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Organize My Drawer

Not only have I been crowned “Official Organizing Bloggist” for the world’s premier custom drawer divider manufacturer, I was also commissioned by said empire to formulate a series of tip sheets on maximizing pull-out storage. (‘Tis truly an exciting life I lead.) Their stuff’s pretty cool — drag-and-drop design tool, compartmentalized acrylic trays made to your exact specifications, next-day-on-your-doorstep delivery!

My job (apparently) is to teach proper drawer configuration. Now you wouldn’t think this would be that damned difficult — but it is. (Try writing 1,000 words on junk drawers. Then another 1,000 about storing utensils. And another 1,000 for silverware — without repeating yourself. Go ahead. I dare you.) I seem to recall my forehead bleeding by the end, but honestly I can’t remember much about that period in my life. If nothing else, this exercise has taught me that I can talk about flipping ANYTHING and make it interesting!

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Ramona Creel is an award-winning 15-year veteran organizer and member of the National Association Of Professional Organizers. As well as having birthed “The A-To-Z Of Getting Organized,” Ramona is also the author of “The Professional Organizer’s Bible: A Slightly Irreverent And Completely Unorthodox Guide For Turning Clutter Into A Career”—and the creator of more than 200 “quick-start” business tools and templates for use by productivity professionals. She writes seven different blogs, has worked with hundreds of clients, and has delivered scores of presentations on getting organized. Ramona resides on the roads of America as a full-time RVer—living and working in a 29-foot Airstream. Learn more at and

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