How Organizers Help Their Children

Having been in this business for thirteen years now, I have met many professional organizers like me who have children. I have been in their homes, heard their stories and it’s very clear that the organizational skills we possess are used not only in our businesses, but in our parenting skills as well. I was […]

Clothes Organizing Made Easy

If you are sick of looking at the chaos in your wardrobe or wardrobes, and you are tired of going through all the piles just to find that one shirt, you should probably think about organizing your clothes. Here is a quick guide on how to do that with the least effort. Empty your wardrobes. […]

How to make your bathroom kid-friendly

  Once we have children, our whole life gets turned upside down. We sleep less, worry more, work harder, etc. Among things parents should do for their children is home redecoration and adaptation of certain rooms. This includes baby proofing and making your existing bathroom more kid-friendly. This does not mean you have to renovate […]

How to Organize your Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. Whether you have just moved in a new home or you want to make some renovations, a lot of effort and planning should be put in the kitchen. What you want to achieve is have a kitchen arrangement that flows smoothly and allows […]

Relocating an Office – How to Organize It

Guest blog by: Ella Andrews   Changing offices can be a difficult and stressful transition to make. Organizing an office is a tough job, especially as it can affect the everyday efficiency of a business. Having some useful do’s and don’ts can transform the move into an easier transition.     1) Make sure you […]

Organizing Your High School Student

High school flies by fast. You look at your student in the first few weeks of freshman year and they look so small and lost. In a few years you’re looking at colleges and sometimes thinking we should have started this sooner! When I breathed a sigh of relief last March as my daughter received […]

Absolute #6 – Start with a Good List

Starting with a good list and sticking to it is just like planning your work and working your plan.  Just the other day, my sister asked, “Are you ready for your graduation party?” Although I haven’t bought a thing or made any food, I said “Yes, I have my plan.” Which basically means I have […]

Keep Only What You Use – rule #3

  Those of you who read my first book might remember that I have 10 Absolutes of Organizing These are rules that organized people follow in all aspects of their life. My third absolute is perhaps the motto of minimalists. Why keep something if it is of no use to you? Think about that for […]