Category Archives: healthy living

Earth Day Ideas from a Professional Organizer

Spring is finally springing up all around us, daffodils are blooming and the forsythia is blossoming into that amazing yellow color. April Is The Month of Renewal Easter and Passover are a time of new beginnings. April is also the … Continue reading

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Is hoarding a thing?

The answer to the question is yes. According to the Mayo Clinic, hoarding disorder is “a persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions because of a perceived need to save them.” Those who hoard have difficulty parting with possessions even … Continue reading

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Stuck In Bed

As I lay in bed for a week from an illness this summer, I took the time to write this article for the NAPO-GPC blog. Even getting ill didn’t stop me from getting things done. I knew the deadline was quickly … Continue reading

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Simple Living Isn’t Easy

Life in the 21st century is anything but simple. Our world feeds us countless messages defining what we need in order to be happy, successful, and fulfilled. We’ve all heard these messages, either directly or indirectly, and we’ve all bought … 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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CAN WE LIVE A SIMPLER LIFE?

I don’t know about you but I often think about how I can simplify my life so I can spend more time doing what I want to do. For me, living simply means that there is less stuff which means … Continue reading

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