4 Secrets to Avoid Organizing Overwhelm

Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of clutter in one area of your home? Does it seem to be too large to tackle, so therefore, you don’t start? Instead, you can learn how to manage – and complete – your organizing project. It is natural to view a room as one project, but you … Continue reading 4 Secrets to Avoid Organizing Overwhelm

Proof of Organizing

A friend of mine is moving. After she read my recent post on Organizing the Junk Drawer, she sent me the following note. Her drawer is a good example of what works. “My junk drawer…has been (organized) ever since I found a stacking junk drawer organizer a couple of years ago. When I was cleaning … Continue reading Proof of Organizing

Celebrate Small Organizing Steps

Several years ago, my brother and his wife adopted a rescue dog. This dog had a carefree attitude, and did not seem to really notice that he now had a home, instead of living in a shelter. It was as if the dog was saying, “Hey, this is a little bit better!” Since then, this … Continue reading Celebrate Small Organizing Steps

I Donated 3 Bags of Guilt

Last Labor Day Weekend, my husband and I painted my home office. That is to say, he painted it and I helped. I love a fresh start! Neither my son nor my husband could tell the difference in the color, but I can. Since we decided to paint the inside of the closet too, we had … Continue reading I Donated 3 Bags of Guilt