Organize It!

May 26, 2013

Title Organize It

The “Top Organizing Bloggers” have come together once again, to bring you some organizing inspiration.  We are hosting a monthly round up (link party), where you can share your organized blog posts with the world.   Beginning today, this event will take place the last Sunday of every month, on all “Top Organizing Bloggers” blogs (listed below).   Sound good?  Keep reading…

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1. Must be organizing related.

2. Must have the button or a text link, linked back to one of our 8 blogs.

3. Must be a new link up each month (No duplicates).

4. A maximum of 2 posts may be linked up each month.

5. Please link to the correct category.

6. The link up must be your own work.

*We have the right to delete any link ups that do not follow the rules.



The event will last all month.  You can link up on the first day, the last or any day in between.  Make sure you only link up a maximum of 2 organizing posts per month. We will share our favorite linked up blog posts on “Organize It!”, our  Pinterest page.  So make sure to follow the page to see if yours’ is on there! Have fun, get lots of inspiration and share the party with the world!


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Kitchen Organization…

Office Organization…

Closets & Storage Organization…

Bathroom Organization…

Bedroom Organization…

Toy Organization…

Laundry Room & Cleaning Supplies…

Craft Room & Keepsake Organization…

Binders & Planners…

Other Spaces…

8 comments on “Organize It!

  1. What an AWESOME idea for a link up! Thank you so much for hosting, Toni! Have a blessed Sunday!

    ~Abby =)

  2. Renee says:

    I linked to the wrong area 🙁 Sorry about that! Office… Kitchen… hello?!!

  3. Thanks for hosting the party. Hope you’ve had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

  4. Cassandra says:

    I will be joining in one of these linky parties as soon as my fiancé and I get into military housing! Excited!

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