transitive + intransitive
: to organize (something or someone) to an unnecessary degree
- It was bad enough when our parents tried to overorganize and overstructure our lives; we weren't about to do it ourselves.
- —William Schwarz
- Don't overorganize kids.
- —David Walsh
- When we overorganize our spaces, we don't have time to maintain the systems we create and the whole apparatus crashes.
- —Robert J. Morgan
- When you feel like you are doing three steps when you could be doing just one, you are overorganizing …
- —Lanna Nakone
an overorganized person/life/office