Organizing With Purpose

My favorite moment when I work with a client is when I walk in their house for the first time. I have them give me a tour of their home and their trouble areas. I watch their body language as we walk and talk. I will ask a few questions as they talk, and most…
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How The Cat In The Hat Almost Ruined My Life

Did you ever read a children’s book and have it still impact you as an adult? For me, that dang Dr. Seuss book “The Cat in the Hat” seriously traumatized me. I think how I run my house now is because of the lessons I learned from that naughty cat! I looked through my children’s…
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Organizing The Most Important Papers In Life

  Paper. Paper. Paper. The universal item that most people struggle to organize. There are papers that come home with kids from school. There are papers that come in the mail. There are papers that you are given when you do banking. Wherever we turn there are papers. What to keep, what to toss? And…
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To Have And To Hold Sentimental Clutter After A Loss

    A common question I receive is the problem of dealing with sentimental clutter. Sentimental clutter are those things you hold onto for no reason other than a memory. You do not have a use for the item. In fact, the item may not even bring you joy. But there is some emotional attachment…
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Organizing After The Death Of A Parent

One of the toughest things to organize is the client who has suffered a loss of a loved one. We all suffer from a death at some point in our lives. We all deal with it in different ways. Often grief and clutter go hand in hand. Along with all the planning of funerals and…
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