Organizing cards and special letters from the past

While the younger generation is all about e-cards for birthdays and other occasions, many of us are used to good old-fashioned greeting cards and letters. That letter from Aunt Thelma you got when you went off to college has a special spot in your heart. How do you decide what to keep when it comes […]

Change of seasons, change your closet

As we get closer to summer, it is time to switch your closets around to make space for warm weather clothing. Here are some tips to make your closet switch better for this season and the next one. In organizing, there is something called the 80-20 rule. People wear only 20% of their clothing 80% […]

Tips & Tricks: May 2014

Quote of the Month “…man’s sentimental attachment to objects is one of life’s greatest consolations.” Orhan Pamuk, The Innocence of Objects A great big “WELCOME!” to all of our new subscribers this month. Thanks for joining us – it’s really great to have you with us. Sentimental Attachments – ouch! The popular suggestion of letting […]

11 Tips to a Successful Yard Sale

Having a yard sale sounds like a great idea for downsizing and organizing. However, a lot of work will need to go into the job. This is not a five minute job, it takes a lot of time to get everything together, tagged and ready for a sale. Then, you need to let people know […]

Going on a trip? Six tips to help you pack.

When you find out that you need to go away for work or pleasure, do you immediately go into panic mode? Is packing a nightmare for you? Here are some tips to help make traveling much easier by being prepared and organized. Tip #1: Make a list. As with many organizing chores, it is a […]