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girl being late

On Being Late

Growing up I had a friend who was always late. I loved her (still do!), but I have to admit it drove me crazy. As I grew older, I came to realize that many people are chronically late. I’ve heard this tendency downplayed, rationalized, and excused, leading me to ask two questions: “Does being late

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Top Takeaways On Organizing and Productivity

This past week I spent four days in Pittsburgh, PA at the annual conference of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). It is always fun to be with like-minded individuals, but much of what I learned is valuable to anyone. Here are a few headlines: Top Takeaways on Organizing and Productivity   When Fearful,

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What Can You Simplify?

Do you remember when you were little and your mom made you perform certain tasks every day? Make your bed, brush your teeth, put your dishes in the dishwasher? Chances are if you performed these tasks as a child, you are still performing them today. They became part of the fabric of your life, a part

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Car Organizing

How Do I Organize My Car?

Our cars: we love them, we abuse them, we live in them and we rely on them.  For many of us, being in the car is as much a part of daily life as eating. It is no wonder that they often look like war zones… coffee stains in the carpet, trash all around, smelly

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The Birthday Clutter Dilemma

  I love celebrations. Life frequently seems full of difficulties and stress, so why not make the most of happy occasions? Children’s birthdays can be lots of fun, and most kids love a party! At the same time, the whole “birthday thing” often ushers in some incremental clutter to your space. Here are a few

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