It’s a brand new year, and last year was a bit– shall we say– turbulent! This year, let’s take a few steps into being a bit more thoughtful and mindful about our lives and our spaces.
Ahh, the season of giving. No matter what holiday your family celebrates, you just might find yourself wrapping a few gifts this year. I don’t know about you, but it can be a bit overwhelming to manage the gifts that go along with all the different events of the season.
When Courtney Carver travels, she takes her entire wardrobe along.
Wait, what?! How? Does she haul a giant trailer with a closet inside? Does she fly with the biggest suitcase allowed on a plane? Nope.
Whether you’re overjoyed about them or dreading them, the holidays are almost upon us! Maybe the family time and festivities has you excited, or maybe the logistics feel overwhelming. Either way, it’s time to prepare for the holiday season!
Keeping yourself organized is one thing, but having an organized family is an entirely different task.
If you’re struggling with keeping your home in order with several people running in and out of it every day, don’t worry! You’re not alone.
“Mise en place” is a French term that describes a practice employed in the culinary world. Simply meaning “put in place”, it is a rule that chefs live by and follow with militant discipline.
When a long day of organizing is done, the crew of A Fresh Space likes to spend some down time together. In May, we had the opportunity to attend a screening of Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.
Do you think that working longer hours means getting more work done? Surprisingly, it doesn’t. This is just one of many myths about productivity.
We here at A Fresh Space work with clients in their closets on a regular basis. The usual purging of items that don’t fit or are outdated, grouping and color coding, adding matching hangers and baskets, etc.
This post came across my Facebook feed right when I was working with a teen having ADHD. She was struggling with task management and while we had her physical space in good order, keeping up with school, activities and personal life was a challenge.