Monthly Archives: April 2012

Focus with a To-Do List

Do you ever wake up in the morning feeling like you have a million things to-do. Is that every morning? Take time to pause for a moment to write down a to-do list. First, you will learn is that you … Continue reading

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Get Organized in 2012 – Week 18

This week we are looking for small spaces to organize. Let’s tackle the drawers in your home. Decide what type of item is going to live in each space and communicate that that is the new home for that item … Continue reading

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How Many Books is Too Many?

Here’s my stash of “to reads” and I confess I have a few more (like 10) in my family room in a nice bin. These are under my bed, waiting their turn. How many is enough? I pose this question … Continue reading

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My Reward for Being Organized

Being organized does make you more efficient. Being more efficient gets you more free time. More free time to do what you want to do. For me, I look forward to Spring and sunshine and sitting on my back porch and … Continue reading

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What’s in Your Tool Kit?

Whether you are handy or all thumbs, there are a few items that every home should have to make quick fixes and minor repairs around the house. Store these items out-of-the-way, in a box or bin, so they are available … Continue reading

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Downsizing Tips Booklet Give-Away

Downsizing isn’t just for seniors. It’s a trend to live with less. Not to deprive yourself, but to feel in control of your life. Living simply means living with more – more time, more money and more space. Today’s give-away … Continue reading

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10 Chores Your 5-Year-Old Can Do

They grow up so fast! They are in school now and independent of you for at least a few hours at a time. While they are at school they are learning that they are responsible for themselves and their actions. … Continue reading

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Save Time with an Organized Kitchen

Food prep takes a long time – a big chuck out of your day. No wonder we are so inclined to go out for dinner, instead of staying home. Here are some tips to help you save time in the … Continue reading

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Get Organized in 2012 – Week 17

This week we are going with the theme of “Variety is the Spice of Life” and while we jump around your house and attack pockets of clutter and create pockets of organization. Week 17 Day 1. Grab you most recent pile of … Continue reading

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Team Work at It’s Best

I have been busy with a special project lately and I want to share it with you. Recently I was contacted by Sarah Himan from the Quality of Life Foundation. They help disabled veteran’s and their families. From their site: … Continue reading

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