Monthly Archives: October 2010

Keep Your Family Safe Online

From my friends at All Clear ID. The Department of Homeland Security has designated October as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). This is our official opportunity to take some time and think about protecting ourselves and our families online. The … Continue reading

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Conquering Closets

Closet space is something we never seem to have enough of. We can fill our closets to the brim very quickly, and then they become a black hole where items disappear, never to be found again. But organizing your closet … Continue reading

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Living Room Furniture Placement

“Without a TV, how would you know where to put the sofa?” In my new book, Get Organized Today, I write about furniture placement in different rooms in your home and how clutter can collect as a result. Often people … Continue reading

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Why Organize?

Did you spend any time today looking for something lost? Do you feel as though you never have time to sit down and relax? If this sounds familiar to you, it’s time to get organized. Organizing is not going to … Continue reading

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Do Yourself a Favor–Clear Your Kitchen Clutter!

I recently read an article by one of my fellow organizers, Bev Hitchins,  from ALIGN, A Unique & Integrative Approach to Clutter and Balance. Her article reminded me that organizing is something that you do for yourself, but the benefits can … Continue reading

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Avoid Overwhelming Clutter

It is easy to become overhelmed when trying to declutter a space.  The feelings of confusion and dread get the best of you and you quit the project mid-stream. To solve the issue of overwhelm work on only one corner of a room … Continue reading

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Garage Organizing

Do you use your garage as a dumping ground? Is it so stuffed with clutter that there is no longer room to park your car? By setting up activity zones in your garage you will be able to free up … Continue reading

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Clutter Statistics

From one of my organizing idols, Judith Kolberg. In December, 2009 the National Association of Professional Organizers and Office Depot conducted a survey of over 1,023 office workers on the question of “What clutters your workspace?.” Their response? 32% said … Continue reading

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