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F.E.B. Finally Emotional Breakthrough

While relationship advice is not our soapbox, Valentine’s Day prompts us to remind you to fall in love with your stuff. First, you might need to get real honest and admit it’s time to break up with some of your … Continue reading

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What does the ‘organ’ in ORGANizing do?

Everyone knows that our lungs are the major organ in our respiratory system, that our brain is central to our nervous system and that our stomach and intestines are partners in our digestive system.  Wondering how that connects to organizing? Just … Continue reading

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DEC: Do Everything Consistently!

Consistency is a wonderful thing. We’ve consistently delivered a year’s worth of monthly-themed organizing advice. In this twelfth and final month of 2018, try to Do Everything Consistently — DEC— and if not everything, how ’bout 12 things? You can follow any of the 12 things Joy … Continue reading

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OCT: Organize Cherished Time

In honor of National ADHD Awareness Month we want you to Organize Cherished Time. Even if you don’t struggle with this diagnosis, TIME is something everyone battles.  Who doesn’t want more time? Too often, we spend time on other people’s “shoulds.” That can … Continue reading

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AUG: Anything U Get!

To kick off our 2nd year of monthly-themed decluttering tips, enjoy this client-inspired acronym: AUG: Anything U Get. We can’t say which amazing client gave us this title but, about her we CAN say…she:  • is very organized but works with us so projects get done quickly … Continue reading

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Becoming Organized: The Case of the Missing Slippers

If being organized is not how you were raised but you’ve started to become more orderly, you may already know: it takes time getting used to “being organized.” We learned this with a new client: Kim (not her real name) has struggled … Continue reading