Back to school organizing can transform hectic school evenings into peaceful moments of relaxation. Set routines now for the school year.
We made it. It might feel like we're still on shaky ground, but we make it through the year. To get the New Year started off right, here are some things you can do to organize your home, your mind, and your life. Review What's New If
Getting organized doesn't mean time freezes. It doesn't mean that because everything has its place you won't still have clutter. The dust comes back. The floors will still need swept. The carpet will still need vacuumed. The dishes will still get dirty. And the laundry - oh my goodness there's
As kids go back to school, parents are often the ones handling the balancing act. But guess what? They learn some pretty great things about organizing their homes and lives to make things easier. This week, we've rounded up their best organizing advice: From The Organized Mom
The challenge in organizing your electronics is often a cord problem. Everything uses it's own charger, so you have a tangled mess of wires everywhere, especially when the kids are home from school (or doing school at home). And because recycling electronics can be tough,
Why is it that talk of organizing your home, office, or life goes hand in hand with stress and overwhelm? We think it's possible to make organizing fun. In fact, most of the time when we're working with clients or in their homes, we are