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5 Reasons Why Your Room is Disorganized | Clutter Video Tip

The best solutions come after your problem has been diagnosed. It could be simply that the plans for your space are too grandiose. So, if you have things to which you want to say adios- watch today’s video for help with the types of rooms I see the most. (Click here to watch on YouTube… Read more »

Clutter Video Tip: How to Organize Any Room (with 4 “F-Words”)

When you are setting up or rearranging a room, there are a lot of “F-words” that come to mind. While it may feel satisfying to shout those words, it’s not very productive. Watch this video for four “F-words” that will assist you in starting any organizing project. And, you won’t have to wash your mouth… Read more »

Organizing Kids’ Bedrooms

  Do you keep the door shut to your kids' rooms just to preserve your sanity? Last time you threw something in there, did something throw it back? Consider the tips for kids' rooms of all ages in this week's Good Housekeeping Home Style blog. What are your challenges with your children's rooms? Share in… Read more »

What’s Happening In Your Bedroom?

You want your bedroom to be a retreat space that makes you feel relaxed and rested, so let's consider for a moment everything that is possibly going on (well, not everything!), in this week's Good Housekeeping Home Style blog. Follow me on Twitter for my Daily #ClutterTweetTip, "Like" us on Facebook, and see our weekly… Read more »

How to Fix Clutter Trouble Spots for Good!

Do you have a clutter trouble spot in your home? Of course you do. Even the best-kept home will always have one or two trouble spots… Even being a professional organizer like me does not mean that you won't have something that always bothers you to some degree! The good news is that the majority… Read more »

Organizing Checklists Everyone Should Have — 5 Best Lists

Are you having trouble "keeping it all together?" Anything you do repeatedly can be captured for next time to make processes easier. When you think about it, recipes for the kitchen are really just procedure checklists, and we know how useful those are! Think about all of the processes common to your family where having… Read more »

Organizing Tips for Summer Travel

With airline baggage fees, confusing security measures, and grumpy passengers, air travel is getting trickier every year. As a professional organizer and frequent traveler, I know the organizing strategies in this week's Good Housekeeping Home Style blog will help you enjoy your trip as much as possible — and get there in a good mood!… Read more »

How Much Is Too Much to Keep “Just in Case?”

I remember growing up watching game shows and hearing them say that someone won a "year's supply" of something, and I always wondered how much that really would be. Was a year's supply enough for one person, or a whole family? Was it enough for someone who REALLY liked Rice-A-Roni, for example, or someone who… Read more »

How to Organize for a Move

May is National Moving Month… I've moved my family eleven times personally, along with helping countless clients move over the years, so I know that moving means stress! Read my proven movin' strategies for a less stressful move here on Good Housekeeping's Home Style blog. And if you want my help on your move, check… Read more »

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