Are you naturally organized? My guest today says you don’t have to be. It’s a learned skill and when you learn it, you will become more flexible, you’ll be able to spend time and energy doing what you enjoy the most, and you’ll even serve G-d better.
My guest is Rebekah Saltzman, Professional Organizer and Author of the newly released book Organized Jewish Life. Timely topic as we’re getting ready for the whirlwind month of Tishrei, which on top of our jobs, our kids, our life, well can challenge even the most organized of us. What can we be doing now to have a smooth Tishrei despite the longer to do list? How do we get to a place where we don’t become a slave to our stuff. And talking about managing our stuff, I had to throw in email, and ask about it, cuz you know. The financial implications of going “zero waste,” something I’m personally very intrigued by and have yet to embrace. Asking for help, and more importantly, knowing what to ask for, something that her book Organized Jewish Life helps us clarify. Here’s the insightful Rebekah Saltzman.
To win a copy of the book Organized Jewish Life, a copy of the planner, Organized Jewish Life Planner AND a free month to Rebekah’s Journey To Organization Membership, submit a Review for this podcast on apple podcasts, take a screenshot and email it yael at yaeltrusch dot com. To gain additional entries for the giveaway, post the screenshot on your IG stories and tag me @yaeltrusch. We will be tracking all those entries and announcing the winner on the show and on IG Friday, Sept 16. If you are not on Apple and would like to participate, no worries, just send in a review via email at yael at yaeltrusch dot com and again, post a screenshot of your review on your IG stories and tag me @yaeltrusch. You will get a double entry.