Organization is an essential life skill that many of us take for granted. In this episode of the Girls That Create podcast, Carly Adams, the founder of Tidy Revival, discusses the importance of organization in terms of physical and mental health and how to maintain it for a long time.
Adams highlighted the link between physical and mental clutter, explaining how disorganization can lead to stress and affect overall well-being. She suggested that being organized is a learned skill and emphasized the importance of teaching children how to care for their own spaces from a young age.
Adams also discussed practical tips for maintaining organization in workspaces, such as setting a timer for organization tasks and creating a home for everything. She also shared her journey to becoming a professional organizer and the challenges families face when trying to get organized.
Episode Links Mentioned
- Staying organized while you work from home
- Click here to create an action plan
- The Busy Budgeter
- Study (Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin)
- Inspired Organizer Map
About Our Guest
Carly Adams is a home organizer and owner of Tidy Revival, based in Sacramento, CA. She helps her clients get organized at home, through 1:1 work, and in her private community, The Club! Adams is a self-proclaimed “organizational nerd” that loves to geek out on the topic regularly on The Tidy Revival Podcast. When she’s not working, she can be found relaxing at home, collecting houseplants, snuggling her dog Gimli, and enjoying takeout with her husband Corey.
Find out more about Adams and her work at www.tidyrevival.com.
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