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How My Mother Made Me a Great Organizer

I often contemplate if organizing is a natural talent or something that can be nurtured. Like many things, I believe it is a combination of both, but in my case, nurturing played a significant role. My childhood home was incredibly organized. […]


‘Green’ Organizing for a Happy Earth Day!

Is it possible to be organized and green? There are a lot of companies out there constantly urging us to buy our way into home organization. (This doesn’t work by the way!)  Purchasing more products is not the best answer. Being […]


Overcoming Barriers to Downsizing

Our homes provide safety, comfort, and memories and that is a good thing! Moving to a different home may initially stir fears of the unknown, of daunting tasks, and of leaving memories behind. Finding the right solutions to get your […]


Organizing for Caregivers

If you are taking care of an elderly loved one, please take a minute to pat yourself on the back.   Caregiving is one of the greatest acts of love.   It is also an incredibly difficult job both physically, […]

Senior Caregiving

Organizing Love

An Organizer’s Love Affair with…Organizing

I’m often quoted as having once said, ‘I would rather clean out a closet than go on vacation!’   This statement, which I made over 10 years ago while cleaning out someone else’s cluttered closet, continues to confound and astound […]