Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Still helping you organize!

Tomorrow marks the second anniversary of this blog. The second year absolutely flew by, and I'm really happy with the quantity and quality of the posts this past year. Here are some of this blog's stats:
  • This is the 229th post.
  • The most-used label is "tips," used to describe 31 posts.
  • The highest post-count ever for a single month was in July 2010, with 16.
  • Facebook is my number one referral source of traffic, followed by Blogger.
  • My single best day of traffic was due to my post Clutter-free gifts: Services being picked up on Stumbleupon.
  • My personal favorite post from the past year might be January's Keeping stuff alive in 2011. Even though I wasn't able to keep all the plants alive that I mentioned in the post, looking at the pictures still inspires me.
Looking ahead to year three of this blog, I hope to keep up the frequency and encourage more commenting. Do you have any particular topics you'd like me to write about in the year ahead?

More tips.
Creative Commons nail tips photo posted to Flickr by lisa bentley
Creative Commons cake decorating tips photo posted to Flickr by Anne Hornyak
Creative Commons felt tip photo posted to Flickr by www.planetofsuccess.com/blog/

Lelah Baker-Rabe is a Los Angeles-based professional organizer. To discuss your organizing needs, call her at 818.269.6671 or email lelah@lelahwithanh.com. Sign up for Lelah's News, a once-monthly newsletter.


  1. I would love to read about:
    Simple steps for creating your own system for anything you want to do regularly.
    Tips for people who are more organized and less organized working together (i.e. what to do if you live or work with people who do not think about time the way you do)
    Tips for organizing grown-up bedtime routines
    creating "linked trips" when shopping or doing errands, or other ways to save time or convenience getting things you regularly need
    Organizing what you bring out with you for the day if you are going to the gym, bringing a lunch, bringing some files, etc.
    And anything else you are developing expertise in

  2. Those are absolutely fabulous ideas, Lena. Thanks for sharing and thanks for reading.