A Tip For Entertaining

A Tip for Entertaining

As the air turns crisp, many people’s minds tend toward entertaining. Hosting the holiday feast can be great fun, but anyone who has done it knows that it can be stressful. One of the best ways to ease the tension (and the workload) of being the host/hostess is to delegate. Some duties are small enough

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I Can’t Find My…

In my work as a professional organizer, I’ve heard that the average person spends anywhere from 10 – 55 minutes a day looking for stuff. As we all know, time spent trying to find what you know you have is frustrating! Typically, there are three primary reasons why this happens. You Haven’t Designated a Home

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What Not To Do

Getting organized feels terrific – one of the best feelings there is! Unfortunately, I often see people making a couple of mistakes, which can undermine the long term effectiveness of their system. Here are a few reminders of… WHAT NOT TO DO: 1. Place small items loose in a large space. The key here is the relationship

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Polly Tackles Clutter

If there were a definitive book on getting rid of clutter, what would it say? Polly decides to buy the book and find out. What do you think… could this really be the answer?

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Planning With Aging Parents

Today I’m thrilled to offer a guest post from Erin Kershaw, a Geriatric Care Manager who specializes in helping families make decisions about elderly life transitions. This is advice we all need to hear. *      *     *     *      * Are you concerned about your aging parents and uncertain

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