Shoes

What to do with shoes: organizing your footwear

It used to be that women and their shoes were the butt of a lot of male jokes. These days, many men have so many pairs of athletic footwear that they have no right to talk about the ladies. No matter who you are, shoes can be stumbled over, piled up in closets or all […]

Tips & Tricks: February 2014

Quote of the Month “Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles. It empties today of its strength.” Corrie Ten Boom Why Worrying is a Waste of Time There’s nothing quite so discouraging as knowing you have a ton of things to do and not having the motivation to do them. We can blame time….and […]

senior downsizing moving

To Take or Not To Take – Planning for your Next Move

When you make the decision to move to a smaller place, downsizing is an important step to insure that your belongings will fit comfortably in your new home. Moving a parent or yourself can be difficult, especially when you have to give up some of the furniture that you love. As soon as possible, at […]

taxes, paperwork

Organizing for tax season

Tax season is upon us and it is never too late to start getting your tax paperwork organized. Even if you feel like it is too late for last year’s receipts, you can certainly put a system in place for this year. According to the IRS, “Well-organized records make it easier to prepare a tax […]

Tips & Tricks, January 2014

Quote of the Month  “The best things in life aren’t things.” Author unknown Fun at IKEA during G.O. Month (G.O. stands for Get Organized) Quite the media darling this month (hope you know I’m kidding). This past Saturday, I joined my fellow NAPO members for the annual G.O. Event at IKEA. Looks as though the […]