Club Organized Admissions Exam

As I told you last week, I’m starting an exclusive club for disorganized women, but not just anyone can join. Each person will have to pass an admissions exam. However, if you subscribe to my blogs, you can be one of my charter members as long as you can answer yes to at least ten of the scenarios in the exam.

I’m in heaven as I think about starting this exclusive, club (no BOs allowed) and I’m calling it CLUB ORGANIZED. Really, I’m just changing the name of my website from www.makeitfunanditwillgetdone.com to www.cluborganized.com but in the excitement of being able to get this perfect name for my website, I started fantasizing about having a real club for us!)

Of course we won’t have meetings (we’re all too busy) and there won’t be dues or uniforms or secret handshakes, but we’ll all know we belong. And we just might start having an annual convention here in Woodland, Washington. We’ll be a sisterhood of SLOBS (remember SLOB stands for Spontaneous, Lighthearted, Optimistic and Beloved) and we’ll be bound together by our love for our families and our desire to have clean, cozy, peaceful homes.

Here’s the test I promised you. Incidentally, if you can honestly answer yes to every one of these SHE scenarios, you’ll eligible for admission into the highly coveted DE status (Deficiency Expert) of the club and you’ll receive all the goodies that go along with it and as soon as I figure out what they’ll be.

CLUB ORGANIZED ADMISSIONS EXAM

I have worn my pajamas under my coat to carpool.
I have been overdrawn and have had to pay overdraft fees.
I have had to search for my purse, keys, shoes, glasses, cell phone pen and remote.
I have made “Get Organized” a New Year’s Resolution more than once.
I always forget to take my cloth bags into the grocery store.
I had at least one of my children because I failed to note the time of the month.
I have been late paying bills because I was out of stamps.
I have lost my car in large parking lots.
I have missed flights because I forgot to adjust to Daylight Savings Time.
I have purchased clothes that I could sleep in without wrinkling

I have stashed clutter in a spare bedroom to hide it from sudden company.
I have been scared of the contents in storage container’s in my refrigerator.
I often make a grocery list and leave it at home.
I have missed appointments because I didn’t look at my calendar.
I have lost track of time when doing something I love to do.
I have no sense of direction.
I have no concept of time.
I have had to have kids re-inoculated because I lost records when we moved.
I have lost important papers and had to pay to get replacements.
I have been late filing my income tax returns.

I have tried to get into someone else’s car because I wasn’t paying attention.
I have kept drapes closed because my house was a mess and didn’t want company.
I have fed the cat tuna because we were out of cat food.
I have written times down on calendars without designating what or where.
I owe thank you notes throughout time to those I love and didn’t thank.

Now that you’ve taken the test, did it spark any memories of similar events in your life? I’d love to hear from you so I can add them to the exam! Just email me at pam@pamyoung.org

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