Once you have organized your space whether it is a drawer or an entire room, the real challenge is keeping it that way. Many clients get the area organized, but fail to realize that it requires monitoring and purging. It will take some additional work to maintain the organized space. At least once per month you should look at the space and decide if there is a piece of the puzzle not working for you and readjust. After you have organized the space, make sure you come back in 6 months and look at all the pieces to see if some you have not used since the organization, and purge those. Eliminate items you are not using so those you are using are easily accessible. Making decisions about items coming into the space immediately will eliminate clutter because clutter is delayed decisions. Review your processes for system often to make adjustments to reflect your current life. If you started the organizing when your child was 2 and they are now 13, the system should look and be different. If you change occupations or your family status changes, make adjustments to accommodate your changes. To stay on top of your spaces review them often.