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Do you often feel paralyzed by
indecision and/or overwhelm?

Use this guide to help you organize your thoughts,

create a plan of action + check off your to-do list!


A note from
Katy Annnulli

In Home + Small Business Professional Organizer | Founder, KMA Organizing

One of the most common things we hear from clients is that they are so overwhelmed that they can't manage to take action. This paralysis can lead to feelings of anxiety, shame, and unworthiness. Clients can also feel as though they are not a good enough parent, partner, or person because they are unable to have a clean and organized home.

Unrealistic societal standards like the ones perpetuated by social media put a lot of pressure on us to be perfect. So, we created this guidebook to help you overcome these negative feelings and start taking action on the projects you would like to accomplish.

At the end of the day, your goal should be to find systems that work for you and the way you function.

Libby Sullivan, of Clean Slate Organizing, played a critical role in this guide coming to life. We are two professional organizers who know what it's like to be overwhelmed. We've struggled with executive dysfunction, "brain fog", and the stress of being human, and we've survived. This is our way of sharing what we've learned with the world.

Let's get it done!



This Guide Will Help You To:

Define your goals

Evaluate your starting place

Establish healthy habits + a solid support system

Practice self-care + good mental hygiene


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As someone with ADHD, I appreciate that this guide takes into account my neurodivergent needs. The format is clear, simple + concise. It breaks down information into bite-sized, digestible pieces so that I do not get overwhelmed or distracted. It tells the reader what is physically necessary while taking into account the emotional, mental + physical toll that often comes with neurodivergence. I highly recommend it for those of us who are excellent at challenging cerebral thinking but struggle very hard with basic, practical applications.

— Jenny

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