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  • Two things that make all the difference

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    Elizabeth
    12 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    It all started on Friday, April 17. I had driven from Sioux Falls to Orange City, IA to visit mom and take her out for coffee and a drive around town. I almost didn’t come. I had so much to do of things I felt at that time were important. Of course, they were not as important as mom. We had a great morning together and before I left I got her settled in for her nap. Heartbreaking That afternoon at 4 pm my brother, Jack, called me. Mom had fallen down 9 stairs. 9! She fell on her face and broke her nose, fractures in her face, possible neck fracture, and a broken wrist. My heart broke…
  • The Highest Appreciation

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    MonicaRicci
    25 May 2015 | 4:03 am
    "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy PS: Follow me on Twitter and Facebook and if you like this information, share it by clicking the social bookmarking links above and below the post. Thanks for sharing!
  • 7 Common Organizing Mistakes You Might Be Making

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    Aby Garvey
    20 May 2015 | 8:16 am
    After over a decade of professional organizing, I’ve encountered common organizing mistakes time and time again. These mistakes can be paralyzing, making it difficult (if not impossible) to get started or keep moving forward on your organizing projects. But the good news is this: once you know the most common organizing mistakes, if you recognize them in yourself, the fixes are really straightforward. So read on to discover 7 common organizing mistakes, and what to do about them. Organizing Mistake #1: Trying to find the perfect place to begin. Not knowing where to begin is a classic…
  • 11 Tips for a Great High School Graduation Party

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    Molly Gold
    5 May 2015 | 5:30 am
    High school graduation season is upon us and if you are anything like me, you’ll want this event to be as perfect as can be. Last year our oldest graduated from high school and I was amazed at what a meaningful time it was not just for him for for our entire family as well.  To celebrate this special time in our son’s life, we hosted a graduation party for family and our very closest friends. The kickoff to a whirlwind graduation weekend that included Baccalaureate and his actual graduation too, my house was full of activity, hosting meals and having so very much fun.  It was a…
  • Gamify Your Day By Taking Smart Breaks

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    Paul H. Burton
    3 May 2015 | 8:05 am
    Be Smart, Take Breaks The mind is not a marathon runner; it’s a sprinter. Decision fatigue sets in and performance suffers. Filling the mental energy tank back up is easy, just take a break. Think of it this way: The mind is a product of the brain. The brain is an organ. Organs need rest and nutrition to perform at peak levels. As obvious as this seems, we persist in believing that working longer and harder produces the best result. The reality is that success – of any kind – comes from working better and faster. The first step to better/faster is to keep the main engine…
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  • The Highest Appreciation

    MonicaRicci
    25 May 2015 | 4:03 am
    "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy PS: Follow me on Twitter and Facebook and if you like this information, share it by clicking the social bookmarking links above and below the post. Thanks for sharing!
  • Excellence

    MonicaRicci
    18 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    "Excellence is not a singular act but a habit. You are what you do repeatedly." ~Shaquille O’Neal PS: Follow me on Twitter and Facebook and if you like this information, share it by clicking the social bookmarking links above and below the post. Thanks for sharing!
  • Is Your Clutter Active or Passive?

    MonicaRicci
    14 May 2015 | 6:04 am
    "I can't believe I kept all this crap!"  That's what a recent small business owner client as we worked together to process and organize several years' accumulation of old business papers. We went through box after box of client files, employee files, loose papers, financial statements and contracts. In the process, through my direction and experienced questioning and his sharp decision-making skills, we condensed nine full bankers' boxes to just two boxes and created new file categories in a single work session. As amazed as he was with the speed of our work, he was equally shocked at the…
  • Your Most Valuable Thing

    MonicaRicci
    11 May 2015 | 3:57 am
     "Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend." ~Theophrastus PS: Follow me on Twitter and Facebook and if you like this information, share it by clicking the social bookmarking links above and below the post. Thanks for sharing!
  • Please Don't Avoid The Camera

    MonicaRicci
    7 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    "I'm too old." "I look fat." "I look terrible in pictures."   Earlier this week I organized several hundred of my client's digital photos to be included in a slide show for an upcoming family event. My client is a busy career woman and mother of four, and during our work together, I discovered that her mother had passed away in 2010. As I pulled together the best photos for her slide show project, I couldn't help but notice that images of her late mother were few and far between, despite that she had lived with her daughter for several years helping to raise her granddaughter.  Here's a…
 
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  • 7 Common Organizing Mistakes You Might Be Making

    Aby Garvey
    20 May 2015 | 8:16 am
    After over a decade of professional organizing, I’ve encountered common organizing mistakes time and time again. These mistakes can be paralyzing, making it difficult (if not impossible) to get started or keep moving forward on your organizing projects. But the good news is this: once you know the most common organizing mistakes, if you recognize them in yourself, the fixes are really straightforward. So read on to discover 7 common organizing mistakes, and what to do about them. Organizing Mistake #1: Trying to find the perfect place to begin. Not knowing where to begin is a classic…
  • Organizational Slippery Slopes

    Aby Garvey
    15 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Imagine yourself climbing a hill. A steep hill. At the top of the hill is everything you’ve ever wanted—happy and loving relationships, a sense of peace and well being, time to enjoy the things you truly love to do, an organized home that nurtures and recharges you. Now, imagine that this hill is made of glass. And you’re wearing socks. And cotton gloves. Everything you want is in sight and sometimes, when you try really hard, it’s even within your reach. And yet, you never make it to the top of the hill, constantly sliding back down the slippery slope. Whew. Frustrating isn’t it?
  • The Comparison Trap

    Aby Garvey
    6 May 2015 | 8:54 am
    This past weekend I participated in my fourth half marathon. After battling a foot injury since January, I went into this race filled with doubt. I wasn’t really sure if I would be able to finish, but I knew I was determined to try. I started the race with a couple of my running buddies. I knew I wouldn’t see them for long because, as I’ve gotten slower, they’ve gotten faster. A lot faster. Sure enough, before the 1 mile mark they were out of my sight, leaving me nearly 2 ½ hours to run alone…well, as alone as you can be in a race with 35,000 participants.  This alone time…
  • May Get Organized Checklist

    Aby Garvey
    30 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    Wow, we’re getting ready to start the month of May—my favorite month of the year! It’s my birthday month, and my anniversary month, but even more, May is usually a great month to spend some time outside. What’s on your to-do list this May? Here’s this month’s Get Organized Checklist. Set your goals for the month. Create some just-for-fun goals for the summer. That’s right—goals don’t have to be just about serious stuff. With summer just around the corner, why not set some just-for-fun goals that you can work on over the next few months? Check your monthly tickler…
  • Hiding in Plain Sight: Back-of-the-door Organizing

    Nancy Vorsanger
    29 Apr 2015 | 8:18 am
    The backs of doors are some of the best storage spaces in your home. Think about it. We all have doors—tall doors to closets or rooms, or smaller cabinet doors in kitchens or bathrooms. That’s a lot of surface area that can keep all sorts of items nearby, yet out of the way and organized. You may already have some hooks on your doors for coats or robes, or perhaps a shoe organizer for shoes or other items. But are you making full use of these valuable spaces? I love using the backs of doors for storage. It’s so convenient—I can quickly find and grab what I need. (It’s much easier…
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  • 11 Tips for a Great High School Graduation Party

    Molly Gold
    5 May 2015 | 5:30 am
    High school graduation season is upon us and if you are anything like me, you’ll want this event to be as perfect as can be. Last year our oldest graduated from high school and I was amazed at what a meaningful time it was not just for him for for our entire family as well.  To celebrate this special time in our son’s life, we hosted a graduation party for family and our very closest friends. The kickoff to a whirlwind graduation weekend that included Baccalaureate and his actual graduation too, my house was full of activity, hosting meals and having so very much fun.  It was a…
  • How to Organize Your Pantry with Lazy Susans

    Molly Gold
    4 May 2015 | 10:47 am
    Today we are talking about how to use Lazy Susans in your pantry. I’ve had the same size pantry for 17 years. Purely a coincidence the house I lived in for seven years before this one happens to have the exact same pantry design as the home I currently have lived in for ten. Actually you’ll see that my pantry is not outfitted with a custom organization solution and it has a hard right angle in the back. I finally figured out that Lazy Susans are the way to maximize that corner ~ and no, I don’t know what it took me so long to figure this out! So here are the five ways Lazy…
  • Memorabilia Organizing Tips for May

