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Seven Lies We Believe About An Organized Life

So.  Perfectionism. 

We’re all pretty much on the same page with that right?  The page that says it’s just a big ole’ LIE?

(Just in case you missed my last post that laid all that out for ya’!)

Before we jump in with both feet and I give you the keys to the organizing kingdom, which, rest assured, I’m gonna do, we need to dispel a few other fallacies about what an organized life actually looks like. 

See,  if you don’t go into this whole organizing thing with your head on straight and your eyes wide open, you’re not gonna get the lasting results for which you’ve been pining.  

There are seven main myths that I see on a regular basis about organizing.  Seven misconceptions.  Seven lies. 

Bold. Face. Lies. 

Yup, Satan is spreading his dirty little lies all over the organizing world. Lies meant to steal, kill, and destroy.  Lies meant to undermine and demoralize.  Lies meant to distract us from our real purpose in life.  

Ephesians 4:25 tells us, “Therefore, having put away falsehood, let each one of you speak the truth with his neighbor, for we are members one of another.”

We’re getting ready to put away some falsehood, y’all, and speak the truth.  Big time.  Because there’s absolutely no room in your life for the lies I’ve listed below:  

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