Have a pile of magazines lying around? Feel guilty about throwing them away? My advice: keep the current issue and let the previous ones go… and maybe reduce the number of your subscriptions. What do you have trouble throwing away?
My mother always says, “Don’t put yourself down. The world will do a very good job of this without your help.” Unfortunately, she is right. The voices and images we encounter each day can make us feel inadequate. Frequently I hear clients say things like, “I’m never going to get this place in order!” or,
Back to school is a busy time. To help your child make a strong and sustainable start, be sure to provide these four things. 1. A Homework Station Children differ in where they like to work. Some enjoy the kitchen table, others like the floor, and still others prefer a desk in the bedroom. There
As a Professional Organizer, I spend much of my time working inside people’s private spaces. It is a privilege to be invited into a home, and I always assure my clients that everything we come across will be held in strictest confidence and without judgment of any kind. I had a funny experience a while
Vacations are important. Our brains and bodies need down time to rest and create. To make your vacation “work” for you, here are a few suggestions: BEFORE YOU GO: Use a good packing list. “Eat down” your perishables before you leave. Take advantage of this emptiness to clean your fridge, and make a list of