    Molly Gold
    1 May 2015 | 5:30 am
    May is the month that seems to deliver more keepsakes than any other time of year. From photos to greeting cards, certificates and awards, treasured artwork and photos from special events, May is game on for things coming into your home that have a very special meaning. But the challenge is knowing exactly what to do with all that stuff. Which is why we so often put off tasks related to memorabilia. We have sentimental feelings associated with that stuff and it can be hard to discern what’s really worth keeping. And once we decide to keep it, what to actually do with it. If you…
  • Rainy Day Must Haves {What to Pack for Disney}

    Molly Gold
    30 Apr 2015 | 7:13 am
    Today I am at Hollywood Studios as part of our visit during the #WDWBigFun Tween Fam Trip and unfortunately it has been raining. Its actually been pouring, like buckets of rain oh my gosh its colder than I want it to be wind blowing rain in your face kind of rain and then it stops…for a bit.  And let’s face it, if you have rain on your vacation it can make for a miserable day and that can be hard to manage no matter what ages your kids may be. So today I’ve got some great tips on rainy day must haves that will make it a lot easier to keep the magic alive! Mini Umbrellas Pack…
  • Fun Activities for Teacher Appreciation Week

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    29 Apr 2015 | 9:45 am
    For Room Moms all over the country, its game on for deciding what to do for National Education Associations’ Teacher Appreciation Week.  Because it so often falls the week before Mother’s Day, it can be a busy time for volunteers at home and at school.  Most PTAs provide guidelines about required activities and in some schools, this can last all week long.  A few years ago, my daughter’s school decided to mix things up and make Teacher Appreciation Week happen in just one day.  Why?  Because all the daily activity was so disruptive that it made for more mayhem than…
 
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  • Gamify Your Day By Taking Smart Breaks

    Paul H. Burton
    3 May 2015 | 8:05 am
    Be Smart, Take Breaks The mind is not a marathon runner; it’s a sprinter. Decision fatigue sets in and performance suffers. Filling the mental energy tank back up is easy, just take a break. Think of it this way: The mind is a product of the brain. The brain is an organ. Organs need rest and nutrition to perform at peak levels. As obvious as this seems, we persist in believing that working longer and harder produces the best result. The reality is that success – of any kind – comes from working better and faster. The first step to better/faster is to keep the main engine…
  • A Baker’s Dozen on Traveling Productively

    Paul H. Burton
    5 Apr 2015 | 11:06 am
    Easy Ways to Make Business Travel Better Traveling for business is often a consequence of career success. Making the experience comfortable and productive can be challenging. Ten years of traveling has taught this road warrior a few tricks for achieving that result. Best Gear Here are some arrows for the business travel quiver. Duplicate Toiletries Kit. Investing and maintaining a travel-only toiletries kit ensures that everything needed is present. The investment is minimal and the return is high during the packing and the traveling stages. Noise Canceling Headphones. Jet roar leaves ears…
  • Simple Stand-Up Desk Solution

    Paul H. Burton
    3 Mar 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Join the revolution – be healthier and more productive. My Personal Experience Everyone’s heard about stand-up desks. “Get Off Your Rear!” is the true believer’s battle cry. The pitch is that sitting all day is unhealthy and unproductive, so Stand Up. Much to my skeptical self’s surprise, I have joined their ranks. I purchased my first stand-up apparatus a year ago and haven’t looked back. To the contrary, I have pursued refinement of my standing workspace accoutrement with a vigor normally reserved for mobile technology! What’s the Difference?
  • Five Ways to Make Silence Work for You

    Paul H. Burton
    16 Feb 2015 | 11:15 am
    The Silent Symphony The modern world is a symphony of noise. The squawks and pings of mobile devices are only the latest editions to the cacophony of rings, bells, announcements, conversations and other noise-producing machinations of daily professional life. Interestingly, getting things done – being productive – is largely a result of silence. In fact, the quieter we can make our internal and external worlds, the more productive we become. Five Quiet Ways to More of Less Here are five ways to leverage short periods of silence during the frenetic day: Engagement. When we listen…
  • Mini-Monk Mode Sharpens Focus And Increases Productivity

    Paul H. Burton
    6 Jan 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Short Bursts of Quiet In his book “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less,” Greg McKeown refers to getting focused as being in the “Monk Mode.” The benefit to the Monk Mode is greater and higher quality work product. Given our time-starved world, it might be more effective to find Mini-Monk Modes throughout our day. Here are some ways to do that: Silent Times. Seek out short periods during the day—like 20 minutes—during which you grant yourself permission to work uninterrupted. This may be first thing in the morning or after the proverbial dust settles at…
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  • Two things that make all the difference

    Elizabeth
    12 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    It all started on Friday, April 17. I had driven from Sioux Falls to Orange City, IA to visit mom and take her out for coffee and a drive around town. I almost didn’t come. I had so much to do of things I felt at that time were important. Of course, they were not as important as mom. We had a great morning together and before I left I got her settled in for her nap. Heartbreaking That afternoon at 4 pm my brother, Jack, called me. Mom had fallen down 9 stairs. 9! She fell on her face and broke her nose, fractures in her face, possible neck fracture, and a broken wrist. My heart broke…
  • Self-Care Sanity: Idea #31 – The Gift of Love

    Elizabeth
    1 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    When I grew up the words “I love you” were seldom heard. It wasn’t that I wasn’t loved but I believe with my parent’s generation these words were not said easily. With my children I made sure it was the exact opposite. I told them all the time they were loved. To this day, even though they are adults, we don’t end a phone conversation without saying “I love you.” I am so happy to say that toward the end of my dad’s life he had no trouble sharing his love for me. We had some priceless times together when he was in hospice. Today I ask you…
  • Self-Care Sanity: Idea #30 – The Gift of Holding Hands

    Elizabeth
    30 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    Sometimes the best way to practice self-care is the simplest. Reach out today and hold someone’s hand. Yes, it’s that simple. The most precious hand for me to hold is the hand of my 91-year old mother. Recently she had a very bad fall and has been in the hospital and every day I hold her hand. We are blessed to still have her with us. Whose hand will you hold today? What are you waiting for? Related posts: Self-Care Sanity: Idea #26 – The Gift of Hands & Feet Self-Care Sanity: Idea #8 – The Gift of Making Someone’s Day Self-Care Sanity: Idea #23 – The…
  • Self-Care Sanity: Idea #29 – The Gift of a New Look

    Elizabeth
    29 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    How do you feel about your makeup lately? Perhaps a bit drab? Maybe it’s time to hop over to your favorite makeup counter for a new look. It’s amazing what they can do with just a few new products that give a new ‘glow’ to our face and a new outlook on life. Or, do it yourself by going to the makeup section and choose products for a new look. This may mean you need to get out of your comfort zone a bit but that’s ok! What are you waiting for? Related posts: Self-Care Sanity: Idea #8 – The Gift of Making Someone’s Day Self-Care Sanity: Idea #17 –…
  • Self-Care Sanity: Idea #28 – The Gift of Pictures

    Elizabeth
    28 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    With the ease of smart phones we can take a lot of pictures we never really take time to look at and enjoy. Now they are stored in our camera or hopefully uploaded to our computer. Back in the old days when we actually had a camera we would drop off the film to get developed and we would at least look through them before stuffing into a box for ‘someday’! I want you to go into your phone or computer and take some time to enjoy the memories and emotions these pictures bring to you. What are you waiting for? Related posts: Self-Care Sanity: Idea #2 – The Gift of a Chat Self-Care…
 
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  • Feng Shui Secrets: How The Five Elements Can Change Your Life

    Ann
    29 Apr 2015 | 2:12 pm
    As the basic building blocks of life, the Five Elements — Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water — are critical for your happiness and success.     By activating your strong yet “invisible” intentions through the symbolic power of physical objects, the Five Elements are one of two main tools that Feng Shui uses to to create positive change in your life (the other is the Bagua Energy Map). But even though they are SO important in Feng Shui, the Five Elements are one of its least-understood aspects. Using them wisely brings you into balance and creates healthy…
  • You’re Invited: Join Me At A Feng Shui & Color Meetup on May 6!

    Ann
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:15 am
    If you’re in NYC on May 6 I hope you’ll join me for a fun design Meetup where I’ll be exploring the great benefits of Color and Feng Shui. Meet other design-spirited New Yorkers in the lounge at The Local NY for an evening about the impact of color in our lives. RED or YELLOW, BLUE or GREEN? The Power of Feng Shui & Color Color is everywhere, but which are best for creating positive energy and change in your life? Join me as I discuss what various colors mean and how you can use them to enhance your space, attract the energy you desire, and bring balance and harmony…
  • Where Should I Place My Aquarium for Good Feng Shui?

