Messy Desk

A Better Desk

For most people, a clear surface enhances productivity. A wide-open space enables us to spread out, minimize distractions, and focus on what is important. More often than not, people who say “I like a messy space!” are making an excuse for “I don’t want to take the time to clean this up.” If your desk is

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An Organizer Talks Renovation

Building or renovating a home is a large undertaking. The excitement of having something new and improved is often tempered by the pressure of having to make a lot of decisions. Professionals often can offer valuable information… → Realtors know what sells → Architects know what flows → Designers know what appeals As a professional

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Off Balance

Recently I watched a TV clip about a newscaster taking a try at tight rope walking. She did well, but at one point lost her balance and fell (safely, to the net below.) As I watched, I was struck by what “off balance” looks like: vulnerable… out of control… awkward… anxious. At one point or another,

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Organizing and TV Watching

Believe it or not, I know that not everyone shares my passion for organizing. If this sounds familiar, you may be finding it difficult to get motivated. One trick is to associate the undesirable task with something you consider enjoyable. Just as you might listen to music while exercising, you can do a fair bit

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Conquering Cord Chaos

Almost every home and business I enter to organize has a common culprit: the drawer or box of cords for cameras, phones, computers, speakers, iPods, printers, and more. If a tangled mess like this sounds familiar, here are a the steps for restoring order. Untangle the cords. You have no chance of sorting the cords

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Remodeling and Home Design

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