Getting started is the hardest part. Getting started organizing is similar to the start of a new diet or workout routine. It takes intentional effort, thought, and maintenance to see results. Honestly, just like exercising, it can feel easier not to start, but everyday you don’t take action, is another day you feel crummy about life…and yourself. Let this help point you…. Read more »
From my blog...the priorganized path
Transition from school life to summer life with a little organization and intentionality. Enjoy summer how you choose to experience it. Most of my memories come from the summer months: lazy days by the pool, sleepovers, camps, and family vacation. So many exciting activities. But I also clearly remember my mom made sure we stayed level headed by giving us responsibility. [which…. Read more »
The importance of making space. We all exist in the essence of space. It’s like gravity; it just exists without us doing anything. But when we lose our space, we start to realize we take it for granted. And we want it back. Space: a continuous area or expanse that is free, available* Space: open distance between items, clear Space: the sense…. Read more »
Mothers can easily get frustrated with their kids in the house. They can especially feel defeated when they’ve worked hard to organize or purge an area and the kids appear to have no respect for the effort, and destroy the order in a matter of days [or minutes!].
Gifts, keepsakes, mementos, kids trophies, travel souvenirs, memories from late loved ones, and those concert tickets from your first date. How do I decide what to keep? When I tell people what I do, one of the first questions I get asked is, “how do you make people to get rid of things?” And when I’m standing alongside a women in her…. Read more »