    Ann
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:10 am
    An aquarium can be one of the best things you do to create good Feng Shui in your home or office. To begin with, having any kind of pet is excellent Feng Shui — something to care about and nurture just as you nurture yourself every day. Just as important, an aquarium is unusually powerful in that it contains more Feng Shui symbolism than most individual objects. Therefore, when you bring an aquarium into your home or office, it’s essential to set it up properly so that it can bring its benefits most fully into your life. Set up your aquarium using Feng Shui as your guide, and…
  • Top Feng Shui Tips When You Work From Home, Part 2

    Ann
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:52 am
    When you work from home, good workspace Feng Shui helps you in two essential ways: –> With a less-stressful environment you bring good Chi energy to the success of your business. –> With your intentions firmly anchored and activated you’re better equipped to recognize opportunities and do your best work, every single day. In Part 1 of this series, we took a look at the basics of setting up an office or workspace at home with Feng Shui. Here in Part 2 I go over the Feng Shui fine-tuning that’s necessary for you to work at home in the most focussed, creative and…
  • Top Feng Shui Tips When You Work From Home, Part 1

    Ann
    2 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    Are you one of the many people who work from home? As an entrepreneur or a long-distance worker it’s important to set up your home office with good Feng Shui so you can be as successful as possible. Working from home has its advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side you can set your own schedule, wear what you like and gain back travel time into your day. On the other hand your personal life can more easily intrude so it can be tougher to focus and achieve your business goals. Feng Shui helps you get the most out of working from home. Follow these top Feng Shui tips for your home…
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  • Organizing Piles

    Kathi Burns
    25 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Dear Kathi, I seem to spend my time constantly tackling piles around my house. I often get rid of two-three piles a week but when I turn around, another one has suddenly materialized. Nothing I do seems to permanently remove the piles from my life. How can I stop this madness? Debora, Cardiff Debora, Congratulations on tackling two-three piles per week! It appears that you are determined to win in this battle. Piles beget piles. This means that if we put away everything but one item from a pile, it will reproduce another pile as if by magic. When you tackle piles, do not stop until each and…
  • The Problems Of Clutter When Working From Home

    Kathi Burns
    23 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    If you are an ecommerce entrepreneur working from home you may find yourself overwhelmed with clutter, especially if you have a small home or a lack of storage facilities. If someone is only running a small online store they will quite often compromise by storing their stock in a home garage or loft instead of renting out storage facilities. This may be a necessity in the early stages of a business but if you begin to grow more successful then your increasing amount of stock may cause a problem in your home. The problem with storing stock at home If you are storing a large amount of stock or…
  • Organizing Collections

    Kathi Burns
    21 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Dear Kathi, I like to collect shot glasses and sports memorabilia. My wife is fed up with them lying around the house and is threatening to throw them out if I don’t do something with them soon. What can I do to salvage my collection and keep the peace in my home? Ed R., Carlsbad Ed, Gather your shot glasses and memorabilia together. Take inventories and decide if you need to keep every item. Are some items damaged or in poor condition? Try to let go of the items that aren’t in excellent condition. This will typically make your remaining collection more valuable. Create or buy…
  • Finding a little black dress that fits

    Kathi Burns
    19 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Kathi, I just graduated from college and I keep hearing that every girl should own a little black dress. I am a size 14 and feel like I will have a hard time finding a little black dress that fits. I have a few events coming up during the holidays and now want to own a little black dress. How do I go about finding this piece? Jolene, San Marcos Jolene, Don’t get alarmed about finding a ‘little’ black dress just because you are a size 14. The majority of women in the US are a size 12 or 14. The idea behind the ‘little’ black dress is that it flatters your figure and makes…
  • Garage Playroom Before & After

    Kathi Burns
    17 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Before: Can you believe 2 little boys can make this much of a mess? Of course you can. These boys had too many toys and they were taking over the garage.   After: We needed to create zones to keep the toys and other garage essentials contained. Our zones were: music, bikes and vehicles, working out, lego/trains, and outside toys/sports equipment. We laid down foam squares to mark the lego/train zone and keep it contained. We created 2 bins with each boys’ name for the toys that they don’t share so they are each responsible for their own toys. We lined up all of the bicycles…
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  • Converting Your Paper Filing System to Paper Tiger

    Janet Baker
    13 May 2015 | 10:06 am
    Does organizing your filing system seem overwhelming? Are you thinking that converting your files to Paper Tiger filing system is just not worth it? Do you have an office full of stacks and stacks of paper to be filed and lots of file drawers to convert? Maybe the better question is, do you have trouble [...]
  • Work SMART! Getting Organized Doesn’t Have to Be Hard!

    Janet Baker
    6 May 2015 | 6:53 am
    It can be overwhelming just thinking about what you have to do and the decisions you have to make to get organized. You might be tempted to give up before you start – but don’t! Whether you’re organizing your desk drawers, filing cabinets, a stack of paper files, a closet, attic, or the garage, Paper [...]
  • How do you manage files that you keep for reference?

    Janet Baker
    5 May 2015 | 5:52 am
    When using Paper Tiger, you have the decision as to how you want to differentiate your types of files by creating what we call ‘Locations’ in the database. A Location is a group of like items, and could relate to where you will store your physical items or could relate to the types of physical [...]
  • Action Files (Temporary and Permanent Action, and Tickler File System)

    Janet Baker
    1 May 2015 | 12:41 pm
    When you have an action to perform, don’t stick the paper reminder in a stack of other action items. That will cause you to miss deadlines. Create a system that will help you stay on top of what you need to do. Hopefully the action filing system tips below will help you work more focused, [...]
  • Do You Need to Organize Your Garage?

    Janet Baker
    18 Apr 2015 | 7:15 pm
    Your garage may not look like the picture above, but remember the time when you were able to park at least one car in your two car garage? Or maybe your garage has been in a state of disarray for as long as you have owned your home. Many homeowners make the mistake of putting [...]
 
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  • Menu Plan Monday ~ May 25/15

    Laura Wittman
    25 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Hey friends!  Happy Monday to you, especially those of you in the US who are enjoying an extra day off today.  Since it’s likely to be quite around here today, I’ll keep this short and sweet.  If you are still looking for recipes for your menu plan here are some summer recipe roundups that you […]Click here to keep reading on the blog -----> Menu Plan Monday ~ May 25/15
  • How to Organize Exercise Clothing

    Laura Wittman
    23 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    The following is a guest post from my newest regular contributor, Katie at Organizing Moms.  Welcome Katie! Are you trying to get into the habit of exercising first thing in the morning? When I first started getting up early to do a morning run, one of my biggest stumbling blocks was being able to find […]Click here to keep reading on the blog -----> How to Organize Exercise Clothing
  • Weekly Organizing Links: Become Intentional, Chore Kits, Tackle Procrastination + more!

    Laura Wittman
    22 May 2015 | 10:37 am
    Hey y’all!  How are you this lovely Friday?  Last weekend I half organized my backyard shed.  I can’t finish it until I get all our deck furniture out of there and I can’t do that until we stain the deck.  Isn’t that how it goes sometimes?  One project depends on another for completion.  I did […]Click here to keep reading on the blog -----> Weekly Organizing Links: Become Intentional, Chore Kits, Tackle Procrastination + more!
  • Life After Decluttering – What’s Next?

    Laura Wittman
    21 May 2015 | 6:23 am
    The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Emily at So Damn Domestic. What’s life after decluttering like? …AFTER decluttering? You mean there’s an end? Yep. There is. At least, there can be. If you work as quickly as you can AND keep more clutter from coming in (Step 4 in this post), you […]Click here to keep reading on the blog -----> Life After Decluttering – What’s Next?
  • Why You Keep Losing Your Stuff and How to Find It

    Laura Wittman
    20 May 2015 | 11:48 am
    People lose things all the time but is anyone really surprised when they lose something? Think about it, if every time you walk in the door you set your keys down somewhere different it is no wonder you can’t find them the next time you need them. Your mind will immediately take you back to […]Click here to keep reading on the blog -----> Why You Keep Losing Your Stuff and How to Find It
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  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-25-2015

    Ramona
    25 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Selfishness is not living as one wishes, it's asking others to live as one wishes. (O. Wilde) — The first is fulfillment. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-25-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-24-2015

    Ramona
    24 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    The easiest person to deceive is oneself. (E. Lytton) — Because you're the least likely one to suspect yourself of lying. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-24-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-23-2015

    Ramona
    23 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Every time we say 'Let there be!' in any form, something happens. (S.T. Mann) — We need to exercise that power more often! (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-23-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-22-2015

    Ramona
    22 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    The way I change life is to act as if I'm the person I want to be. (A. Montague) — What I assume about myself becomes true. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-22-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-21-2015

    Ramona
    21 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate to buy shit we don't need. (Fight Club) — Had enough? (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-21-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
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  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-25-2015

    Ramona
    25 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Selfishness is not living as one wishes, it's asking others to live as one wishes. (O. Wilde) — The first is fulfillment. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-25-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-24-2015

    Ramona
    24 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    The easiest person to deceive is oneself. (E. Lytton) — Because you're the least likely one to suspect yourself of lying. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-24-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-23-2015

    Ramona
    23 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Every time we say 'Let there be!' in any form, something happens. (S.T. Mann) — We need to exercise that power more often! (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-23-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-22-2015

    Ramona
    22 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    The way I change life is to act as if I'm the person I want to be. (A. Montague) — What I assume about myself becomes true. (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-22-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
  • The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-21-2015

    Ramona
    21 May 2015 | 11:22 am
    Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate to buy shit we don't need. (Fight Club) — Had enough? (Ramona) #quote The post The Last Word — Ramona’s Quote Of The Day For 5-21-2015 appeared first on RamonaCreel.com.
 
