It is oh-so-very easy to play mind games with yourself when you have a chronic illness. I know, because I have one. My conversations with myself would go like this: I should; I hate; and I can’t. Here are some examples: I should straighten the kitchen. I hate the way I need help with a … Continue reading Mind Clutter and Chronic Illness
Most of us are familiar with some type of work that is performed remotely, whether it be an office assistant or a computer technician. In the world of professional organizing, we call that Virtual Organizing. This is a relatively new method of organizing, so I would like to explain to you how it works. There … Continue reading Virtual Organizing: How does it work? What are the benefits?
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
Do you have a collection like this? Perhaps it is in a box, a bin, or a pile in a corner. Well, mine has been stored in a bin on the shelf in my husband’s office. But, today…I simply could not tolerate it any longer. To me, the purpose of organizing one’s belongings is so … Continue reading Do you have one of these?