Flat Surfaces!

One of the first things I address with clients is flat surfaces. To this organizer, it is one of the most disruptive things to a peaceful space. All flat surfaces are generally affected. I see how easy it is to just lay anything – everything – down. Kitchen counter. Bedside table. Coffee table. Bathroom counter.

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All that school paper!

What to do with all the paper your kid’s bring home from school? The time is upon is. The little ones are back to school. Nine months of paper is coming! We need a paper for carpool procedures. We need a paper for how to purchase their lunch. We need a paper for physical education.

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Oh the guilty and obligation!

I have worked recently with several clients who have kept things out of guilt or obligation. I find this more times than not in client’s homes. Therefore, let’s discuss… Guilt is a very difficult emotion. We all have it and we all hate it. Keeping items out of guilt puts a negative connotation of those

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Kitchen Table

Friends often refer to me as the June Cleaver of my time. No, I do not wear pearls running the vacuum. However, I do occasionally wear my tiara when doing the ironing. And if you know me, you know I am so not kidding.  Really, I am Mrs. Cleaver more in philosophy. Times are changing.

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Ditch the Junk Drawer

I am confused by the “junk” drawer. You smile, because right now, you are picturing yours. One can be found in nearly every kitchen. I often wonder who had the first junk drawer? Why were others inspired to follow the example of the junk drawer? Why in this day and age of organized knowledge does

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Husbands

We love them. Let’s just get that out there and say that first. Now… Husbands this is my simple plea to you. Your wife called me because she needs help to simplify the space you all share. We are not going to throw everything you own to the curb. You can keep your beloved college

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