Organized - to be or to cause to become neat and orderly.
21. She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet.
Wow...this is really close to yesterday's topic, isn't it? But it's kind of like when you are at supper and someone asks you for the salt, you should hand them both the salt and the pepper. Some things just naturally go better together.
To be adequately prepared for winter, or when it snows, one must be prepared. And it is a whole lot easier being prepared if one is organized. Say you live in Tornado Alley. Having a family emergency plan of what to do in case of a twister is practically a necessity. All but the youngest family members (infants and toddlers) can have an assigned job. It helps them to learn responsibility and fosters a sense of pride. So if, God forbid, a twister does approach your house, the plan gets put into action and lessens some of the fear naturally associated with such natural disasters.
24. She maketh fine linen, and selleth it; and delivereth girdles unto the merchant.
Someone who is sloppy and unorganized in business does not stay in business long. If you don't deliver a product or service when you have promised, customers and potential customers will lose confidence in your abilities to supply their needs and look elsewhere.
If you are particularly skilled at organization, you could make a business out of that talent. There are innumerable people and businesses that could benefit from someone helping them to organize. Practices and procedures can become more streamlined and everyone can breathe easier.
Getting out of the hole of disorganization is not easy by any means, but the result? Priceless.
How has being organized (or disorganized) affected your life, your business, your writing?