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How to Prevent Clutter from Collecting?

During my first meeting with a home office organizing client either virtually or in person, they give me a tour of their space. The clutter that I see may be the result of indecision, procrastination or overwhelm… sometimes a combination of all 3.  What I can tell you is that the outcome is an unprofessional,… Continue Reading »

How to Achieve Organizing Goals?

It’s not only spring but Earth Day is also this week. This is the perfect opportunity to shed the clutter that has collected in your office and home over the past year. If you are onboard with getting this done, make this your organizing goal and get started. How to achieve organizing goals is the… Continue Reading »

How to Tackle Holiday Decluttering… 3 tips

With the holidays winding down, it’s time to shift gears and focus on the new year. As you’re doing this, it’s the perfect time for some holiday decluttering and organizing. Regaining control of your space is important especially during these unusual times. This will be one less issue to stress over. Here are some tips… Continue Reading »

Home Organizing is a Team Sport When Working From Home

It’s going to be 73 degrees in NYC today and it’s almost the middle of November.  This is just another example of how crazy life is this year.  There is at least one constant in our lives… our homes still need to be kept organized. This is more of a challenge than ever with working… Continue Reading »

Why Does Clutter Cause Stress?

Even though we are well past the lockdown, many are still working from home and new routines have evolved. With all that is going on, there’s a good chance that you’re dealing with mental clutter as well as the stuff that has started piling up around you. Tackling the clutter that is collecting may not… Continue Reading »

Decluttering Tips for When Life Happens

We’ve all been there. Life happened and our office, closet, living room, or (fill in the blank) is crowded with piles of papers, books, and stuff.  This doesn’t happen overnight, though the piles can multiply like rabbits!  In these cases, we have been addressing a situation that has taken over daily life for the short… Continue Reading »