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Finishing Up Organizing Projects Before Life Gets Crazy Again Have you noticed that during the COVID-19 shutdown, everyone has been organizing? You see in on social media posts and hear it in conversations. Being at home more has caused people to realize the affect clutter has on their well being and the peace an organized home can bring. It made us sad that during this time, we were unable to…

Declutter Challange – Week 5

Before we get started, take time to relax and enjoy your organized living areas.  Plan a movie or game night and support you favorite local restaurant by ordering take out. Here’s a sneak peak at the assignments for our final week working in the garage.Monday, 4/27 – Holiday DécorTuesday, 4/28 – Sports and Recreational EquipmentWednesday, 4/29 – ToolsThursday, 4/30 – Gardening tools and suppliesFriday, 5/1 – Family HeirloomsSaturday, 5/2 – MiscellaneousSunday…

Congratulations! You made it thru week 1!

Today is a day to rest and cook something new to celebrate in your newly organized kitchen!  Here’s one of my favorite recipes to try:Share your recipes on Facebook to inspire others. Here’s a sneak peek at this week’s assignment Week Two – Office/BathroomsMonday, 4/6 – Paper – files and pilesTuesday, 4/7 – Office suppliesWednesday, 4/8 – Email Inbox/Computer contentThursday, 4/9 – Medicines/First AidFriday, 4/10 – Toiletries/MakeupSaturday, 4/11 – LinensSunday, 4/12 –…

Stay at Home – When Work, School and Home Life Collides

How to stay sane while all working under the same roof This week our house has been a little chaotic. Me, my husband and our three adult children all working or doing schoolwork in our home. It has been interesting, and we have all learned to be more patient and respectful of one another’s work and space. I have also been talking to other families who have had to get…

Stuff Management

Creating a space with only the stuff you love and enjoy will allow you to spend your time and energy on the things that matter most to you Prioritize your stuff. By keeping only the things that you love and enjoy you will have less to manage, making it easier to stay organized and find what you need when you need it. Generously give what you don’t need. Things you…

Time Management

Where do you want to invest your time to make the greatest contribution? There are so many good opportunities that present themselves to us every day. When we try to do them all we are stretched too thin so that we don’t do anything well. Set your priorities. A good tool for deciding which tasks are a priority is the Covey Time Management Matrix. CLICK HERE to view the matrix.…

Free Yourself from the Burden of a Storage Unit

At least 10% of all Americans rent a storage unit and most never visit the unit to access the things they thought they couldn’t part with. It is very easy to rent a storage unit, thinking it will be a short-term commitment. Before you know it, you have spent thousands of dollars on things you realize you don’t need and surly aren’t worth the money spent to store them. At…

Organize Your Digital Photos

With the convenience of taking photos on your phone and other devices why is it so inconvenient to organize them? Here are a 3 simple tips from Alex Slattery, a professional photographer, on the best way to organize and protect your memories. 1. Designate one place where all your photos go on your computer. This will be your main folder where all your images go. Only use one folder and…