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…)
I’ve been a professional organizer for many years. Often people who are naturally organized ask me incredulously, “What do you do for people? Why can’t they throw away their own trash?”
When you are born with the desire and ability to keep things in order, it’s easy to see other people’s disorder as a character flaw. (more…)
Drop your belief that other people care if your house is clean.
They don’t care. (more…)
This week I found this letter which I wrote to myself when my children were 4 and 5 years old (they are 15 months apart). Those were hard times, friend. And here’s my proof. (more…)
A clothing swap is an awesome way to clean your closet, party with friends, and get free clothes!
Like any other topic, there are two sides to the story of decluttering. Some people can’t get enough while some people can’t be bothered. (more…)
Last week I talked about Doing it all. Since we can’t actually do everything, how can you figure out what things are most important for you.
There is no cookie-cutter model for balancing work, family, and self. I think that’s because people have really different priorities. For some people, an organized house is not nearly as important as being successful in their career or traveling around the world. For others, having a place for everything and everything in its place is what keeps them sane. So for those people, an organize house is quite a high priority. (more…)