Category Archives: Organizing

Where Is The Finish Line?

Sports analogies are a popular public speaking tool. Everyone from preachers to teachers to motivators use them. One sports analogy I hear quite commonly is one about “running the race.” This is a useful image for discussing the challenges of training, ferocity of competition and need for cultivating tenacity. Since most of us have either

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The Myth of Self Sufficiency

If you are a follower of mine, you know that many of my posts are about strategies and techniques for managing your time, space and belongings to improve your quality of life. In most situations, there are steps you can take to bring about positive change. It might surprise you, therefore, to know that I

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Insights From A Day Away

As a Professional Organizer, I love routine. The familiar procession of activities feels peaceful and comfortable. However, every now and then, I intentionally step away from my normal activities to stretch myself in a new direction. This past Saturday I had the pleasure and privilege of working with the CT Chapter of the National Association

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The “Stuff” Song

Recently, I was was asked if I knew any songs about decluttering and getting organized. When I thought about it, I realized that I didn’t! I enjoy music, so I decided to pick up my guitar and write my own song. I’m neither a professional singer nor guitar player, but sometimes it is fun to

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Cat sneaking in

Sneaking In Some Storage

Everyone needs storage. The smaller your space, the more important it is to use every inch. While expansive closets are certainly nice, you can find solutions even if you live in 300 square feet. If you need extra storage, here are a few options to consider… On The Back of the Door   On the Back

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