Getting organized! For many, that phrase is synonymous with "Buy Me!"
Savvy retailers know that "Get Organized Fever" breaks out at predictable intervals, and tailor ad campaigns to capitalize on the desire to create an organized home. Too often, professional organizers hear the cry, "But I can't afford to get organized!" Read More >>
One big obstacle to organizing children's rooms? Too many toys!
Whether it's fast food freebies, mushrooming collections or over-buying by doting grandparents (Guilty!), it's easy for children's toys to pile up well beyond their play value. How do you pull the plug on toy excess?
Try these tips to identify toy keepers, turf surplus toys, and rotate the family's toy collection to cut down on toy clutter. Read More >>
While the answer is different for every person and every household, there are four core elements of an organized life. Knowing the Core Four--and where you fall in relation to each element--is essential to craft a get-organized plan that will work for you.
Today in the New Year Cleaning Challenge, we'll meet the Core Four. Where will you focus your get-organized energies? Read More >>
You say you want to get organized, but what does that mean, exactly?
There are as many paths to an organized home as there are households, because the meaning of "organized" is personal to each family.
Today in the New Year Cleaning Challenge, it's time to consider where the shoe pinches. Knowing what isn't working is the first step to creating a personalized path to the organized life of your dreams. Read More >>