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Best tips for storing your linens

Besides your everyday linens, you may be the owner of holiday-themed towels, table linens and seasonal bedding. There are options, besides closets, for storing and organizing linens. Have you looked under your beds lately? There could be less important items under there that you’ve forgotten about and no longer want to own. If you decide… [Read More]

The Importance of Being Ready to Let Go

How do you work up the courage to let some of your belongings go? If you contact me for hands-on organizing assistance, I will ask you if you’re ready to let go and edit your things. It’s crucial for you to be in the right frame of mind in order to have a less cluttered,… [Read More]

Best Tips for Downsizing Seniors with Love

Downsizing for a loved one before a move to assisted living or other senior housing is more challenging when he or she isn’t able to wholly participate in the downsizing process. You can get through it with the following measures. Start sooner rather than later when helping sort and edit things. Shorter work sessions are… [Read More]

Jill Annis

Professional Organizer and former weekly columnist for the Wisconsin State Journal. Don’t spend another day feeling overwhelmed or beating yourself up about not being organized. Learn more about Jill...

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Free Class

Do you have too much house and too many possessions? It may be time to downsize.

Fred Siegenthaler, of Restaino & Associates, will discuss the joys and challenges of selling

 a single-family home and options for relocating.

Jill Annis, of Simply Organized, LLC, will provide tips on how to eliminate clutter.

Wednesday, Feb. 28th

6:30-8:00 p.m.

Veronal Public Library

500 Silent Street, Verona, WI  53593

Register online at veronapubliclibrary.org or call 845-7180.