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
In my most recent newsletter, I covered the topic of clearing your desktop. Now, let’s talk about maintaining your paperwork. I find that one of the most problematic types of paperwork is bill-paying. I have written a few questions that would like you to answer for yourself, so that you can be sure your bill-paying … Continue reading How to Remember to Pay Your Bills
First, I would like to thank all of you who took the time to take last month’s poll “What Organizing Topics Are on Your Mind?” The clear winner was “Small Organizing Projects I Can Do Myself.” Toward that end, I would like to present to you the subject of the junk drawer. By its very … Continue reading Small Project Organizing: The Junk Drawer
Whenever I tell a new acquaintance that I am a professional organizer, the most common response is, “oh, you don’t want to come to my house!” That tells me that people feel disorganized, which is not surprising with our hectic lives. But, what many people don’t understand is that your home does not have to … Continue reading How to find the Right Amount of Organizing Assistance
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