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Top 10 Organization Projects of 2012

Since I realize several of you may be recent subscribers, today I thought I’d reminisce a little and share the top ten most viewed organization projects of 2012.  While I blog about quite a few different topics here on Cornerstone Confessions, organization ideas are definitely one of my favorite topics to post about.  And, from the stats, it’s one that many of you enjoy reading about too.  So today, just enjoy the countdown!

Peanut’s Closet
The Car
Shopping List Printable
Our Morning Board
Hall/Bathroom Closet
Teacup’s Closet
And the most viewed organization post of 2012…
My Blog-and-Home Notebook 
Speaking of my blog-and-home notebook, be sure to stay tuned next week because if you’ve enjoyed that little freebie, you will definitely want to check out what is rolling fresh off the presses my computer next week.  But alas, if I say more, I might just give it away.  See you then!

Want to see even more organization projects?  Come check out the organization tips gallery for links to even more organization posts.

But all things should be done decently and in order.  1 Corinthians 14:40



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