out. I can’t wait to see your pics!

Michele Connolly, Get Organized Wizard

 
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6 thoughts on “Introducing the 52 Organizing Missions ‘Hall of Fame’ Gallery [With Prize]

  1. Michele Connolly says:

    Hi Joey,

    Wow – this is awesome! I’m really impressed with what you’ve achieved in just 4 weeks. I hope you’re letting it sink in how cool your achievement is.

    And you’re totally welcome. Comments like yours make my day!
    M 🙂

  2. Michele Connolly says:

    Hi Joey,

    Wow – this is awesome! I’m really impressed with what you’ve achieved in just 4 weeks. I hope you’re letting it sink in how cool your achievement is.

    And you’re totally welcome. Comments like yours make my day!
    M 🙂

  3. Joey says:

    So, I just finished Mission 4 and I just want to say. THANK YOU. I have been looking for a method that could help me get my life to where I want it to, with out junk, clutter, excess. I have tried lots of concepts and this one is working.
    The one mission to focus on and having a week to do it works great and I feel great about accomplishing it. Also once I finish a mission my life just seems to get a little easier.
    I am moving shortly So I am actively working on these mission to help lighten my load. Here are some of the things I have accomplished in the first four weeks.
    Mission 1 (which I am also continuing with every week)

    I am actually impressed with how much of this stuff is so easily put in a trash can or donation pile.
    I have made 3 trips to the salvation Army for donations (prepping my fourth)
    1 trip to the consignment shop (prepping my second)
    Filled garbage bags of the broke and unused.
    Tossed expired bathroom and medicine cabinet supplies.
    I am working on in my appearance and taking better care of myself.
    Consolidated bills and set up Auto payments.
    I also donated some free stuff I received from an event to another event.
    Contacted a local Art teacher friend to see if she would like some of my unused art supplies.
    Cleaned out the mess of my email and unsubscribed deleting 3000 or so emails.
    And… I did not take the free binders I was offered the other day, even though in my head I totally thought, Hey I could use that.

    I could totally go on, mostly I just wanted to say Thanks.
    Joey

  4. Joey says:

    So, I just finished Mission 4 and I just want to say. THANK YOU. I have been looking for a method that could help me get my life to where I want it to, with out junk, clutter, excess. I have tried lots of concepts and this one is working.
    The one mission to focus on and having a week to do it works great and I feel great about accomplishing it. Also once I finish a mission my life just seems to get a little easier.
    I am moving shortly So I am actively working on these mission to help lighten my load. Here are some of the things I have accomplished in the first four weeks.
    Mission 1 (which I am also continuing with every week)

    I am actually impressed with how much of this stuff is so easily put in a trash can or donation pile.
    I have made 3 trips to the salvation Army for donations (prepping my fourth)
    1 trip to the consignment shop (prepping my second)
    Filled garbage bags of the broke and unused.
    Tossed expired bathroom and medicine cabinet supplies.
    I am working on in my appearance and taking better care of myself.
    Consolidated bills and set up Auto payments.
    I also donated some free stuff I received from an event to another event.
    Contacted a local Art teacher friend to see if she would like some of my unused art supplies.
    Cleaned out the mess of my email and unsubscribed deleting 3000 or so emails.
    And… I did not take the free binders I was offered the other day, even though in my head I totally thought, Hey I could use that.

    I could totally go on, mostly I just wanted to say Thanks.
    Joey

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