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  • Are You Keeping It For the Kids? | Clutter Video Tip

    Lorie Marrero
    22 May 2015 | 8:50 am
    I want you to take a minute and think about Mother Nature and the family units in the wild. Elephants keep their calves close for a very long time while fish leave their fry as soon as they hatch. One thing they all have in common is going into the world with nothing but the skin (or scales) on their backs. Watch this video to see strategies for managing your legacy. Now, think about what birds do with their unencumbered chicks- they soar! (Click here to watch on YouTube if you can't see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdlegacy.) >  PLEASE HELP: "LIKE"-ing,…
  • Just Isn't Working? 3 Subtle Mistakes in Organized Spaces | Clutter Video Tip

    Lorie Marrero
    7 May 2015 | 3:17 pm
    Gaffes, flubs and blunders… Raise your hand if you have never made a mistake organizing your space. Me,too! ;) Watch this video to see the common mistakes people make when organizing their home. (Click here to watch on YouTube if you can't see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdmistakes.) >  PLEASE HELP: "LIKE"-ing, sharing, and commenting on these Clutter Video Tip videos on YouTube really helps me a lot to get the word out about the information we have to offer. If you like it, please go to YouTube and take only a few seconds to Like, Share, and/or…
  • Do You Have "Wannabe" Clutter in Your House? | Clutter Video Tip

    Lorie Marrero
    30 Apr 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Do you feel like you are ahead of your own time? Can you say the stuff in your home reflects the you that you are right now? Watch this video for strategies you can use to reduce your clutter and make your home more peaceful and organized. Forget the rain checks, there’s no time like the present to make your space into something you love. (Click here to watch on YouTube if you can't see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdwannabe.) >  PLEASE HELP: "LIKE"-ing, sharing, and commenting on these Clutter Video Tip videos on YouTube really helps me a lot to get the…
  • How to Organize Supplements and Medications | Clutter Video Tip

    Lorie Marrero
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:08 pm
    Mary Poppins knew how to get you to take your medicine. But how did she know what medication and supplements to give- and when? Pills, powders and prescriptions can be confusing when you are dealing with health and ailments. Watch this video to get your prescriptions in order and you will feel as lucky as lucky can be. (Click here to watch on YouTube if you can't see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdmeds.) >  PLEASE HELP: "LIKE"-ing, sharing, and commenting on these Clutter Video Tip videos on YouTube really helps me a lot to get the word out…
  • What Are The Best Hangers For Your Closet? | Clutter Video Tip

    Lorie Marrero
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:18 pm
    Joan Crawford isn’t the only one with an opinion on coat hangers. There are so many options out there; it’s easy to get frazzled. How do you choose the right solution for your closet? Don't get hung up on the options- watch this video and make the right choice for you! (Click here to watch on YouTube if you can't see the embedded player. Or watch the video at http://bit.ly/tcdhanger.) >  PLEASE HELP: "LIKE"-ing, sharing, and commenting on these Clutter Video Tip videos on YouTube really helps me a lot to get the word out about the information we have to offer. If you like it,…
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  • Happy Organized Closet Dance

    MasterOrganizing
    15 May 2015 | 4:36 pm
    It’s time to get up and dance!  Luxary closets are here! I had the honor of meeting Sharon Tindell and Erin Hogue during the TCS Closets launch at The Container Store Farmer’s Market Location.  It was really fun meeting everyone that attended! (Left to right Linda Cooper Smith, Erin Hogue (Senior Buyer at The Container Store), Sharon Tindell (Chief Merchandising Officer at The Container Store), Me, Megan Acuna, Amber Benton, and Cheryl Perkins) They were serving food and cocktails in file boxes…how cute is that?! Sharon introducing TCS Closets to everyone and raffling off…
  • Master Organizing Online Paper Boot Camp

    MasterOrganizing
    6 May 2015 | 9:43 am
        Have papers piled up? Overwhelmed by Paper Clutter? Join the Master Organizing Community and get free organizing tips and more information on the Master Organizing Online Paper Boot Camp here:http://bit.ly/MOOnlinePaperBootCamp Enrollment Opens May 8th!
  • Healthy Family Kitchen

    MasterOrganizing
    2 Apr 2015 | 8:19 pm
    Create a Healthy Family Kitchen by de-cluttering and organizing your kitchen with healthier foods. We will be sharing some tasty healthy recipes for you and your family too! healthyfamilykitchen‬ Join us for this FREE live Webinar on April 8th at 10am PST. Sign up to reserve your seat! http://bit.ly/healthyfamilykitchen
  • 30 Day Get Organized Challenge Week 3

    MasterOrganizing
    23 Jan 2015 | 4:43 pm
    Only one more week left of the 30 Day Get Organized Challenge. High five for keeping up with the challenges! If you missed any of the organizing challenges, don’t fret everyday is a new day, so here’s a recap of Week 3: Day 16 Day 17 Day 18 Day 19 Day 20 Day 21 Day 22 Day 23 Here is also Week 2 and Week 1 of the 30 Day Get Organized Challenge Which challenge did you like the most?  Which day was the most challenging for you? CONGRATULATIONS to Casey, winner of The Container Store $25 Gift Card for Week THREE of the 30 Day Get Organized Challenge! Remember to use…
  • 30 Day Get Organized Challenge Week 2

    MasterOrganizing
    16 Jan 2015 | 6:15 am
    Say What! I can’t believe we are half way through the 30 Day Get Organized Challenge!  If you missed any of the organizing challenges, don’t fret here’s a recap of Week 2: Day 9 Day 10 Day 11 Day 12 Day 13 Day 14 Day 15 Which challenge did you like the most?  Which day was the most challenging for you? CONGRATULATIONS to Iryna, winner of The Container Store $25 Gift Cardfor Week TWO of the 30 Day Get Organized Challenge! Remember to use #30DayGOchallenge and #MasterOrganizing in your posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) all month long for motivation and…
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  • Q and A: Protecting Itineraries at Trade Shows or Conferences

    Nicola
    22 May 2015 | 7:52 am
    Often times, our customers look to us to make suggestions on how to use our items. Whether they need help for a particular situation or just want more information on how to best use a product, we at C-Line are happy to guide them in the right direction! Here is a recent question we received from a customer. Question: As someone who regularly organizes and attends trade shows, I seem to always run into the same issue at these types of events. At the beginning of the show, we receive an itinerary for each day of the conference. After day one, the itinerary is bent, torn and damaged from being…
  • 5 Ways to Use Name Badges at a Bridal or Baby Shower

    Nicola
    19 May 2015 | 8:34 am
    Summer time is usually busy season for events and important occasions. If you are hosting a wedding or bridal shower this summer, C-Line has some tips on how to make your event an economically, organized affair! With a wide variety of name badge products to choose from, C-Line makes it easy to customize items to fit the shower theme, while adding personal touches to your event. See how five different products can be incorporated to make your next occasion a success! 1. Nametags: Use the “Hello My Name Is” Badges to make sure everyone gets acquainted with each other. The color variety of…
  • Tip of the Month: Binder Pockets + Portfolios = Uber Organized!

