Ariel Horowitz is not embarrassed to admit just how unorganized she used to be on different levels. It was ridiculous like putting her keys here and then forgetting where she placed them. It would've been less time wasted had she assigned a designated location where keys are placed. Another instance is when she wrote something down that was extremely important and couldn't remember where she wrote it down which meant she couldn't find it when she needed it. She has gone to the grocery store and totally forgot the main reason that she went there for and then had to go back after she remembered when she got home. All of these things are time wasters due to lack of organization and could have been avoided. Practical tips as mentioned in her book would've been perfect had it been available when she needed it. The challenge is to not get back into the old habit of doing what used to be done. A little forethought and reminding herself to make that extra effort has saved her so much time in the long run and following her tips gets you organized as well.