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Top Organizing Myths: Part 2

MYTH 1: Organizing is a one shot deal. This is a really hopeful myth. But sadly, so untrue. If you organize your garage and a year later you look at it again and it’s a mess you might say this … Continue reading

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Top Organizing Myths and ways to get over them

A myth is a story we tell ourselves or each other that has no basis in fact or natural event. Such a common way to deal with something we don’t want to look at realistically, right? “I have time to … Continue reading

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Love your home again!

Have you ever invited a friend over and just before they arrived, you saw what they will see (dusty shelves, overflowing with books, papers, piles of laundry clean and dirty etc. etc.) and felt pre-embarrased? So, you spent the next … Continue reading

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YOU decide

When you face your organizing options remember this:  You need to decide.  You need to decide  how much of this thing (be it sponges, magazine subscriptions, shoes) do I need for my life work for me? How does this work … Continue reading

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My 5 part organizing Methodology

There are as many ways to organize as there are organizers.  The trick is to find that organizer who is compatible with you. The way I organize is as holistic as is appropriate for each client and project. Each of … Continue reading

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Organizing after a loved ones death

My Grandfather died a few years ago and my family was fortuate enough that every single child and grandchild was able to attend the service in South Dakota. His wife, my grandmother, had decided to move to an assisted living … Continue reading

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