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Posts Tagged: home organizing

How Do You Measure Up?

When we work with clients and members of our online program, people are often surprised when we don't have them buy organizing supplies in advance. "Don't you need some bins or something?" they ask. We often do need some bins. The issue is that we don't know which kind, what size, how many, or what… Read more »

Suit Up If You’re Serious

One of our members wrote this in our message boards recently: I have realized that there is something about wearing an apron that says, "Get busy!" So true! Sometimes we suit up with a "uniform" when we are serious about getting a lot done. Maybe for you it's a "do-rag" bandana on your head, an… Read more »

Do You Have a “Destination Station” in Your Home?

Where do you enter and exit your home most often? That door should be near to what we call a "Destination Station." It's a place for your purse, your briefcase, your keys, your chargers, your sunglasses, and kids' backpacks and gear– right where you need it most. I want to show off another one of… Read more »

But I Don’t Wanna! 5 Reasons Why You Should Make Your Bed

We had our monthly member "freestyle" Q&A webinar last Tuesday night, when our members can send in photos and questions and get live consultations (no additional cost, included in our membership program). Always such a blast! One member asked me this week, "Why should I make my bed every morning?"  Here are 4 good reasons… Read more »

What Are Your “Back to School Resolutions?”

One of our Clutter Diet members posted this yesterday in our member message boards:  "The new school year to me is like setting new year's resolutions." Yes, it is! It's a fresh start, just like a brand new calendar year. What will you do differently? Here are some suggestions of small things you can change… Read more »

The Most Important Organizing Tool You Already Have

I recently read The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin (click here to see hardcover book at Amazon, click here to see Kindle version). It's a great book — the subtitle is "Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun." … Read more »

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