    Nicola
    13 May 2015 | 7:55 am
    When it comes to event planning, preparation is essential to making sure everything runs smoothly. Although unexpected issues can arise, being organized can help to elevate any stress. Whether coordinating a corporate event for 500 people or planning your son’s graduation party, paperwork will inevitably pile up and keeping the documents organized is key to staying prepped for the occasion. What is our suggestion at C-Line? Stay organized by combining the use of our popular Poly Portfolios with Prongs with our new Binder Pockets with Tabs in order to create your very own event planning,…
  • Before and After: Wooden Name Badge Holder

    Nicola
    30 Apr 2015 | 7:13 am
    At the beginning of the year, my brother’s company has a big sales meeting that is hosted at their corporate office. Since many of the reps are coming from different parts of the country, it is helpful to use name badges to help identify who people are. In the past, the badges have been placed on a table for the reps to pick up before the start of the conference. I suggested that my brother try using the Wooden Name Badge Holder to help keep the badges organized and speed up the time it takes to locate each badge. Before With over 300 sales reps attending the meeting, it can be hard to keep…
  • Product Sighting: Neon Shop Ticket Holders Store Student Work

    Nicola
    27 Apr 2015 | 7:02 am
    At C-Line, we love to see how our products are being used. Customers will send us pictures of our items, and it is fun to see all the different, creative ways that they can be used. Recently, a grade school teacher reached out to us and sent a picture of her classroom bulletin board. She explained how she used the Neon Shop Ticket Holder to display her students’ work. Using the holders, teachers can make the pages visible while preserving them. As you can see by the picture, each holder is attached to the bulletin board by placing a thumb tack through the metal eyelet at the top of the…
 
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    Discover Freedom Blog - Organize Your Home, Office, and Life

  • Productivity Tools Alone Can’t Save You

    Sue Becker
    19 May 2015 | 2:55 am
    There are loads of electronic gadgets and online tools to help track your to-dos and appointments (Outlook, Google Calendar, Wunderlist, etc.), capture information (Evernote, OneNote, etc.), manage your grocery list (e.g., GroceryIQ), and help with a myriad of other things that are part of surviving modern life. However, whether you use the latest electronic gadget or go old school and use paper and pencil, it’s important to have good productivity habits in place in order to make the most of your productivity tools. For example, I’ve worked with plenty of folks who use an electronic task…
  • So Much Media, So Little Time

    Sue Becker
    5 May 2015 | 4:48 am
    I was interviewed in the Chicago Tribune by a journalist who was grappling with his desire to enjoy more leisure time by watching more movies & television and reading more books. He was concerned that his lists of must-watch TV, books to read, and movies to experience kept growing, but his available media consumption time was not keeping pace. You can read the full article by finding the link in my newsletter, but I’ve summarized it here in the interest of giving you more leisure time. You’re welcome! Adding new items to your media consumption wish list without removing anything,…
  • History of Spring Cleaning: Chicago and Beyond

    Sue Becker
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:33 am
    Spring cleaning has been a mainstay for much of human history. Some say the tradition began as a Jewish practice in preparation for Passover, requiring the removal of all leavened bread from the home – right down to the crumbs. Others attribute spring cleaning to the Chinese, who clean their houses and sweep their floors of bad luck in anticipation of the Chinese New Year. As a practical matter, spring cleaning was of particular importance to those living in cold climates. The onset of winter required northerners to turn on wood-burning and, later, coal-burning furnaces, which would…
  • Time for a Closet Cleanse

    Sue Becker
    1 Apr 2015 | 4:28 am
    As we (finally) transition from winter to spring, it’s the perfect time to tackle that closet cleaning project you’ve been meaning to start. But it can be a daunting task, to say the least. Why? Because the truth is, most of us have way too many clothes to deal with. We tend to add new things and not get rid of anything. I’ve invited wardrobe consultant Nancy Pipal to offer some tips to help you pare down your overflowing closet. You might think that purging your closet is not exactly a fun ways to spend your time. So what happens? You procrastinate and ultimately end up giving in…
  • “Busy” is Not a Badge of Honor

    Sue Becker
    16 Mar 2015 | 3:44 am
    I’m surprised that I’m still surprised how often people answer “busy” when I ask them how they are. Sometimes it seems as though people view being busy as a badge of honor to be respected, and maybe even worthy of sympathy. Well I’m proudly taking off my busy badge and doing all I can to resist putting it on, even when others insist. The chaos, urgency and difficulty of being in the moment caused by being busy are just not what I want my life to be about. Sure, there are unforeseen events, like a friend’s hospitalization, that require life to be more hectic, but I resolve not to…
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  • Criteria for Decluttering

    Claire
    26 May 2015 | 2:42 am
    by Originally posted 2008-05-06 23:30:30. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIt’s simple. Whenever you’re torn about getting rid of something or keeping it, ask yourself these two questions: Do I need it? Do I love it? If the answer is yes to either one, you keep it. The post Criteria for Decluttering appeared first on Clutter Coach.
  • Calendar

    Claire
    19 May 2015 | 2:21 am
    by Originally posted 2008-10-06 16:05:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Paper vs. electronic If paper: wall or portable To do’s vs. appointments Personal vs. business Repeating events Family calendar Where to keep it When to look at it BACK The post Calendar appeared first on Clutter Coach.
  • How to hire an organizer and be happy about it

    Claire
    12 May 2015 | 1:40 am
    by Originally posted 2012-11-27 22:08:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter When I’m stumped for blog topics, or I just want to see what people are saying about organizing, I go online and surf around. Today I came across a post from someone who had a bad experience hiring an organizer. If you’ve had this issue or have read about it and been scared off hiring someone, read on. A couple with a self-proclaimed “huge problem with Stuff” hired someone to help them maximize their storage, but not pare down. That’s what they asked for. Working with a couple is tricky.
  • Procrastination Strategies

    Claire
    5 May 2015 | 1:14 am
    by Originally posted 2008-06-27 11:21:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter“Talk of the Nation” did a show about procrastination recently featuring psychology professor Timothy Pychyl and philosophy professor John Perry. I read Perry’s funny article about structured procrastination several years ago and I still laugh every time I read it. Not only that, it’s a good strategy! A very interesting point that Pychyl brought up is that there’s no evidence of the “arousal procrastinator,” that is, people who work best under pressure and let things wait until…
  • Top 10 Reasons to Hire an Organizer

    Claire
    28 Apr 2015 | 12:17 am
    by Originally posted 2011-08-09 10:40:47. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIs getting organized on your to-do list? You’re not alone. Unfortunately, for most folks, it just stays on the to-do list, year after year. See if any of these scenarios sounds familiar. If they do, I can help. You want to have guests over without stashing things in the bathtub and praying no one looks behind the shower curtain You moved in two months ago and are sick and tired of pawing through those unpacked boxes to find your stuff You want to know what’s inside a drawer, before you even open it! What a…
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  • Happy National Bike Week!

    Elizabeth
    20 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    May is National Bike Month, and the third week in May is National Bike Week. If you haven’t already, go ahead and pull out that bike and start getting active! Enjoy your biking season, and let us worry about how you will store your bike after the summer months. Organize-It has some secure, space saving, and effective solutions for off season bike storage. Here are some options you may want to implement for the times your bike needs a break. For those bike enthusiasts who travel, we have car bike racks that offer support and a safe transport to and from your destination. There is an…
  • Organize-It Spring Workshop Recap

    Elizabeth
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:59 am
    On Saturday, April 11th 2015, Organize-It hosted their Spring Workshop! The Spring Workshop was brought to life by the Organize-It closet design team and Professional Organizer, Karri Wilson from Mission Accomplished. The Closet Specialists, Mike Korenchuk and Marilyn Sclafani, highlighted the different closet designs, imperative closet functions, and what the Organize-It store can offer everybody. Karri Wilson then spoke on how to organize your closet and keep it organized in a process that works for you! “There’s no ‘right way’ to organize your closet. You have to…
  • Before Your Closet Consultation

    Elizabeth
    16 Mar 2015 | 8:43 am
    We have helped thousands of customers bring order to their homes and lives with this service. Our easy process: Call me at your convenience and we’ll discuss: Shoe storage requirements How you prefer to hang your slacks Space required for “long hang” garments (dresses, robes, etc.) Whether you require socks and underwear drawers for “one stop dressing” within the closet space Wall dimensions and how to measure Ceiling height Obstructions (light switches, electrical outlets, HVAC registers, and access panels) Door type/door swing A budget for the project The actual design session…
  • Valentine’s Day Shopping For Him

    Elizabeth
    6 Feb 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Shopping for him again, your husband, boyfriend, or “friend,” right?  You need to find something to give them for Valentine’s Day. You want it to be something they’ll use, but not overly romantic? It’s a good thing you’re reading this blog! We’ve got some products men love and they would make for wonderful Valentine’s Day gifts this year. A New Closet could be something for the both of you! Organize-It has been helping you design your own custom closet designs for 18 years. Meeting with a design specialist is absolutely free, and our 3D CAD…
  • Superbowl Party Secrets

    Elizabeth
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:47 am
    Superbowl parties are all about appetizers, casual dress jersey wearing, drinking beer, and watching the game surrounded by friends. This means the fine china stays packed away and your Sunday best is not required this weekend. Here are some Superbowl party secrets you’ll need to know in order to help you make it through the party, while limiting mess and stress, but still trying to impress. Tip #1: Bring out the party buckets and coolers!  Don’t worry about stocking up in your fridge, or leaving the beers on the table to get warm. When you know that you will have a house full…
 
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  • Watch This Commerical. Do Vacuum-Compressed Storage Bags Encourage Hoarding?

