Watch this 3-minute video where I share four ways you can act like a professional organizer to step up your de-cluttering efforts. (more…)
The most fun organizing job we had this week was setting up a nursery for first time parents. We snuck a little nursery area into their office/storage room so now it’s an office/nursery. (more…)
We all do what we can to be more eco-friendly. Whether it’s using our our own mug at the local coffee shop, bringing canvas bags to the grocery store or making a conscious effort to only buy local foods. Unfortunately, the earth-conscious option doesn’t always seem to be the most affordable. Take heart! We’ve found a few cool resources that help you trade, borrow, and share goods, which can lessen your ecological footprint AND your monthly spending. Green organizing is smart organizing! (more…)
Just as we wrap up back-to-school shopping, the seasons change again. But shopping for winter clothes for your kids doesn’t have to break the bank. This year, skip shopping altogether and organize a kids’ clothing swap with friends, neighbors and the parents of your children’s classmates. (more…)
How many times have you said these words:
I can’t get out of Target without spending a hundred dollars. I just can’t!
You’re not alone. I’ve heard many people say those words. If dropping a couple hundred bucks on Made-in-China household-goods-you-may-already-have-at-home troubles you, read on. There is hope! (more…)
Cash for gold? Are you kidding? Do I look that broke to you? (more…)
The You-Are-Special-Today plate was marketed in the late 80s by Hallmark as a great way to honor someone at meal time. Only on days like birthdays, or the day report cards came home did the red plate come out for dinner. It was a big deal-io.