My daily schedule shows it. Day in and day out, I do the same things in the same order. When things get thrown off course, I get upset. When others mess with things I like done in a certain manner, I get annoyed and then I fix what they've done. (Note: J no longer does laundry because he does not fold to my standards and I have to refold it anyway.)
I also have an issue with accomplishing a task in parts. When I read a book, I usually read it in one sitting. When I start a project, I find it necessary to finish it before moving on. When it comes to my training plan, I want to add more workouts, mileage, etc. And when it comes to organizing my home (using this nifty calendar I found) I want to jump ahead, to finish a week's worth of tasks rather than a day's.
My obsessive nature, that calendar and my love for Pinterest have led to Operation Organization in my house.
In the last few weeks, I have completed all of the January task on that calendar.
But that wasn't enough, so I organized our pantry and laundry room.
I made some wall hangings.
I transformed our standard desk into a storage station by removing the table feet and replacing them with two bookshelves.
Look at all of that storage ...
I made a command center for the girl's backpacks, ballet bags and soccer gear, complete with a morning checklist to help them get out the door.
I mounted crates to the wall and made bedside bookshelves for the girls.
I found a storage solution for our broom and Swiffer.
I organized our shoe situation and found a place for all the things we need to grab as we leave the house.
And I removed the broken closet doors in Dizzle and Doodle's room and turned them into a headboard for our bed.
I can't stop myself. It like organizational overload over here ...