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What do we mean when we say “Buttoned Up?”

posted by Sarah on January 11, 2013 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • Michaela

    It’s like you read my mind… it all seems overwhelming until I get a new perspective and a new mindset, and I feel able to accomplish the things I need and want to accomplish. Thanks for making this look good!

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  • Donna

    I LOVE this! I’m going to copy it and laminate it! I am still working on getting totally buttoned up…but better to be working on it that not! Thanks for the constant encouragement!

  • SarahButtonedUp

    So glad you love it @353d9aac733f682976ff1ae3e6c4f912:disqus

  • SarahButtonedUp

    YAY! πŸ™‚

  • SarahButtonedUp

    @3be95959136f38c3d1d7abc584099ae2:disqus glad it spoke to you!! πŸ™‚

  • Alicia Lapides Rockmore

    Love love this

  • smlalock

    Wow…that makes it seem a whole lot more manageable! Ahhh! Thank you!

  • Adam Levine

    This is dynamite! How did you gals get in my head πŸ˜€

  • SarahButtonedUp

    Thanks for the kind words @disqus_hBFDaKKVxP:disqus – glad it spoke to you!

  • Virginia

    I love this and I needed the encouragement. As a college student in transition (soon-to-be graduate in less than a month), everything about life seems so temporary and it’s HARD to establish routines. As of yet, I’m single with no children and I don’t own a home so having a mindset of capability beforehand makes the rest of life seem not so scary…

    I’m also inspired because I want to become a professional organizer and help other people manage their chaos too πŸ™‚

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