I’ve compiled a list of 9 Organizing Mistakes to Avoid to help you sidestep the most common roadblocks to a well-organized space and schedule, both at home and at the office. 1. Not knowing your personal organizing style – When it comes to organizing, one of the key elements is to und
With the New Year just around the corner, there are 7 things you can do right now to wrap up this year with gratitude, order and a sense of well being. Check out my 7 Smart things to do before the end of the year! Replenish your wardrobe – Take advantage of the m
Are you hosting a holiday party at your home this year? There’s nothing like a strict deadline to inspire some fast decluttering. There are two reasons it’s actually easier to declutter under this kind of deadline: 1) You are highly motivated to get your home looking gorge
We all know the benefits of being better organized – less stress, greater productivity, better work/life balance, more time and overall more happiness. Below is a list of stats (some totally fun like #7 “Men were three times as likely to cook dinner if they owned a spice r
There are certain organizing techniques and lingo I love. Below is a collection of 7 of my favorites. Bag of bags – This is a technique I’ve developed to keep shopping bags organized. It is a collection of bags, organized and stored in another bag. We recommend keeping fan
According to 41pounds.org, the average adult receives a whopping 41 pounds of junk mail each year (that’s about 560 pieces!) and most of it goes unopened. Reducing junk mail (and some regular mail too) will save you time, prevent paper clutter AND reduce your carbon footprint!
When sitting at your desk, you want to have everything you need within arm’s reach. This will maximize efficiency and productivity. Below is a list of 15 must have tools to have at your fingertips. Use it as a checklist to make sure you have everything you need on hand!
3 years ago, my father – full of life, a man who loved his work – suddenly stopped working. The turn of events was dramatic and shocking. He was 78 at the time and although physically strong and healthy, he was starting to forget things. We mobilized quickly to understan
I often start my day with a morning bike ride. It leaves me feeling refreshed and invigorated. I’ve been taking the same route on this particular bike path in Brooklyn, NY for years. I take Max out of his basket at the same spot every day and he runs alongside me for th