get organized

idiom

: to arrange one's things or one's affairs so they can be dealt with effectively
He never knows what he has scheduled or where anything is. He needs to get organized.

Examples of get organized in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web However, in those final hours Beryl did finally start to get organized in a serious way. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, 9 July 2024 Get involved, learn the procedures, get organized, and amend things if the Board does not return these services to the EMCC to administer. IEEE Spectrum, 20 July 2018 Sagittarius November 22 – December 21 A flash of insight regarding your goals could currently motivate you to get organized. Tarot.com, Baltimore Sun, 15 May 2024 Mars will give you lots of energy to work hard and get organized. Georgia Nicols, The Denver Post, 20 May 2024 In a twist, take a cue from kitchens for girls' bedroom ideas to get organized. Caitlin Sole, Better Homes & Gardens, 14 Mar. 2024 For those looking to get organized this spring, keep scrolling for more storage options available at Amazon. Nicol Natale, Peoplemag, 5 Mar. 2024 In order to convince funders otherwise, the two women decided, their community had to get organized. Megan Molteni, STAT, 21 Feb. 2024 However, Leon, the co-founder of fashion brand Opening Ceremony and former co-creative director of the French fashion house Kenzo, discovered thousands of photos while digging through Jonze’s personal archive to help him get organized. Chris Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter, 15 Feb. 2024

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“Get organized.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/get%20organized. Accessed 24 Jul. 2024.

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