Really, why would it be? Did you buy one set of clothes years ago and you still wear them only or do you progressively add and edit your wardrobe? Did you set up a budget when you got your first real job and never tweak it regardless of life's changes along the way? Do you clean your home once and then figure it will stay that way by some miracle of the universe?
So why then, should we assume that organising our spaces, lives, offices, relationships and money would be any different? We are and, hopefully live non-static lives. This, by definition infers change, flexibility, evolution.
Changing our approach to organising, therefore viewing it in terms of a circle or cycle will be less defeating. If we allow it to become a natural part of our daily life instead of a monstrous one time task then it will actually come into its own in our lives. We will be able to adjust along the way because of our past consistency. It will really be a cause for calm and peace instead of another insurmountable task on our to-do list.
Organisation is an aid to balanced living; not an excuse to postpone living now.