Tag Archives: organizing

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

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Conquering Clutter-Chaos Creates Calm

Decluttering is just the first step before organizing takes place. Continue reading

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80/20 Your 2018

Have you ever gotten to the end of your day wondering what (if anything) of value you actually accomplished? If so, it may be time to pull out the 80/20 Rule! Professional organizers often apply the 80/20 Rule (a.k.a., the … Continue reading

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Making a List, Checking it Twice—Not just for Santa

The holidays are upon us! There’s so much to keep track of and so many things to do! How can this wonderfully busy time of year feel less stressful? Make a list! Or several! I love lists! Just the act … Continue reading

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Becoming Organized: The Case of the Missing Slippers

If being organized is not how you were raised but you’ve started to become more orderly, you may already know: it takes time getting used to “being organized.” I learned this with a new client: Kim (not her real name) has … Continue reading

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ADHD is like your favorite fragrance, it’s a little different on everyone

According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 11% of children are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder annually. Does that surprise you? It seems like a low estimate to me, but I’m a certified professional organizer. The nature of … Continue reading

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