Would you like the inside scoop on how to navigate through big and intimidating organizing projects? Would you like to spend the weekend organizing alongside a group of online friends and me? Then snag your spot […]
Consider a kitchen cabinet assigned to pots and pans. What’s the best way to use it?
It might feel efficient to get as many items in as possible. You’re getting more storage bang for the buck, right? […]
My evening project this week has been doing some (serious) decluttering in the lower level of my home. My kids are teenagers now and we decided it’s time to switch up how we use the lower […]
In some ways, summer and staying organized seem to be on opposite ends of the spectrum. Summer means unscheduled days, spontaneity, and a generally more relaxed approach to life. On the other hand, being organized is […]
If you’re like me, one of the best parts of summer is the break from all the paper my kids bring home from school! Before you settle into a well-deserved vacation from paper, take time now […]
In today’s post, Nancy tells all about an area in her home that she struggles to keep organized. To me the big takeaway is this: sometimes it makes sense to make peace with a bit of […]
After over a decade of professional organizing, I’ve encountered common organizing mistakes time and time again. These mistakes can be paralyzing, making it difficult (if not impossible) to get started or keep moving forward on your […]
Imagine yourself climbing a hill. A steep hill. At the top of the hill is everything you’ve ever wanted—happy and loving relationships, a sense of peace and well being, time to enjoy the things you truly […]
The backs of doors are some of the best storage spaces in your home.
Think about it. We all have doors—tall doors to closets or rooms, or smaller cabinet doors in kitchens or bathrooms. That’s a lot […]
During last weekend’s Organize-athon, a participant commented that she was surprised to see that Jay and I had some organizing projects to do (both in preparation for the event, and while the event was going.) Her […]