Organizing Tip of the Day: Your 2016 Clutter Clearing Plan

Posted by:

I thought this was a great plan of action to get organized this year put out by writer Laura Gaskill on Houzz.com:  Click this link to view  Clutter Clearing Plan. She gives you a checklist for each month to tackle different areas of your home.  It is important to look at projects in steps that you can accomplish over time than feel that you must get it all done at once.  This plan of action will help you take the ...

Continue Reading →
0

Organizer Mom: Organization Plan for 2016?

Posted by:

January is National Get Organized Month.  Do you know what your organizing goals are for this year?  Most people don’t even know how to begin making a plan, but there is something about this month that gets everyone thinking organization.  Maybe it is all of the ads and magazine articles hailing the latest organizing gadgets and ways to recharge your home spaces and time management skills.  I will happily admit it is one of my favorite times of year because ...

Continue Reading →
0

Happy New Year – Let’s Make an Organizing Plan!

Posted by:

All of us here at Livable Solutions Professional Organizing hope you have a happy and safe holiday.  We also wanted to remind you that we are hear to help you with all of you organization resolutions in 2016.

We offer an affordable on-site assessment that lasts from 1-2 hours at which we complete the following steps:

  1. We will tour your rooms and offer suggestions to make each space more efficient, orderly and in-line with your true vision for the space
  2. We will talk ...
Continue Reading →
0

Streamlining Your Life!

Posted by:

Streamlining Your Life!

 Clutter affects all aspects of your life

 

By Donna Sommers 

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking

                 we used when we created them.”

                                                                   Albert Einstein

Clutter is simply the accumulation of “stuff.”  It encompasses memorabilia, “to do” projects that seem never to be ‘done’, and family members’ additional contributions to the disorder.  This can result in feeling overwhelmed and frustrated which leads to unhealthy stress.  This stress may be a blessing in ...

Continue Reading →
0