|Market in Rotorua, New Zealand|
For some people, the concept of categorizing complicated in the sorting process. If we were using a microscope so we could set magnification for detail, some of us dial in the big picture as in all cleaning products. While others may see in a higher resolution, they may see things to clean wood, things to clean toilets, things to clean windows, and things to clean carpets. For them, the whole sorting process has so many categories that they become overwhelmed. Often they just put it down wherever they are at the moment that the item comes into the house (or it might still in the bag in the garage). Often support from someone else can help them manage the number of categories and simplify the sorting.
|Photo boxes holding office supplies.|
Stay tuned for more of the "Great Laws of Organization" because searching games like Where's Waldo are fun, but not an efficient way to run your home.
*Please don't look for scientific evidence for the "Great Laws of Organization". It is the product of my imagination designed to prove the point.