Taking the Scatter-Shot Approach

A close up photo of a white painted door and brown wooden porch with scaffolding and painting supplies laying about.

Sometimes the only way I can approach a project is to jump all over the place. I know the best is to work from top to bottom, left to right, but rarely can I stick with a system (at least for my own projects!)—I aggravate myself, for sure!

At the end of the day, maybe the same amount of work is completed, maybe . . .

At the end of today, the cabin was so much cleaner — amazing what hot water and bleach & ammonia can accomplish. I won’t win any environmental awards.

AND priming began—with brush and roller! I usually only like to use a brush, nutty for sure—but there is too much surface to only use a brush in the cabin, even for me!

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Jane Dolan

Jane founded Jane Organizes in 2008 after a 20-year stint at a Design + Build firm in San Francisco. Jane loves working with rebels and dreamers, co-creating homes they will love. The KonMari Method™ is Jane's organizing tool of choice, after drinking the elixir in 2014.