What is your clutter comfort level?

What is your clutter comfort level?

Losing clutter is analogous to losing weight. Being organized is a lot like being in shape. And though everyone is unique, most people tend to fit in to one of these three clutter comfort levels. Which of the following weight loss analogies best describes your clutter? (more…)...
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The most important step in organizing a kid’s room

The most important step in organizing a kid’s room

Toby was a kindergartener with a very messy room. He was so excited after his room re-do he started labeling the bins himself the next day! Scroll down to see an old video from 2010 of Nonnahs working in Toby's room with his parents while he was at school one day. (more…)...
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Want a better sex life? Declutter these 5 things from your bedroom (maybe 6 things)

Want a better sex life? Declutter these 5 things from your bedroom (maybe 6 things)

Newsweek magazine* estimates that 15 to 20 percent of couples are in a sexless relationship. Say WHAT? Researching statistics for this article was pretty depressing. Americans today are having less [sex] than Americans a decade ago. (Archives of sexual behavior) Why would this be?  (more…)...
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5 truths and 3 lies about professional organizing from “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”

5 truths and 3 lies about professional organizing from “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”

Marie Kondo is a professional organizer. She gets paid to help people throw away their excess clutter and organize what they keep in their homes. Before January 1st when her Netflix show "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo" dropped, many people didn’t know this was a profession. I’m so grateful to the show for exposing you all to professional organizing! Organizing is a really great job. It’s also important and deserves screen time. However, there are some serious holes in the portrayal you are seeing on Netflix. (more…)...
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