Our latest 10 Acts of Organization Contest Winner is Sara from Havre de Grace. Sara won two hours of organizing, working with professionals, Karin Walker and Mary Ratzensberger. Sara is a stay at home mom with four kids, ages 9, 7, 5 & 2. Wow! She really enjoys having an organized house but as any […]
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Where To Start
“I don’t know where to start, can you help with that?” asks Annie as we talk on the phone about her upcoming organizing appointment. “Absolutely. It’s what we do.” I respond. Getting organized is not just about buying cute bins at Target® to hold all the little shoes that are cluttering the foyer. So […]
10 Acts of Organization Month 7: Lori from Aberdeen
Our August 10 Acts of Organization Contest winner is Lori from Aberdeen! Lori won two hours of organizing, working with professionals Karin Walker and Mary Ratzesberger. This is our way of giving back to the community in honor of celebrating our 10th Anniversary. Here is her story! Lori, a military wife and mother, has quite […]
Keeping Your Car Clutter Free With Kids
Check out this article from Direct Buy Auto Warranty on how to keep your car clutter free with kids: HOW TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY CAR CLEAN
What’s the latest in the organizing industry?
What’s the latest in the organizing industry? Clearing a closet? Moving? Important documents to get in order? Read on to learn what happened when over five hundred professional organizers descended upon Scottsdale, AZ in May 2014. Annually, the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) convenes to network, share ideas, learn new strategies and […]
10 Acts of Organization: Month 1 An Office
Every month from February – November, 2014 we are collecting entries in our 10 Acts of Organization Contest. If you would like to submit an entry to receive two hours of free organizing services, click here. Our first 10 Acts of Organization winner is “Sally.” When Sally submitted her photos for her office, she had […]
Better Than Chicken Noodle Soup
originally based on Double Chicken Dumpling Soup by Rachel Ray 4 ribs celery from the heart, chopped 2 onions, chopped 4 carrots, cubed/chopped 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 fresh bay leaf Salt and freshly ground pepper 6 cups vegetable broth (6 c. of water, 2 T of Better Than Boulion) 2 c. chickpeas rinsed and drained. Dash freshly grated nutmeg 1 1 pound package gnocchi […]
What Does An Organizer Do?
When I say “Professional Organizer” so many images are conjured in the people I am speaking to. They may see a super hero flying in to wipe out the clutter, a team of happy cleaning people bringing order to a space or a business professional (with a stop watch instead of a whip) keeping you […]
A Place for YOU!
Make a Place for You Making a place for you is a way of getting yourself into the spirit of a streamlined home. Start with a place that you WANT to be. It can be any room, part of a room. A corner. Your living room, bedroom, bathroom, but it has to be a place […]
And the Rains Came
Spring weather is alternatively inspiring, invigorating and depressing. We wake up to sunshine and warm temperatures one day, and have to drag out the winter coats and gloves the next. This creates some distinct challenges in our efforts to keep things picked up, at hand, and in order. What to do with coats that are […]