Category Archives: Children & Teenagers

Teens and Clothes

If you have teenagers, you know that clothing and neatness rarely coincide. Guys tend to have mountains of clothes needing laundering (sports uniforms, gym clothes, the favorite pair of sweatpants…) Girls tend to try on clothes and drop them where they fall. This isn’t an easy place for adults and teens to find common ground.

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Organize Like A Kindergarten

Ever wonder how a teacher, well outnumbered by children, manages to keep the classroom organized?  Here are a few of the secrets… EACH PERSON HAS A DESIGNATED SPACE Most classrooms have an area designated for each child to hang his belongings. This fact is made clear by either a photo or name hung in the

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YOU Are The Role Model

If you are a parent, you know your kids are watching you. You watch your language, use good manners and set an example of healthy eating & exercise, among other things. But are you modeling good habits for getting and staying organized? If your answer is “No!” because you struggle yourself, why not try out the

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Words We Need

As a professional organizer, I encounter situations which I’m starting to believe are fairly universal. Yet, when I try to discuss them, I frequently can’t access the perfect term… because it doesn’t exist! With that in mind, I’ve decided to give the English language some help by creating the following words: Words That Should Be

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Clear Clutter Now!

Clutter accumulates little by little. It creeps up on us while we are dealing with life, and then all of the sudden we look around and see that piles, heaps and stacks have sprouted up all over our space. We want to deal with it, but don’t know how to start. Is it possible to

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