    John Trosko, Los Angeles Professional Organizer
    21 May 2015 | 10:49 pm
    Ziplock Space Bag commercial screenshot - this gal is hoarding pillows inside her kitchen cabinets and her partner isn't thrilled. As a professional organizer I am often asked about my thoughts on vacuum-compressed storage bags. It seems like people have a love-hate relationship with them (you either love them, or hate them). In fact, I was most recently asked about them for a Tips for Storing Winter Clothing piece for About.com. My thoughts on vacuum-compressed storage bags "John (in About.com): If you don’t have room for large plastic bins, plastic vacuumed compressed storage bags are a…
  • Terry's Fabrics: Interior Design Insights with John Trosko

    John Trosko, Los Angeles Professional Organizer
    6 May 2015 | 6:54 pm
    This past week Terry's Fabrics, a United Kingdom based fabric and home furnishings store asked me to participate in some trend-forecasting for their "Designer Insights" series. Not only do I choose my top pics of the season, but I talk about my design style and aesthetic, creative process and who inspires my work. I also provided advise for people looking to follow in my footsteps as a professional organizer.  Click here to read the interview. Organizing product trends for 2015 What are the hot new trends for organizing products in 2015? Simple: Everything metallic and copper (storage boxes,…
  • Big Bang Theory Actress Mayim Bialik Hires an Organizer And You'll Never Guess What Happened

    John Trosko, Los Angeles Professional Organizer
    3 Mar 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Big Bang's Mayim Bialik seems to be happy to have hired a Professional Organizer; her results really opened her eyes.  (photo) We don't think we've ever seen someone write about their celebrity organizing experience like Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik wrote about recently. Best known for her lead role in the 1990s NBC sitcom Blossom, as well as her current role as Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS' The Big Bang Theory, Mayim really, really opened up on Kveller, a Jewish parenting blog and you've got to see this. Nervous and brave: "I have been told to do for years but resisted and finally gave in…
  • Hollywood's Hottest Geek Olivia Munn Loves A Shipshape Bedroom

    John Trosko, Los Angeles Professional Organizer
    25 Feb 2015 | 12:08 pm
    Magic Mike Actress Olivia Munn at the front door of her very organized and clutter-free Hollywood Hills home The film Magic Mike might be focused on romance in the bedroom, but the Actress who starred in the original film is all business, proclaiming that she cannot stand clutter and prioritizes keeping things neat and tidy. Olivia Munn is widely regarded as Hollywood's hottest geek. [Coveteur] Olivia Munn and her four siblings grew up in a military family where they collected items from their travels, including Japan. “There were knickknacks all over the place, all those little ceramic…
  • Organizing Emergency: Should You Use Dry Cleaning Bags For Clothing Storage?

    John Trosko, Los Angeles Professional Organizer
    9 Feb 2015 | 10:07 pm
    Can dry cleaner bags really harm your clothes? Barbie B., a Malibu Realtor wrote us the following question recently and agreed to have us feature her on the OrganizingLA "Organizing Emergency" section. "Is it okay to store clothing garments in dry cleaner bags? And for garments that aren’t worn often and are prone to dust or are delicate and need some TLC, what type of bags do you prefer? I would love to use something clear." Hi Barbie!Plastic bags from the dry cleaner are placed on the clothes at cleaner's facilities for protection ONLY.  To keep them in "cleaned" condition when they're…
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    Value of Simple

  • The Missing Connection Between Money, People, and Wellness with Joan Sotkin – SASM 074

    Joel Zaslofsky
    18 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Let’s start with what you won’t hear in this episode. First, you won’t hear me backing away from my mic to repeatedly laugh at Joan Sotkin’s hilarity. That happened numerous times. Second, you won’t hear Joan make excuses for herself or apologize for the person she’s become. Most people without working adrenal glands are miserable, but Joan is grateful that hers are toast. Most people are self-conscious about strange facial expressions, but Joan owns her eyebrows. Publicly, she bills herself as a holistic business and money coach who helps folks like me and…
  • How I Demoted Money and Promoted Peace of Mind

    Guest Post
    11 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Joel’s note: this is a community story from Chelsea Baldwin In theory, we all know that money is simply a means to an end. But in practice, we blow it up into this thing that’s so important that we let it control our lives. Money decides where we live, what career paths we pursue, and can even get in the way of our precious relationships. It seems crazy, doesn’t it? We let a practical resource carry so much weight that it’s ranking for ending marriages is just below domestic violence. Similarly, food is a means to an end, but I don’t know of any couples who have broken up over…
  • The Experience Curator: Calorie Myths, The Intentional Life, and Humans vs. Algorithms Edition

    Joel Zaslofsky
    9 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    The Experience Curator is a periodic series giving you the most fascinating, exceptional, or fun moments from 5,000 BCE through today. From online content to offline stories to tantalizing tidbits, there’s plenty here to resonate with anyone (including you). This edition features debunking a few million calorie myths, what it means to live intentionally, and who gets to claim authority over our culture and experiences. Oh … and a toddler-related resource that might make you pee your pants (with laughter). Grab a beverage, remove your distractions, and let’s explore a combination of…
  • How to Find the Gold Inside When Life Piles on the Clay with Sean Rogers, “Ambassador of Water” – SASM 073

    Joel Zaslofsky
    4 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Let’s talk water. But not the kind you drink or that falls from the sky. Let’s talk about the water you can kayak on. Ooooooh … yeah. Can you feel your stress melting away and your connection with nature going crazy? This episode’s guest – Sean Rogers of Flotilla Flagship – is a self-proclaimed “Ambassador of Water” and I totally get it. You’ll hear all about his plans to get people into self-service kayaks across the United States … but really? It’s the reason why he’s so passionate about kayaking that’s super groovy. I met Sean…
  • From Desperately Lost to Intentionally Found: 5 Years of Striking Personal Renaissance Highs (and a Few Lows) – SASM 072

    Joel Zaslofsky
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    What can happen in five glorious years of a personal renaissance? Apparently a ton. Publishing this SASM episode marks the five-year anniversary of my personal renaissance – my term for a rapid and expansive inner evolution – and it’s been a heckuva ride. So I’m inviting you to celebrate this milestone with me. Let’s pay tribute together to the role that amazing individuals or communities can have in our lives. You might hear me say “I” a lot in this episode, but really, it’s all about you. My wedding day, the birth of my sons, the time I almost had an…
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  • Personal Style Coaching : 1+1 Call

    Geralin Thomas
    11 May 2015 | 4:15 pm
    ckka [do_widget id=text-70] The post Personal Style Coaching : 1+1 Call appeared first on Metropolitan Organizing ®.
  • From Hoarding to Hope

    Geralin Thomas
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Geralin Thomas Reality TV introduced the topic of hoarding to millions of Americans. Many joke about their “hoarding tendencies,” but few grasp the reality of what it’s like to struggle with hoarding disorder. As a professional organizer, I’ve had the privilege (and sometimes the challenge) of working with clients with hoarding disorder. My hands-on experience has given […] The post From Hoarding to Hope appeared first on Metropolitan Organizing ®.
  • How To Choose A Shredder For Your Home Office

    Geralin Thomas
    26 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Geralin Thomas A Shredder For Every Purpose When it comes to purchasing a shredder, the options are overwhelming. There are literally thousands of shredders to choose from. Here are some tips to narrow your focus and help you decide on the best shredder for your home or office. Determine Usage How many people will be using your […] The post How To Choose A Shredder For Your Home Office appeared first on Metropolitan Organizing ®.
  • How To Work With Subcontractors

    Geralin Thomas
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Geralin Thomas Hiring And Managing Subcontractors Subcontractors can be a key component of expanding your professional organizing business. Hiring a team of subcontractors will allow you to take on more clients and tackle large organizing projects. Use the tips below to assemble an organizing team that will work collaboratively. Assemble Your Team Search For Subcontractors Cast a […] The post How To Work With Subcontractors appeared first on Metropolitan Organizing ®.
  • Closet Capsules: How To Build The Ultimate Wardrobe

    Geralin Thomas
    24 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    Geralin Thomas Create A Timeless Wardrobe With Closet Capsules For Every Occasion What’s A Closet Capsule? Closet capsules eliminate the “I have nothing to wear” syndrome so many of us struggle with as we stare at a closet full of clothes. Your capsules group items together based on the occasion. Rather than wade through all your pants, […] The post Closet Capsules: How To Build The Ultimate Wardrobe appeared first on Metropolitan Organizing ®.
 
