- Create a folder on your computer titled, "Before Pictures" and put all of the pictures into the folder. This will make them easier to find as you continue with the PROJECT.
- Stand on each side of your room and take a full view picture of the opposite wall. Continue around your room snapping pictures of each wall.
- Next pick a corner to start in and take close up pictures of each and every area in your classroom: every shelf, closet, drawer, etc. I truly believe that there is no task too small or project to simple when it comes to improving your organization. You'll be giddy when you compare the finished product to the before shot.
- Take your pictures in natural light and from interesting angles. Get some close-ups. If you're going to be blogging about them. you'll be happy to have some cool pictures to go with your post.
SNEAK PEAK/TIMESAVER: We're going to be listing the areas to declutter and improve in a future challenge. You can get a jump start by jotting them down as you go. Otherwise the pictures will help you with that task next week.
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