Organizing Tip of the Day: 10 Apps to Organize Your Life

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If you are like me, I am always researching and looking for the newest apps to make my life a little easier since I love using technology to organize data, thoughts and reduce paper.  This article 10 Apps to Organize Your Life gave a great outline and links to some of the popular ones.  There are apps for organizing your finances, keeping business records on the road, storing passwords, cooking instructions and recipe storage as well as organizing your wardrobe.  Whatever ...

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Happy Valentines Day – Need A Last Minute Valentine’s Gift?

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If you forgot it was Valentine’s Day today and your spouse, partner, or girlfriend/boyfriend, is expecting a gift, consider giving them the gift of organization as a last minute Valentine’s gift.  We are used to working with procrastinators…in fact we love them!  Our In-Home assessment is a great way to build an organizing plan and get some hands on help for busy families, small business owners, and couples who struggle to help each other keep everything in order.  Click here ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: Kondo your Phone to Declutter Your Electronics & Mind

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For all of you fans of the book by Marie Kondo “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing,”  I thought I would share this article on how to apply her methods to declutter your electronics like phones, tablets and computers : Get the link here – How to Kondo Your Phone.  Basically the same principle applies to leaving apps on your phone that spark joy and cataloging other’s in groups so they ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: How to Live with a Messy Person

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I loved this article in this month’s issue of Real Simple Magazine:  How to Live with A Messy Person.  Over the years I have heard from countless spouses and partners complaining about their significant other’s in ability to put items away or follow the organizational systems they are working s hard to implement in their homes.  Often I tell people it is hard to change someone else’s habits.  This article, written by a married couple that consists of one ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: The 5 Secrets of People with a Clean Home

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I laughed when I read this article The 5 Secrets of People Whose Homes are Always Clean because I realized I already practice them all without thinking about it.  I wouldn’t say I have a spotless home, but I have found that we practice the difference between “tidy and clean.”  The principle is simple, people will perceive your home as more clean if it looks less cluttered.  The more items you have on your surfaces, floors and shelves the more messy/dirty ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: Create a charging station in a drawer

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One of the best ways to charge all of your gadgets and hide all of the cords and clutter that come with them is to find an empty drawer in your office,  entryway, or kitchen and create a charging station.  With some simple tools such as a drill and a power strip you can make a great hideaway for unsightly gadgets.  What have you done to organize your electronics in your own home?

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Organizing Tip of the Day: 6 De-cluttering Projects for a Snow Day

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As I find myself home all day for the second time in a four days due to snow I thought I would share this great article from The Washington Post, Snowbound: Tackle Tackle the junk drawer or even your taxes.  I look at snow days as bonus days to catch up on projects I usually ignore for lack of extra time. One of my greatest accomplishments this weekend was cleaning out the pantry, fridge and freezer.  Instead of running into the ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: Have More Productive Mornings

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I am not a morning person at all but I always aspire to get up earlier to get a better start to the day and increase my productivity.  This article 11 Tweaks to Your Morning Routine was great inspiration for ideas on how to have a better morning, improve time management and be more productive.   I especially liked that this article emphasized that doing things like eating a good breakfast, drinking a full glass of water and exercising can ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: Organizing Your Fridge for Weight Loss

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In addition to getting organized many people start the New Year focusing on their health as well.  This article 9 Clever Ways To Organize Your Fridge For Weight Loss combined both goals.  I thought the best tip in the article was posting your grocery receipt on the front of the fridge to serve as an inventory of what you have.  Having an organized fridge helps you save money, waste less and eat healthier.  What are your favorite tips for keeping ...

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Organizing Tip of the Day: Where to Donate Suits

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Often my clients want to find good homes for items they no longer want that will really make a difference in someone’s lives.  Where to donate suits comes up often.  Most Consignment shops don’t want them, especially men’s suits.  I recently read about this organization called Save-A-Suit in Connecticut Magazine and thought it sounded like a great resource for my local clients, friends and family.  Save-A-Suit is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. They provide our former military and college graduates with professional ...

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