Tag Archives: advice

Prime Time Organizing

Prime Time Organizing. Working on just a small area can make a big impact and make you feel a sense of accomplishment, while watching your favorite shows Continue reading

Posted in Organizing, Productivity | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Prime Time Organizing

Show Off Your Magnetic Personality!

I first became intrigued by the idea of using metal surfaces for storage from a product named Grundtal (oh, those names!) from Ikea. It is a set of three magnetic spice tins. Designed to show what’s inside with a clear top, I thought of all the things that they could store aside from spices. Continue reading

Posted in Organizing, Organizing Products | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Organizing: What Not to Do

Yes, Believe it – There are Several “Nots”! We’ve all read books and articles about how to organize. I’ve even written many articles on what to do first, what to do second, etc. However, I’ve never written about what not … Continue reading

Posted in General, Organizing | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Organizing: What Not to Do

Avoid “Laundry Overwhelm” with Time-Saving Folding Tips

As a residential professional organizer, I visit lots of homes. One household system that is quick to fall apart and overwhelm a person is LAUNDRY. I have strong opinions on laundry: • dark and light clothing should be separated (my … Continue reading

Posted in Clothing, General, Organizing, Productivity, Time Management, Tips | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Avoid “Laundry Overwhelm” with Time-Saving Folding Tips

Your Turn to: Ask the Organizer!

This year’s Philadelphia Home Show has a theme of “Small Spaces”. With the recent trend of Tiny Homes, this theme seems a perfect fit. Besides, many residents of Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, without ever opting into the Tiny Home … Continue reading

Posted in Organizing, Small Spaces | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Relocation Stress Syndrome and You

Yes, there really is such a thing as Relocation Stress Syndrome! Relocation Stress Syndrome, or RSS, was approved as a formal diagnosis in the early 1990’s. (And here you were thinking that everyone else must be so much better at … Continue reading

Posted in Move Management, Seniors & Aging | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment