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
As the country begins to reopen, people who have been waiting for a safe time to make major life changes - jobs, living situation, or moving - may suddenly feel pressured to make those changes. There are a lot of things you can do to
With most states pushing out the date for social distancing to at least the end of April if not longer, we're going to have to start getting creative with how to use our time. We're offering free training days every Friday, where we help you
Do you have chronic disorganization? We all have areas of our lives in which we're less organized than we'd like to be. We all have interruptions to life (illness, death in the family, moving or changing jobs, etc.). These events impede our ability to be
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
A daily-weekly-monthly cleaning routine helps organize your home without too much overwhelm or long hours wasting your weekend cleaning.
It's easy to become overwhelmed thinking about organizing your home or starting a project. We help you learn how to eliminate overwhelm in organizing.
We cannot get rid of everything we own, but clutter causes stress. These organizing hacks can help us keep our space stress free and store our stuff.