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How to organize kid’s hobby and craft supplies

June 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
kid's hobby and craft supplies

Got kids? If so, you no doubt also have the stuff needed for their hobbies and activities — musical instruments, sports equipment, dancewear, and art supplies — scattered throughout your home. Organize it all with these tips. Get the kids to help you round up the stuff and then categorize it by activity. If that’s…

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Smart packing tips for your next road trip

June 3, 2018
road trip packing tips, car trip packing list

My husband and I enjoyed taking road trips to Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, the Tetons and to Yosemite prior to having our daughter.  She then joined us as we traveled to Maine, North Carolina and Yellowstone/Tetons. We love seeing the U.S. from the road. The trips have been more relaxing when we brought along the following items. Food…

Be prepared for an emergency with this simple card

May 19, 2018
organize for emergency, be prepared

Emergency medical professionals want to provide the best treatment possible to their patients and also let your loved ones know you are experiencing a crisis. This is very difficult to do when you are unresponsive. Make their job easier by taking the advice of my medical professional friend who suggests everyone carry an “in case…

Is your stuff suffocating you? How a professional organizer can help you declutter and make a clean sweep

May 5, 2018

You aren’t alone if you feel like you’re stuff is suffocating you, burying you, preventing you from living your best life. We are a nation of consumers. We have an abundance of things, so much so that we may need to rent auxiliary storage or move to a larger home. Don’t suffer in silence, feel shameful…

Organizing dos and don’ts for gardening tools

April 21, 2018
Organizing dos and don'ts for gardening tools

Ready to get your gardening groove back on, but you’re unable to find your tools? A little organization will enable you to spend more time in the soil and less time searching. Here are the dos and don’ts of organizing gardening tools. Do make it a habit to weed out your supplies on a regular basis.…

Organizing a profitable garage sale

April 7, 2018

Does the thought of holding a garage sale give you goosebumps or cause you to break out into a cold sweat? Garage sales were an annual event during my childhood. My mom thought they were fun and would select household items throughout the year to set aside for the summer sale. My tips will help…

Unique and fun gift ideas for graduates

March 24, 2018
graduation gift ideas

Do you have a family member or friend graduating this year? Here are some unique and fun gift ideas for every graduate, that will be clutter-free and useful. Cold hard cash is always appreciated. If you want a clever way to present the cash, the Internet is a good place to search for ideas. (My…

3 Common mistakes made when organizing children’s outdoor toys & equipment

March 10, 2018
organizing children's outdoor toys

Steer clear of three common mistakes when organizing children’s outdoor toys. 1. Adding without subtracting. Edit their toys once or twice a year (spring and fall). Start by gathering their outdoor equipment and placing it in one area. Now your family has a visual inventory and will notice if there are any unnecessary multiples. Schools and…

Help with Organizing School Papers

February 24, 2018
organizing school papers

It’s not easy to stay on top of school papers. It enters your home via backpacks and then migrates to the kitchen counter and table. What do you do to prevent a paper pile up? My No. 1 suggestion is to be choosy about the papers you keep. Consider these questions. Can you find the…

Best tips for storing your linens

February 10, 2018
linen organization

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…

The Importance of Being Ready to Let Go

January 20, 2018
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,…

Best Tips for Downsizing Seniors with Love

January 8, 2018
Downsizing for Seniors

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…

12 Days of Simple yet Meaningful Gift Ideas

December 12, 2017
christmas gift

Gifts can be meaningful and fun without adding more stuff to the recipient’s life.  If this is important to you but you need some inspiration, use this list.   Many of these gifts are available online which is perfect for last-minute shoppers. Days of Meaningful, Clever Gift Ideas  A one-year membership to Amazon Prime for the music,…

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