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Time Management

May 26, 2016 Don’t Put the Container before the Clutter

  One of the most common questions we get from clients before our appointments is, “What kind of containers should I get before you come?” The answer is none! Before you spend hours trying to find the perfect container bins, you should first go through everything. You only

May 23, 2016 Work Smarter Not Harder

Work Smarter, Not Harder.  It's an oldie, but a goodie.  Summer is right around the corner and for many of us this means that life speeds up, not slows down.  With kids home from school, trips to be taken, and the sun to enjoy, often

May 5, 2016 Organize Now, Not When Your Home Is for Sale

We work with many real estate agents and their clients to prepare a home to put on the market. Do you know what we hear most from the homeowner? “Why did I wait this long to get organized?” That’s a great question!  Why wait when you can

April 18, 2016 How To – Spring Clean Your Home Office

Winter has come and gone.  Well, and kind of come back again.  But have no fear, it will eventually be Spring!  To prepare, check out our favorite tips for how to spring clean your home office.   Purge Just like the sky clears up and lets the sunlight

April 4, 2016 How To – Get your Family On Board with Organizing

How To – Get your Family On Board. Part 1 Having a clean house while raising children often times seems like an oxi-moron and without a lot of support and a lot of time, the Pottery Barn catalog picture may be unrealistic for many of us with

March 21, 2016 March Madness – A Time Management Trick

March Madness – A Time Management Trick I was recently working with a client who had called to get her office organized. She was frustrated by piles of paperwork around her home office. She wanted help to create a filing system for her home and business

March 7, 2016 Book Club – A Twist of Lyme

Book Club - A Twist of Lyme “A Twist of Lyme – Battling a Disease that Doesn’t Exist” is author Andrea Caesar’s personal memoir, in which she bravely narrates her difficult battle with Borrelia burgdorferi, better known as Lyme disease. She shares her intimate stories to

February 29, 2016 Student Organizing Tips

Student Organizing Tips The first semester of school has come and gone. How have your kids survived? For many children, especially those who started middle or high school for the first time the first semester can be tricky. A new set of expectations, a new type

February 22, 2016 How To Organize Your Snow Day

How to Organize the Snow Day Snow days are the perfect opportunity to organize with your whole family. Remember back in November when we couldn’t wait for the first snow storm? Daydreams of sledding, snowmen, hot chocolate and cuddling by the fire filled the air. Here

February 15, 2016 Why Didn’t My Planner Fix My Life?

Why Didn’t My Planner Fix My Life? Disclaimer: I’m addicted to my planner. I love it and don’t want to live without it. I know that I am of the electronic generation and am expected to track my life on my phone, but I love my

January 25, 2016 Chronic Disorganization

Many people are not familiar with the term chronic disorganization, but even if they don’t know the term, they know what it is like to live with it. According to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, chronic disorganization is defined as a person having: A past

January 11, 2016 To Resolve or Not To Resolve – That is the Question

To Resolve or Not To Resolve – That is the Question 2016 will be here in a matter of days. Already the internet is streaming with New Year’s Resolutions tips and ideas. Gyms are advertising special rates for new sign ups, health food stores are stocking