Category Archives: Organizing

Circulation

Clutter builds up for a number of reasons, but one of the most common is poor circulation. To illustrate this point, think about the human heart. The heart is the center of the body, and therefore it is important for blood to be constantly flowing into and out of it. Problems arise when there are

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Too Big To Keep

Sometimes, an object is just too big to keep. This happened to me recently. My husband and I were celebrating a milestone anniversary, and he very kindly sent me a large floral arrangement. He sent the flowers in a vase, which is always my preference, since arranging flowers  isn’t my long suit! They were beautiful

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Sorting Toy Clutter

Having children is wonderful, but also brings challenges. One of them is trying to keep all of their toys from making the house a mess. If you’ve got a cluttered playroom or family room, here are a few ideas for clearing it out and turning it into a functional space. FIRST. . . Don’t start by

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What’s It Like To Work With You?

Since professional organizing is a relatively new field, many people really don’t know what we do and what happens when you hire us. Not knowing what to expect can be a barrier to trying something, so I thought I’d answer some common questions.   Can I talk to you about my situation without hiring you?

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Kids, Trees and Organizing

I live in Connecticut. This means trees… everywhere. Recently, it has occurred to me that dealing with trees is similar to rearing children. Here are some lessons I’ve learned by observing trees and kids…   TREES AND KIDS ARE MESSY Come early May, trees around here make their presence known. We start to see a lot

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