Well, the holidays are upon us and my guess is that by now you’ve hauled out all of your boxes and bags full of ornaments, lawn decor, lights, wrapping paper and more! How did that go for you?
I recently had the opportunity to chat with MarthaStewart.com about seasonal closet rotation and tips on how to make the most of your transition to fall & winter with your wardrobe!
Do your kids have a set place to do their homework? Do they roam around asking for pencils, paper or supplies? Is homework time stressful?
Donating to charity can reap many benefits…both emotionally and financially. I love the thought, that if I am not using or enjoying something I own, I can take it where someone can use the things I no longer need.
Can you ever have too many shoes (or here in Nashville, too many boots)? That depends. As a Professional Organizer I almost feel obligated to encourage paring down and letting go. But, honestly, I love shoes.
By setting aside a little extra time now with help from some of the tips below, you can achieve a fresh space to enjoy all summer. If your goals are to have more leisure time, hang out with family and friends, and feel productive without all of the strings attached, then this is for you!
Spring has sprung and we can finally go outside without being cold! I had almost forgotten, after this winter, what it is like to be warmed by the sun. But, as I sit outside on my deck and soak up the sun… I am remembering how good it actually feels.
Getting married? Moving in together? Combining two households into one? This is for you! I had a recent twitter query regarding organizing tips for a soon-to-be-married couple and tweeted back that there was way more information I could share than in a few tweets.
With all of the structure and activities during the school year, having weeks upon weeks looming upon you can be intimidating. But don’t stress! Use these tips to help make transitioning to summer just a bit easier.
While I’ve been super busy lately, as many of us have been, two recent blog contributions I’ve made, on the Pottery Barn blog and the Brentwood Home Page website, were posted so I thought I’d share!
Are you gearing up for the holiday influx of new toys for the kids? Already have gifts stashed here and there? Well, right now is the time to clear out the old and make way for the new!
Have kids that need clothes for the school year? Thinking of trying out shopping at seasonal consignment sales? This post is a sequel to my earlier post about shopping thrift and consignment sales (see that post HERE).