8 Ways Clutter is Costing You

Today finds many of us making New Year’s resolutions of one kind or another. Some of us want to lose weight, others want to quit smoking, still more want to get their finances in order. Take a look around yourself: how cluttered is your environment? Are you still surrounded by Christmas gifts because you do […]

PURGING Your Home – Saying Goodbye To Your Stuff

After you have amassed your enormous GOODBYE pile with the help of Purging – Part 1, it’s time to decide how to say goodbye. Sell or Consign “Goodbye” Items There are a myriad of online outlets through which you can sell items. In this blog, I detailed many options for online clothing sale. These sites […]

Purge Your Home – Ask The Right Questions

You’ve already done your initial SORT. The second part of the organizational process is to PURGE. To purge is to free of something unwanted. The GOODBYE pile from your sort are all items to purge, however, you may need to go through your KEEP and RE-HOME piles with a more discriminating eye to better pare down the […]

SORTING – The First Step to Getting Organized

In every process, there are a series of steps to follow to be successful. Hopefully, you took a moment to read my previous blog, Getting Organized. If so, you are aware there are four basic steps for this process. We start with SORTING. The old show “Clean Sweep” on TLC best personified the sorting process. On […]

Getting Organized: How to Start The Process

You’ve decided to organize your space and you are looking for a safe storage facility. That’s great. After all, the first step is admitting you have a problem. I’m mostly joking 🙂 Check out this blog where I address many of the awesome motivations for getting organized.  Now, let’s break down the process. Getting organized requires a […]

8 Great Reasons You Should Get Organized Today

Do you ever ask yourself why you should get organized? Maybe you’re managing just fine amongst your stuff. Perhaps you’ve learned to build in 15 minutes of “just in case” time to every task because you know it take longer. Maybe you enjoy involving the whole family in a fun game of “Find the Keys/Purse/Phone.” However, have you given […]

Undersink Organization

Under the sink. Sigh. It’s a constant disaster: misplaced trash, multiple open, half-used bottles of the same product, inaccessible items in the back, spills and leaks. In a nutshell, it’s an organizational nightmare. Something like this seems ideal! It looks great, its adjustable, the shelf pieces are all independent of one another… but a garbage […]

Can you Believe its Already October?!

Wow. How are we already in the last quarter of the year? As friends’ posts of “Yea, October!” flooded my feed and Halloween decorations began popping up around the neighborhood, I realized how much pressure people put on themselves during the upcoming holidays and how extremely stressful the “best time of the year” can be. […]

Student loans are generally divided between tuition fees and living costs. At the upper-level end of the scale, these loans usually include grants and loans, along with the annual interest charge. In general, the interest rate charged is the lesser of 1.25% or the prime rate, which is currently 2.59%. At the lower-level of the […]

The Container Store

Everyone knows The Container Store is the Mecca of Organization. Pretty much, the only thing The Container Store can’t contain is my love for The Container Store. However, the price total of all these must-haves can quickly add up! Here are a few ways to maximize your spending. 1. Join POP! Perks. Go to this link and […]