It is day forty of the 40 bags in 40 Days decluttering challenge. You made it to the end!. But maybe it is just the beginning.
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It is day 30 of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Decluttering Challenge. Today I get to share with you one of my own projects.
My guest room closet is my space in the house for my hobbies/memories. The room used to be my home office until shifting things for a second kid. Since then it has slowly become a disaster area for memorabilia and my personal craft supplies.
I am an avid knitter, a barely part-time scrapbooker and a two times ...Continue Reading →
Today I wanted to share some tips about maintaining medication in your medicine cabinets. In my experience the level of medicines each household requires differs. We tend to be more minimalist in our household. Age and amount of family members will alter what is necessary to have on hand.
I feel it is important to have the basics stocked. First Aid bandages, ointments and supplies are must in every household. It is good to have pain reliever, fever reducer, allergy medicines ...Continue Reading →
Today is day three of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Decluttering Challenge. What is your goal for the day? If this is your first time reading about our challenge it is not too late to sign-up. Click here to sign-up
One of our 70+ participants wrote me last night frustrated that they feel like they are spending more time sorting and organizing than purging. I assured her that is exactly what you are supposed to be doing!
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It is day two of the 40 Bags in 40 Days Challenge. Were you able to accomplish one small area yesterday? Did you find you were able to decide on objects really quickly or are you getting stuck? Remember to keep your goals small each day as you start so you don’t immediately become overwhelmed by the process.
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There are so many rookie mistakes made when decluttering your home that can discourage the process. That’s why I loved this article from Apartment Therapy outlining the most common ones. https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/pro-organizer-tips-what-not-to-do-when-decluttering-your-home-168836.
Since my son turned 4 LEGOS have been slowly multiplying in my house. Finding a way to organize LEGOS has been one of my greatest challenges as a parent and Professional Organizer.
It started with a few small sets. Then the sets began to grow each year at birthdays and holidays. Family members saw my son’s interest in LEGOS grow and so did the LEGO hand-me-downs from older cousins and spontaneous purchases as non-holiday/birthday gifts.
When the sets would get built there ...Continue Reading →
We need your vote! Visit the link below to vote for our Mary Poppins Scarecrow in the Madison Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Scarecrow contest.
Much like Mary, we believe that “In every job there is an element of fun.” Everyone on our team gets excited to tackle big projects and we bring a lot of enthusiasm to the job. Our professional organizers feel so accomplished when everything is put back in order, especially when clients are so happy. We all agree our work never feels like ...Continue Reading →
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 →
It has been quite a while since my last official blog post to Organizer Mom. I am very excited to be back and sharing tips with all of my followers. My son is about to turn three and we are expecting a baby girl in May 2016, so life has been busy. Even with my best organizing skills, pregnancy fatigue, morning sickness and the holidays have added up to a real challenge in keeping up, even for a professional.
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