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Embrace Your Inner Organizer
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About a month ago we asked our Facebook fans/friends/fellow organizers to help us come up with a list of TV characters that are organized. We received several really good answers (thank you!) and had a fun time recounting some of TV's finest organizational moments. Like when Sheldon Cooper snuck into Penny's apartment at night to clean and organize. Or the time Rachel gave her more organized friend Monica the "gift" of letting her help pack her stuff (and Monica couldn't help but get excited to be "the coordinator"). Remember when Danny Tanner was caught cleaning his cleaning supplies?

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"A mind is a terrible thing to waste."

organized brainHere at the FranklinCovey Get Organized Community we've always got organization on the brain, so we hope you don't mind if we share a few organizing insights. Neuroscientists have studied the organization of the human brain for years, and still much is unknown as to exactly how the brain miraculously functions.

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Here's GO Guru's, Joshua Zerkel, organizational confession:

When it comes to my own stuff, I'm a bit quirky when it comes to two things: I reveal my inner geek by saying that I love organizing comic books and MP3 files.

As a kid, I had thousands of comics, and I was pretty obsessive over keeping them alphabetized and in numerical order. I now have far fewer comics, but still love making sure that they are organized properly.

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Here's GO Guru's, Julie Morgenstern, organizational confession:

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Here's GO Guru's, Stephanie Vozza, organizational confession:

"I write tasks down on my to do list that I've already accomplished just so I can cross them off."

Thanks, Stephanie!

Do you have an organizational quirk that you'd like to share with us? We're all ears!

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Here is GO User's, MicHawk, organizational confession:

When I pack my kids for a trip (overnight or 2 weeks), each day's clothes are in a gallon size ziploc bag.  Socks, Underwear, shirt, pants/shorts/skirt, belt, etc. (Jeans for kids over 6-ish don't fit, so they are packed normally.) This way I can clearly see what each child has packed, I can count the number of outfits they have, and it is easy for each one to find their OWN clothes and to get dressed easily when we are traveling.

Thanks, MicHawk!

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Here is GO User's, LuvBngAMommy, organizational confession:

I have to put the kids outfits for the week together with all accesories and socks into shoe organizers in their closets. I can't stand being faced with the choice of what to put them in everyday...also allows my husband to grab their stuff if am running behind. This way if he is dressing them they to do not end up in ridiculous outfits!!

Thanks for sharing!

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Here is Facebook Fan Mary's organizational confession:

In a desk drawer at work I have hanging files numbered 1-10, each has a current project. To be able to easily ID what is in each, I have a sheet of paper w/10 blocks (numbered 1-10) pinned to the board right over it. I use sticky notes upon which I write the subject of the project, which I then stick to the corresponding numbered block. I.e. folder 1- status report info - sticky note stuck to block 1 "Status Report."

Sounds like a good system and thanks for sharing!

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We want YOU to Embrace Your Inner Organizer, so we've set-up a Confession Booth where you can share your organizing quirk. We'll then highlight them right here on GO.

GO User, amy s, confesses:

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