As professional organizers, we often seasonally rotate clothing for clients and create storage solutions for overflow clothing. This is great for those who don’t have large closets, or who have a large volume of items that don’t fit in the spaces they do have.
Every year, I see my friends post their word of the year – a word that gives them a focus and helps set their goals. I’ve always struggled with this because I’ve got business goals and personal goals and family goals and these often don’t have the same needs.
There are countless benefits to becoming (and staying) organized. Less stress, better sleep, and more productivity, just to name a few. The hardest part for some, however, is knowing where to begin on their journey towards a more organized home.
We love the Montessori method when organizing kids spaces. Playrooms & kids rooms are honestly just so much fun to organize because they are so cute when finished! And with today’s world, creating functional spaces for kids is kind of critical right now!
The holidays have passed, and a new year is here. If we follow tradition (and cultural norms), now is the time of year when we set new goals for ourselves, and start working toward them.
Thinking about moving to a new home because your current home isn’t working so well for you? Been there, done that and I’ve got a few tips for you!
What do you think of when you picture a “workspace”? Maybe it’s an office with a giant desk, a laptop, and shelves full of reference books. Maybe it’s a cubicle stocked with pencils, pens, and a stapler.
All too often, we let things pile up as we go about our busy lives. Clutter around the house. To-do lists that never seem to end. Commitments that need to be fulfilled. Projects waiting to be completed.
You know, “Someday, I’ll run a 5K,” or, “Someday, I’ll go back to school and finish my master’s degree,” or “Someday, I’ll knit that shawl.” Dreaming of the future is wonderful, but are those “somedays” starting to clutter up your home, your mind, and your life?
You finally got around to cleaning out your attic storage, and you discovered some old furniture you think might have some value. You spent a weekend editing your wardrobe, and now you’re looking to make some money back on those designer pieces that still have tags attached.