Everything Downsizing Seniors Need to Know

Today I welcome guest blogger Andrea Needham with eldersday.org to share some tips and resources for downsizing and moving. Any move is stressful, but moving during a pandemic adds an extra layer of anxiety. I’ve added a few resources at the bottom to consider...

How to organize together, when we’re apart

For more than 15 years I’ve worked as a professional organizer, primarily going into people’s homes or businesses to help them create organizational solutions, helping to figure out what matters most to them, and then providing creative ways to let go of things that...
Pandemic Productivity: An Oxymoron

Pandemic Productivity: An Oxymoron

Week 1: The internet was alive with Pinterest & Instagram worthy schedules, overachievers shared ambitious home organizing projects, online workouts seemed fun, and Quarantini recipes were all the rage. Week 2: People were looking at their toilet paper supply with...
The Benefits of Chunking Things Down

The Benefits of Chunking Things Down

I’ve been dealing with a few injuries lately (I will not bore you with the lengthy list of ways your body seems to break down as you approach 50!) and have been seeing a Physical Therapist. I was prescribed a number of exercises to do 4 times each day. I was super...
Projects to Jumpstart your Organizing Resolutions

Projects to Jumpstart your Organizing Resolutions

The gifts have been unwrapped, the turkey carcass has been picked over, and while the joy and merriment of the holidays may still linger, many of us are thinking ahead to 2020. The week between Christmas and New Years can feel like a week of Saturday, which sounds...
To decant, or not to decant…that is the question

To decant, or not to decant…that is the question

Pantry porn is a relatively new world online. Look no further than Instagram or Pinterest (some pages with over a million followers!) to see rainbow inspired shelves in celebrity homes, and note the awe struck and envious comments of those who aspire to such beautiful...