Transitioning to College: An Organizer’s Perspective

I’m guest blogging today with my friend and colleague Alyse Levine, Founder and CEO of Premium Prep College Counseling. This topic of transitioning to college is near and dear to me as we are sending our first child off to college this fall! Alyse and I share...

How to Live in a Post-Kondo World

If you, like millions of other Netflix viewers, spent part of the holiday season binge watching Marie Kondo and have now “tidied” up your home, you may be sitting on piles and piles of unwanted, non-joy-sparking stuff and wondering “what now?” Or maybe even wondering,...

Apps for the Holidays

As the holidays approach there is often a feeling of elated anticipation mixed with a smattering of dread. There is so much to do, and only so much time. Meals to plan, parties to host, travel to arrange, gifts to buy, and joy to create…it can take a toll! Make this...
Overcoming Organizing Roadblocks

Overcoming Organizing Roadblocks

“I feel frozen when facing my clutter” is a common phrase I hear from clients and friends alike. Or “I get started, get overwhelmed, and walk away”…so the job is never done. Feeling stuck, inundated, or frustrated is why many people find that organizing jobs linger...
Fewer Choices = More Freedom

Fewer Choices = More Freedom

I have a weird confession to make—I eat the exact same thing for breakfast. Every. Single. Day. I typically wake up at 6am. I cook a soft boiled egg, eat it over half an avocado, and top it with salted pumpkin seeds. And I wash that down with two cups of coffee. It’s...