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  • Who Hires a Professional Organizer?

    helenaalkhas@gmail.com (Helena Alkhas)
    25 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Enjoy the post Who Hires a Professional Organizer? The Ultimate Guide on Professional Organizing –  Part III Everyone can benefit from hiring a professional organizer. Here are a few examples of people who may get the most benefit from hiring a professional organizer. A busy parent who needs help with time management and work/life balance. A corporate professional who wants to become more productive... Read More » The post Who Hires a Professional Organizer? appeared first on A Personal Organizer by Helena Alkhas.
  • What does a professional organizer do?

    helenaalkhas@gmail.com (Helena Alkhas)
    18 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Enjoy the post What does a professional organizer do? The Ultimate Professional Organizing Guide – Part II We are continuing with the series on Professional Organizing, of our “Ultimate Professional Organizing Guide“. Last week we talked about why so many people are hiring professional organizers. Today, let’s check what a professional organizer can offer you. What Does a Professional Organizer Do? Professional organizers are incredibly diverse, both... Read More » The post What does a professional organizer do? appeared first on A Personal Organizer by Helena…
  • Grab a cup! Weekly Reads & Inspiration

    helenaalkhas@gmail.com (Helena Alkhas)
    16 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    Enjoy the post Grab a cup! Weekly Reads & Inspiration Inspiration on Organizing & on Living a Better Life Every week I read and go through so many of my colleagues and fellow bloggers’ posts. Some are new, some are old “reading friends” of my Saturday morning reading routine. Life can get on the way of sharing their wisdom, insights and tips, and I decided to... Read More » The post Grab a cup! Weekly Reads & Inspiration appeared first on A Personal Organizer by Helena Alkhas.
  • 7 Reasons why people hire professional organizers

    helenaalkhas@gmail.com (Helena Alkhas)
    11 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Enjoy the post 7 Reasons why people hire professional organizers The Ultimate Professional Organizing Guide – Part I I come from a culture of live-in-maids, where “even the maids have maids” and in that context I was having a conversation with a Brazilian friend who, in her words, “just doesn’t get” what I do for a living. We had a great talk and while she appreciated... Read More » The post 7 Reasons why people hire professional organizers appeared first on A Personal Organizer by Helena Alkhas.
  • Grab a Cup! Weekly reads & inspiration

    helenaalkhas@gmail.com (Helena Alkhas)
    9 May 2015 | 9:22 am
    Enjoy the post Grab a Cup! Weekly reads & inspiration Inspiration on Organizing & on Living a Better Life Every week I read and go through so many of my colleagues and fellow bloggers’ posts. Some are new, some are old “reading friends” of my Saturday morning reading routine. Life can get on the way of sharing their wisdom, insights and tips, and I decided to... Read More » The post Grab a Cup! Weekly reads & inspiration appeared first on A Personal Organizer by Helena Alkhas.
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  • Street Photography: Seven Photos

    Krista
    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    It’s no secret that I love to pore through the street photography tag in the WordPress.com Reader and share images that catch my attention. Join me on another trip around the world as seen through the eyes (and lenses!) of these seven skilled photographers. This arresting image of a bird in a car — juxtaposed against the unknowing elderly man passing by — mesmerizes me. Taken by Beirut photographer Ghaleb Cabbabé, there’s an element of the macabre about this photograph that I find intriguing. The odd bird and the filthy windscreen create a certain palpable sinister…
  • Eventbrite Now Available for All of WordPress.com

    Kirk Wight
    12 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    We’re excited to announce big updates to our Eventbrite integration: your events can now be displayed right on your WordPress.com site, no matter what theme you use! Enjoy Eventbrite, regardless of theme In 2013, we launched two Eventbrite themes to help you promote your events. Since then, we’ve gotten requests from users to extend that functionality more broadly on WordPress.com. Today, we’ve rolled out our Eventbrite integration to all users, which means you are no longer limited to only using the Eventbrite themes to promote your events. You can now connect to…
  • New Theme: Gazette

    Thomas Guillot
    7 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    It’s Theme Thursday, and we’re happy to launch a brand new free theme. Gazette Gazette, designed by yours truly, is a clean and flexible theme perfectly suited for minimalist magazine-style sites, personal blogs, or any content-rich site. It allows you to highlight specific articles on the homepage, and to balance readability with a powerful use of photography — all in a layout that works on any device. Gazette also supports the following popular features: Custom Colors, Custom Header, Custom Menu, Social Links, Site Logo, Featured Images, and Widgets. Read more about Gazette on the…
  • New Themes: Nucleare and Afterlight

    Caroline Moore
    30 Apr 2015 | 11:00 am
    Nucleare Nucleare, by Cresta Project, is a classic blog theme with a crisp, elegant design and plenty of handy features. A built-in search box, links to your favorite social networks, four widget areas, and beautifully styled post formats make this an ideal theme for your personal blog. Check out Nucleare on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes. Afterlight Afterlight, designed by Takashi Irie, is a different take on his Cyanotype, featuring an option for a full-screen background image. Add your favorite background image or color to lend your personal…
  • All WordPress.com Sites Protected Against Zero Day Vulnerability

    Krista
    27 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
    You may have seen news of a new zero-day vulnerability regarding comments in self-hosted versions of WordPress 4.2. All WordPress.com sites — including WordPress.com VIP sites — are not vulnerable: your WordPress.com sites are protected by the Akismet anti-spam service, which is already blocking those comments.Filed under: Security
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  • NAPO 2015: Wardrobe Organizing, Whether You’re Haute Couture or Low Maintenance

    Julie Bestry
    20 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    Longtime readers of this blog know that it’s a rarity for me to venture into discussing closets and wardrobes. Paper Doll‘s corner of the organizing blogosphere is definitely better suited to paper and productivity clientele than that of fabulous fashionistas, but I’d be remiss in my recapping of the NAPO 2015 Annual Conference and Organizing Expo if I did […]
  • NAPO 2015 Expo: Magically Organize Your Writing with the Equil® Smartpen 2

    Julie Bestry
    11 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    We professional organizers are pretty easy to intrigue, but hard to impress. We like novelty, and you can hear our oooohs and aahhhs across the ballroom floor at the NAPO Organizing Conference and Expo when a vendor lengthens a folder tab, come out with a poly version of a product formerly only available in paper, or […]
  • NAPO 2015: Origami & SOFI–Innovations for Organizing Your Home

    Julie Bestry
    7 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    People ask professional organizers about storage solutions all the time. What are the best containers for our possessions? What shelves or tubs or drawers or dividers or other magical tools should we buy to organize our stuff? Of course, that’s the wrong question, or at least the wrong first question. To me, focusing on the storage container instead […]
  • NEET & Cozy Cables: A NAPO 2015 EXPO Organizers’ Choice Award Winner

    Julie Bestry
    4 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    Everybody complains about cable storage. You can’t swing a lightning cable without hitting a blog post or video or Pinterest page on keeping cables untangled, separated, and safe, whether via retail products or DIY methods. For example: Paper Doll’s Cable Conundrums & the MOS: Magnetic Organization System Organizing the Cords Under Your Desk! by Helena Alkhas Cords and Cables […]
  • NAPO 2015: PhD in Productivity at the College of Organizing Knowledge

    Julie Bestry
    1 May 2015 | 6:27 am
    You really have to have passion for your profession to be willing to spend the better part of a week, not only away from home, but many time zones away, packed into conference rooms from morning until night, in order to learn more about the techniques, strategies and products that will help you help your clients […]
 
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  • Artventurists, episode 2: Time management and Instagram do’s/don’t’s

    Michelle
    7 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Direct download link for episode two In our second episode of the Artventurists, we’re talking about time management and squeezing in your creative work when you have a day job (or business). We also dug into Instagram do’s and don’t’s, and talked about a few of our favorite Instagram accounts and techniques. Show notes: Shenee’s Instagram account (for an example of doing it right) The Worldslip cover proof!!! AHHH! (Elisa’s site is here – she’s the super talented designer who did it) Flow (the book by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi…now you see why I couldn’t pronounce his…
  • Monthly recap: April

    Michelle
    6 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Monthly recap time! Getting back on track with these, oh yeah! How I spent my time: I tracked about 50 hours total in April, which is about on track with my averages, considering I took March 30-April 12 off from work.   Out of that time: Most of it (40.7) was internal tracking. The two most time-consuming tasks were email and editing (for the novel). How I made my money: Freelance writing: $1,442.25 Products/courses: $1,855.75 (a solid chunk of that being the Learnable course, most of the rest being the Multipassionate Branding self study) Kindle: $23.73 Worldslip: $3 Total…
  • Favorite things: April edition

