Author Archives: Carole Weinstock

Carole Weinstock

About Carole Weinstock

Carole Weinstock is a Greater Philadelphia professional organizer with Clean The Clutter in Southern New Jersey.
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Getting Organized Creates CHANGE

For many, a New Year brings new ideas, new wishes and renewed hope. Maybe you’ve thought about getting organized but haven’t acted on it. Getting organized takes some courage. The courage to take actions that result in change. It may … Continue reading

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Mind Space

“We have thoughts, feelings and emotions, but we are not our thoughts feelings or emotions” Frances Vaughn Mental Clutter is more mysterious and different from physical clutter. It hides, and resides in the mind disguised. It can be defined as … Continue reading

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It is important to keep in mind that change is a constant, and at times, things become unmanageable temporarily. You can physically clear your clutter and clear the ‘mind chatter’ by having help, support, focus, and intention. The keys are to have patience with yourself, take stock of the positives, your accomplishments, and what you are striving to achieve. It is possible to shed your self doubt, shame, loneliness, and low self-esteem as you clear the clutter. Continue reading

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More or Less, Finding Freedom

Are you overwhelmed with clutter but don’t know where to start? Read on for some helpful tips on how to start the process. Continue reading

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“I’M A HOARDER” Careful what you label yourself

Due to reality shows like Hoarders or Buried Alive people seem to identify themselves from what they see on t.v. People use this label even when they aren’t a hoarder. It’s become a generic label that people use falsely to describe themselves.Professional Organizers ask pertinent questions when doing an assessment so we can best serve the individuals. We do not judge people, and quite often find people use the “hoarding” term too broadly and too often. Continue reading

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You can have a lot of fun creating new outfits and blending pieces together from the “art” of SHOPPING IN YOUR CLOSET! Continue reading

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