Which of the following weight loss analogies best describes your clutter?
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.
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…)
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…)
For about what you spend on a week’s worth of groceries for your family, you can have a regular, monthly appointment with a professional organizer. (more…)
When it comes to organizing in the kitchen –or in any space the biggest problem is having too much of one thing or another. This is especially a problem when organizing in the kitchen. Here are 3 easy ways to set limits for yourself in the kitchen, so you don’t get carried away keeping more than you are ever going to need.