    Michelle
    1 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Here’s the best of the web that I’m using, reading, and writing from this last month: Using:   Quest A task manager that gives you new equipment and things as you level up, complete with glorious 8 bit graphics. Obviously not a replacement for Asana, but it works really well and I’m using it for grocery lists and around-the-house tasks. Currently iPhone only, sadly. Cite Cite does exactly what it says on the tin: you use it to share text as images on Twitter. Super seamless, easy to use, overall great experience. I only wish they integrated with Buffer, but apparently…
  • Creating a business that’s not about business: a new podcast

    Michelle
    29 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    If you’re a regular reader of the newsletter or keep up with me around the social sphere, you’ve probably seen references to a podcast that I’ve been working on with a friend. Episode one is finally out, and we’ll be releasing new episodes weekly on Tuesday! You can listen above, or here at the site (still being prettified), here on SoundCloud, and soon (maybe by the time you read this!) via the iTunes podcast directory. (Coming soon: Stitcher and all the other usual podcast suspects.) The idea for this podcast was that David and I both come from B2B backgrounds, but…
  • How to Manage Your Own Projects as a Freelancer

    Michelle
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    I recently wrapped up a course for Learnable.com, all about project management for freelance developers. Here’s a preview: a lesson that’s applicable to all freelancers, covering managing your own projects–including how to avoid scope creep, communicating better via email, managing client feedback, and more. Enjoy! You can learn more about the course here, and if you want to download the slides for reference/notes, here ya go. The post How to Manage Your Own Projects as a Freelancer appeared first on Bombchelle.
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  • How to stop clutter returning – for good!

    Chrissy Halton
    25 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    So, you’ve decluttered your entire home and are now ready to live a more simple life with not a care in the world – sound right? I’m afraid that although you’ve done an... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in full....}
  • Cut the clutter challenge – Week #20

    Chrissy Halton
    21 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    You’ve made it! – the very last week of the challenge is here – I want to say a massive “congratulations” for making it this far! The Cut the Clutter challenge this week... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in full....}
  • 7 Daily habits organised people do without fail

    Chrissy Halton
    20 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Have you ever wondered why some people are more organised than others? Why they seem to get everything done without breaking a sweat each day? This post aims to help identify what daily habits... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in full....}
  • Meal Planning made easy – a step by step guide

    Chrissy Halton
    18 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    How many times have you heard one or all of these said in your home in the past week? “Whats for Dinner?” “I can’t be bothered to cook” “There’s nothing in... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in full....}
  • Cut the clutter challenge – Week #19

    Chrissy Halton
    14 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    We are nearly there! This is the last week of decluttering as next week is a week of looking back and rewards! The last area to declutter is one that is a personal challenge for me, and that’s... {Please click on the title of the post to read it in full....}
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  • Resources For Families of Hoarders

    Suzanne
    15 May 2015 | 8:37 am
    This month, we’ve talked a bit about hoarding disorder – myths vs. reality. If you think you have a loved one who hoards, you know it’s very hard to start a discussion with that person. There is still a huge stigma around mental illness and there’s still a lot we don’t know about hoarding. We do know that people who hoard carry a huge level of shame about their problem and it greatly affects the entire family. Here are some resources for families of hoarders.   Hoarders.com and HoardingCleanup.com – Both of these companies are owned by Cory Chalmers,…
  • Hoarding Disorder ~ Myth vs. Reality

    Suzanne
    7 May 2015 | 10:45 am
    Today’s blogpost is all about hoarding disorder ~ myth vs. reality. According to a recent survey by Insure.com, 46% of adults say they know someone who hoards. 46%! While little is known about hoarding, we certainly know more than we did. Many hoarding experts say that, on average, there is at least one person struggling with hoarding in every US neighborhood. The reality is that you probably do know someone who struggles with hoarding. So, let’s play Myth vs Reality. Myth: ‘Those hoarders’ are only found in low-income, blue collar neighborhoods. We could never have a…
  • 30 Day Challenge ~ Total Recall (aka Full Daily Recap!)

    Suzanne
    30 Apr 2015 | 8:38 am
    Whew! Another 30 Day Challenge is behind us! So, how did you do? Did you get all 30 done? Most? A few a week? Regardless of how many you managed to do, it was that many steps closer to a decluttered home – awesome! If you missed a few and want to catch up, here are all 30 areas. Also, if you ever want to do this on your own timeframe, you can find these on the blog page. Just click on ’30 Day Challenge’ in the tag cloud. Happy decluttering! Day 1 ~ Table Linens & Napkin Rings Day 2 ~ First Aid Supplies Day 3 ~ Candles Day 4 ~ Towels & Sheets Day 5 ~ Cell Phone Apps…
  • 30 Day Challenge: Day 30 ~ Unrealistic Expectations

    Suzanne
    30 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Unrealistic expectations One of the biggest misconceptions I come across in my work is unrealistic expectations, two in particular. One of the unrealistic expectations is that your home should always be perfectly clean, decorated, and organized – regardless of the two dogs and three kids! Some clients are shocked that I (a professional organizer!) have a junk drawer. Of course I do! The point of having an organized home is not that your home will be perfect. It’s that you have systems in place, so when you go around and pick up things around the house, they have a home to go…
  • 30 Day Challenge: Day 29 ~ Organizing Your Car Trunk

    Suzanne
    29 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Organizing your car trunk Hopefully, your car trunk doesn’t look like this one. But it probably does have some level of clutter. Sports gear, emergency supplies, those reusable grocery bags, you know what I’m talking about. Take a few minutes today to really assess what you need to keep back there. The less cluttered it is, the more easily you can grab what you need. The less cluttered it is, the less weight your car has to carry, which results in better gas mileage! The post 30 Day Challenge: Day 29 ~ Organizing Your Car Trunk appeared first on Clutterninja ~ Residential…
 
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  • 5 Tips for ADHD Productivity

    Ellen
    21 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort. ~~Paul J. Meyer Trouble getting started or knowing when to finish up? Easily distracted while working? Easy to do the short term projects but long term projects don’t get started? All these challenges can be part of ADHD. Planning or focus may not be the greatest strength for ADHD, however there are ways to be more productive at work and home.     Tracking and Reminders Start with trusted tools to be productive. Use a planner that works with your…
  • Getting Prepared and Organized in Case of an Emergency

    Ellen
    19 May 2015 | 4:00 am
        Disasters happen across the US and throughout the year resulting in property damage, injuries and stress. There are some tasks that you can do to keep yourself organized during these potentially high stress situations.  Getting prepared and organized in case of an emergency makes everyone feel in control and as ready as possible.   Create a Kit Include items like water, canned foods, a can opener and blankets. These are the basic necessities that can support you in case you are stranded or without power. If anyone in your family, including your pets, requires medication,…
  • Favorite Travel Organizing Products

    Ellen
    13 May 2015 | 9:00 am
        Travel  today is a bit more like stage coach travel in the wild west.  You have to be prepared for anything and everything.  You may not leave or arrive on time and there’s always weather to work around.  Being organized makes travel easier.   More of us are trying to be well prepared and hassle free by carrying on our luggage  With all the regulations on what we can carry on, it’s great to have organizing products that make it easy to consolidate what you need.    Here are my favorites for my carry on bags.   My Travel Tubes   Toiletries…
  • Making the Most of Summer with Summer Organizing

    Ellen
    12 May 2015 | 4:00 am
      All the signs point to summer time is here!  Our weather is warmer. Pool season has started.  Days are longer.  There are lots of ways to celebrate the arrival of fun in the sun.  Summer organizing helps you make the most of summer fun.    Organizing Start off the season organized! Switch out your seasonal clothes.  It’s time to release those winter items that were not worn in the last few years.   Move your summer items into your primary closet and organize them in a way that work for you, whether its by color, sleeve length or set.  Use a bin for flip flops and…
  • Best Mother’s Day Gifts (What Mom Really Wants)

    Ellen
    7 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Give Mom the gift she wants most.   Moms don’t want expensive jewelry, a new Dyson vacuum cleaner, fancy perfumes or other stuff.  What they really want is help around the house.  There are lots of small ways to give these gifts to your mom this week for Mother’s Day or throughout the year. What’s the best Mother’s Day gifts?  It’s the gift of service and appreciation.   Give the gift of dinner. Mom could use some help grocery shopping.  Use the OurGroceries app to share the grocery list or simply take a photo of the list on the refrigerator.   Make…
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