The Support Dimension
The Sane Spaces Sanity Dimensions help you create some order out of chaos…
The Dimensions that underlie most organizing issues are your:
- Self (habits and behaviors that are either contributing or detracting from your ability to take care of yourself and your needs) and the level of
- Support you have and need to keep you in flow and moving forward consciously, effectively and in action!
Today’s post investigates the SUPPORT Dimension, and how investigating this can help you gain perspective with your current disorganized situation.
If you are falling short in the Support Dimension, you will inevitably reach burnout – where you’ll likely have a whole different set of issues to overcome. Support is the dimension where many people fall short – especially if you are an “I can do it all” person. Unfortunately though, getting support is dependent on two things:
- recognizing you need it, and then
- asking for it in time!
Some important questions to consider on this dimension are:
- Where am I feeling stretched, taxed and stressed?
- Who is helping me complete the things I need to do?
- Whom do I call on when an emergency arises?
- What happens if something happens to me?
So many of us never recognize we need help until it’s way too late, and we find ourselves sick, tired, resigned, negative, angry, overworked and burned out.
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This workbook was designed for the do-it-yourself-er who has the skills and motivation to get organized, but just doesn’t know where to start! If you’ve taken my Free Organizing Assessment, you’ve seen where your organizing issues are. This workbook was designed to support you through your organizing project. It provides Professional Organizer support, without the per hour fees!
This workbook will help you:
- Clarify your vision for each space when it is organized and working properly
- Assess your disorganized situation by room
- Decide what the critical pain points are for you in the space
- Determine the costs of being disorganized – what you are NOT able to do NOW (in the current space) that you would likely do in the future (when the space is organized)
- Identify and prioritize the key areas to be addressed
- Record specific goals for each of your disorganized spaces
- Create an organizing action plan
- Develop a maintenance schedule that includes daily, weekly and monthly tasks to keep you on track
- Identify and define new ideas and outlets for your free time.