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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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JULY: Justify Unconditionally Loving Your…STUFF

Use all of JULY to Justify Unconditionally Loving Your STUFF. While you may love people unconditionally, STUFF is different. We think you should justify why you love your stuff. • Stuff takes up time, energy and space. People also take up time and energy but … Continue reading

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JUN: Jump Up Now & GID

  Maybe you’ve heard David Allen’s advice: if something takes less than 2 minutes, do it NOW. We follow and teach the same principle With the start of June we are halfway through 2018…CRAZY right?! We’ve been sharing acronyms to motivate organizing … Continue reading

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Avoid Laundry Overwhelm

As a residential professional organizer, I visit lots of homes. One household system that is quick to fall apart and overwhelm a person is LAUNDRY. I see on a weekly basis how the “putting away” is where the system breaks down.  … Continue reading