Category Archives: Productivity

Managing Expectations

Expectations are funny things. They tell us how something should be, should look, or should work out. Sometimes, we have no/few expectations, and an experience brings us unanticipated satisfaction. No problem here! But frequently, we set our expectations unrealistically high, leaving us (or someone else) feeling disappointed and demotivated. Simply being aware of the power

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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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Making Change Happen

Many of us want to make a change in some area of our lives. Whether our goal is to get organized or launch a business, it is critical that we craft an environment which will keep us moving forward. Without sustained motivation, we are likely to give up! Below are some key factors which either help

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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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How’s Your Staging Area?

When you hear the word “staging” you might think of selling a house: getting your home in order so that everything is in its place and looking ready for sale. This concept is also important for everyday living.  A staging area is the place where you can put everything you need for the following day.

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