Tag Archives: possessions

Determining The Life Cycle of Stuff Helps You Get Organized

While I was going through items in a kitchen pantry with one of my clients, she commented on how easy it was to organize in the kitchen. When I asked why, she said that if food is expired it takes … Continue reading

Posted in Clutter, Consignment, Donating, General, Home, Organizing, Storage | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The 80/20 Rule

Learn about the “Pareto Principle” or the 80/20 rule and its applicability to your everyday organizing tasks. Continue reading

Posted in Clutter, Downsizing, General, Organizing, Paper, Productivity | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

ORGANIZE, MINIMIZE, & ENJOY

Have you always wanted to organize some or all of your home, but you just can’t seem to get started? Below are some helpful hints to get you on your way. 1. Schedule it First and most importantly, timing is everything. Pick … Continue reading

Posted in Family, healthy living, Home, Organizing | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

WHAT IS IT WORTH?

I had the privilege of speaking with a 2nd generation auctioneer yesterday, and I want to share the information I learned with you. The premise of the call was to help professional organizers learn what does, and does not have … Continue reading

Posted in General, Keepsakes | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Outgrown Kids Clothes: Save, Give or Trash?

Learn tips for handling outgrown kids clothes. Discover creative ways to preserve your child’s keepsakes. Continue reading

Posted in Clothing, Family, General, Keepsakes, Organizing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Slam Dunk your Way to a Spring Closet

March Madness has become an annual springboard for me to declutter. I love the NCAA’s single-elimination process as a framework for purging my wardrobe and getting my closet organized. Continue reading

Posted in Closet, Clothing, Consignment, Donating, Organizing, Wardrobe Management | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment