It's no secret that soldiers are organized.
In the military soldiers who aren't organized are referred to as an 'admin nightmare', 'admin vortex' and the less affectionate 'cluster-f**k'. (Sorry, about the bad word, but soldiers swear.)
Being unorganized is seen as a very-bad-no-good thing in the military.
Spending nearly a decade in uniform, I noticed that the military treats organizing like any other skill. Something anyone can learn. Doesn't matter if you weren't born with a label maker in your hands, you can learn to be organized.
So today I'm spilling the camo-covered beans about getting organized soldier-style that you can use today. You won't even have to shave your head, do push-ups or shine any shoes, I promise.