In our commercialized society, shopping has become so much more than just purchasing the things we need to survive. For many of us, it’s a means of entertainment, and the “thrill of the hunt” keeps us coming back for more.
How many times have you walked past that juicer in your pantry, letting out a heavy sigh and thinking to yourself, “I’ll get around to using that one of these days!”
I’ve been helping people get organized since 2006 and in that time, my clients have shared with me how much money they’ve saved (or found!) because of working with me. They’ve realized that they are not only gaining peace of mind but their wallets are happier too.
Recently I attended the NAPO National Conference which was pretty awesome. But one thing threw me off: business casual clothing. It’s not really my thing. But being on the Conference Committee, I kind of needed to up my wardrobe game in that department.
Anyone who knows me, knows I don’t like a lot of ‘stuff’. But when you get to know me better, you’ll realize that I’m also not a big fan of holidays that encourage the buying of a lot of unnecessary ‘stuff’.
An off the cuff tweet has morphed into a full blown post about clutter and the holidays! In fact, my tweet “Friends don’t give friends clutter for Christmas” was Rubbermaid’s “Tweet of the Week“! I was at TJ Maxx today looking for some tights to go with a dress for an upcoming holiday party and […]
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Excellent post I just read on the Cost Of Disorganization by Tara at Clockwork Professional Organizing out of Vancouver, BC. No matter how much I try to write good posts – I read so many excellent ones by others – and here’s one of them!
I work with a lot of clients who have trouble remembering things, or misplace their stuff. I always tell them that it is pretty normal to do this – even us <professionals have had this happen. But the longer I do this, and the more I streamline my life, the more I realize that the […]
I do love reading other blogs – and come across a lot that I’ve subscribed to. I’ve also been submitting content to articles and blogs through HARO which is a daily log of reporters looking for information from experts (and non-experts). I look at this as a way to share what I know, and, who […]