Category Organizing

Coupons and Specials

2 hours for $100 (a $60 savings!) to see if we are a fit, to consult or to tackle a corner. Audit/assessment/organizing plan for $250 9 hours (3 three-hour sessions) for $600 (a $120 savings!). Sessions will have to be completed within a 1-month period from original purchasing date. Use a 9 hour package to

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Mid-Morning Basket

Busy lives often let us overlook the things we are “supposed to do.” For example, what happens to the important mail you bring in from your mailbox? Does it get separated from the junk mail? Does it get opened? Does it end up in an ever-growing pile, or even several piles? Here is a start

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The Woe and Why of Off-Site Storage

Plenty has been written about the enormous increase of storage facilities in urban and suburban neighborhoods. Obviously, it is a money-making business! has published this recently (read the full report in the link if you are interested): The self storage industry has been one of the fastest-growing sectors of the United States commercial real

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Be Brave

Do you think it takes bravery to tackle clutter in your house? Sometimes, clutter can get scary, overwhelming, and emotionally draining. The step to tackling a disorganized space may require a brave move on several levels. First of all, one may need to overcome the fear of accepting help–may that be in the form of

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Recently I have had several conversations about the differences between getting organized and stayingorganized. From personal experience I find it is much more difficult to maintain organization than straightening out a mess. Hence, this month’s word is MAINTAIN. Here are some suggestions: Make everyone responsible Ask for continued support Identify places for everything Notice and appreciate Take initiative Avoid

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