We're only a little more than 100 days away from the end of the year, so to get us through the rest of 2020. To be more prepared for whatever the holidays bring this year, here are 40 organizing ideas you can use between now
Decluttering and organizing are hard tasks, and breaking through the emotional barrier of decluttering can be almost impossible. A lot of times, you’re being asked (or asking yourself) to consider getting rid of something that either elicits a visceral response or is loaded with history.
Clutter is the enemy of organization, but these declutter tips are ones you can put to use right away and see a big difference. Sort the Mail When You Receive It Sort your mail standing over your trash can. I don't know what your mailbox looks like,
We love Marie Kondo and have reviewed both of her books, Spark Joy and The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. As we enter a new month, a new year, and a new decade, there is no better time to dust off her books and KonMari your New
We've gathered our favorite organizing tips to help you get off to a great start in the new year. Have more ideas? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook! Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals Whatever your project, the most important thing you can do for
In Women with Attention Deficit Disorder, Solden explains how intrusive ADHD can be to a woman in her daily life and how disorganization impacts it.
These 4 downsizing hacks can help you start the new year with a new mindset, less clutter, and more motivation toward keeping your home and life organized.
Winter doesn’t have to be dreary, and the cold weather can encourage you to consider organizing projects that you wouldn’t have thought of otherwise.
Removing clutter from your home is a great way to stay organized, but when things are messy, it can be hard to see where the clutter begins and ends. It may also be overwhelming at first glance to decide what to keep and what to