January is “Get Organized Month”

Getting organized: it’s one of those things we always want to do, we always talk about doing, and we might even dedicate an entire Pinterest board to ideas and tips regarding how to do it. Actually getting organized, though…that’s where the problems arise. That’s why we’re dedicating the next few weeks to helping you get your organization game up. From your closet to your classwork, we’re going to cover everything you need to celebrate “Get Organized Month” the right way.

What better way to kick off our organizational boot camp than with a sweepstakes? Through the end of January, we’re happy to announce the “Get Organized Month” Sweepstakes taking place on our Facebook page. Just head to the sweepstakes tab and tell us your BEST tip for staying organized. Winner takes home a $50 gift card, so don’t miss your chance!

Be sure to check back next week as we kick off our Organization Series with one of the toughest  areas to tackle…the closet in your dorm! Until then, get a head start by checking out our advice from previous years.

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