Today I'd like to talk naturally about the second step to getting organized.
It comes down to reason & motivation
I'm not sure what your reasons or motivations are for getting more organized, but I can tell you why its important to me.
Anxiety. For me personally I don't do well in messy places. I like cleanliness, I like order. I could go to someone elses house that was messy and that would be fine, but its not an environment that I enjoy living in. So...aka your mess doesn't bother me, but my mess bothers me a lot.
When my home is in order, I can better handle obstacles, annoyances, and every day little hiccups. They don't seem so bad. But when my home is a mess, the laundry is dirty and piled up, and things are getting misplaced, then when something "bad" happens it feels like the last straw.
Enjoyment. When our house is in order we get to just enjoy. We can play anywhere, we can be in the moment. We can feel free to invite over friends and family or a host a play date.
The possibilities. When our home is in order we are free to make plans to do fun things. We are free for play dates, we are free to see grandparents, we are free to go to the park for an impromptu walk and play, we are free to go shopping. All those things go on the back burner when there's house work to do.
Tip #2 to getting organized- Find the reasons and motivations for being organized so that getting and staying organized seems worth it.