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Organizing for the New Mom

Organizing for the New Mom

You are overwhelmed. Of course you are – you are a new mom. You have completely new roles and responsibilities. You’ve taken on arguably the most challenging and important task in your entire life – ensuring that your child grows strong physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. As if that weren’t stress enough, now add to it the less important, but still highly significant, task of keeping all of your baby’s stuff organized.

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Weight loss and getting organized are two of the most popular New Year's resolutions. This year I am going to combine them into Kitchen Organization so that you can be working on both goals! Your kitchen is like any other room in your house. It has a purpose – to...

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Getting Organized for the Holidays

Getting Organized for the Holidays

Here we are at the first of December and the holidays are almost here. Hanukkah begins on the 11th and Christmas on the 25th. Tips To Help You Make It Through The Season First set your budget before you get started. How much can you afford to spend? If you're looking...

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Green Organizing and Simplifying Your Life

Green Organizing and Simplifying Your Life

"The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of nonessentials." - Lin Yutang Most of us know that the "Green" movement is all about reducing, reusing, recycling and repurposing. In short, it's simplifying what you have. Its about finding your stuff so you are not...

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Organizing Tips for Your Car

Organizing Tips for Your Car

Some of us use our cars as an "office on wheels" and some of us use them to simply haul our kids from one place to the next. Thinking of getting an upgrade for your car? Or just want a change but don't want to change your unique number plate? Do not worry as you can...

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Tips for Organizing for Travel

Tips for Organizing for Travel

Most of us love to travel but the process of preparing for a trip often raises unnecessary stress. When you get organized to travel, packing the right items is a no-brainer and the effort you put into planning will pay off when you are on the vacation or business...

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Organizing for Disaster

Organizing for Disaster

What if the one spouse who takes care of all the family's vital records was suddenly gone? What if a tornado, flood, earthquake, or some other natural disaster destroyed your home? Where are your financial documents? Where's the will? With whom do you have life...

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12 Things to Toss Right Now (With Very Little Thought)

12 Things to Toss Right Now (With Very Little Thought)

Expired medicine or food.Anything from a fast food restaurant - kid's meal toys, condiment packets, plastic utensils and napkins.Clothes that don't fit now and by the time they do they will be so out of style you would never wear them again. (Donate to charity if they...

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Closet Organizing Tips

Closet Organizing Tips

Consider re-painting the inside of your closet. Light colors reflect the interior light better than dark colors. Or if you really like a dark colored wall consider light colored shelving.If you don't have good overhead lighting in your closet now - think about adding...

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Creative & Messy vs. Creative & Organized

Creative & Messy vs. Creative & Organized

Some of my clients think that getting organized is going to decrease their ability to be creative. They think that the disorganization allows them to express themselves. Being creative has nothing to do with disorganization. In fact, the more organized you are, the...

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10 Great Organizing Tips

10 Great Organizing Tips

Consider simplifying your life. The less stuff you have - the less time you have to spend maintaining it. Therefore, you have more time to really live, to play, to be with your loved ones. The next time you buy something consider the real cost to your time to take...

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