Please join us. It's FUN, it's FREE, and you'll feel FABULOUS when your supplies are organized!
The Get Organized Challenge is a series of 8 classes. The Challenge classes are FREE. You don't need any particular tools or equipment to participate in the Challenge. My goal is to help you establish good organizational systems and strategies. Each week we'll talk about one major category or idea. The week following the Challenge class you'll spend as much time as possible completing the Challenge homework. I hope you'll sign up to join us! We get a lot done AND have fun, too. Click here to see what past participants have to say.
Classes are taught live over the internet using Livestream.com.
Click here to follow Tiffany on Livestream - It's FREE.
All classes are taught live (times vary with each series). Recorded classes are generally available later in the day (or the next day), and remain posted here on the website throughout the series.
Download your 2017 Challenge Workbook - Save a copy on your desktop so you can take advantage of the "live links.
Below are the recorded Challenge classes from the most recent series:
CHALLENGE #1 - January 31, 2o17, 3:00pm
Power Up! - Set yourself up for success.
Plan your work, work your plan
CHALLENGE #2 - February 7, 2017, 3:00pm
Piles of Paper! - Love it, don't lose it
CHALLENGE #4 - February 21, 2017, 3:00pm
Tool Tantrum: Stamps, Punches, Embossing Folders and Die-Cutting Systems
CHALLENGE #5 - February 28, 2017, 3:00pm
Color your World; Inks, Chalks, Paints, Pens & more
***BREAK WEEK*** No class March 7
Tiffany will be on HSN's Craft Day March 8, 2017
CHALLENGE #6 - March 14, 2017, 3:00pm
Pictures Perfect - Organize your photos
CHALLENGE #8 - March 28, 2017, 3:00pm
Traveling with your craft supplies, attending a crop, class or event
PART 1 of 2
PART 2 of 2
Some of the video was lost when it stopped and restarted. Tiffany picks up here answering a question about the Office Depot rolling file tote and the possibility of the return of the Crop Crate Apron.
Click here to download the Crop Packing List sample
Click here to see Tiffany's Blog Post about setting up at a Crop