Tag Archives: organizing

Permission to “Pitch”

One of the most popular categories of “tips” I give out on social media is “Permission to Pitch.” These are primarily ideas I get from working with clients… items I see pile up in many homes, or certain types of items I see people struggle to shed. If you want to clear out some clutter,

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Stop Leaving Items Behind

Do you have trouble losing items when you are on the go? Here’s a way to stop leaving things behind. Living in the world today means being out and about. Whether we ride a train to work, hop in a cab to get to the airport, or tote the family in the car, we need

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Kids Can Organize

Do long summer days have your children complaining about being bored? Put them to work in helping you get organized! When it comes to getting organized, children may seem like more of a liability than an asset. While kids can certainly be “contributors to the chaos,” they can also be helpful in establishing order. Of

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Bad Habits to Break

One of the most discouraging and demotivating experiences is backsliding. You spend all afternoon clearing off your desk, and two days later it is a mess again. Are you doing something wrong? The Seana Method has identified some bad habits which are in conflict with maintaining a productive environment. By eradicating these behaviors you will

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How Many Should I Keep?

One of the most common questions I get is how much is “enough?” For example, how many boxes should I keep for wrapping gifts? Or how many baseball caps are normal? The truth is, there is no single answer. Everyone needs to live within his/her space, which will vary from one individual to the next.

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