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    Smile get better organized

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    Since you have the urge to get better organized in your life now, get the right tools to do a good job. Roll up your sleeves and begin.

    Does "get better organized" mean "have a better and clearer plan or goal?"
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    Default Re: get better organized

    It could do, but it could also simply mean get your affairs sorted out- deal with things that have been neglected, etc.

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    Thanks, Tdol.
    Sort affairs out or deal with thing that have been neglected--good answer.

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    Default Re: get better organized

    As a disorganised person, I know the backlog I usually have.

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