I know, I know, who thinks about Christmas/holiday cards now? I mean we just finished trick-or-treating here in the states! Well, I am thinking about it; actually at this point, I’ve been thinking about Christmas cards for about a month already. Now, I am not a person who rushes the holidays. I like to enjoy each holiday and the month surrounding it, but when it comes to Christmas/holiday cards, I’ve learned I am the type of person who needs a big head start.… Read More Christmas/holiday Cards
A friend of mine is an organizer in Memphis, Tennessee. She leans more toward minimalism, yet she still lives a very full life. Minimalism doesn’t mean lacking; her kid and her have all they need and want for little not because they have a lot of money or stuff, but because she knows how to manage the stuff they have… Read More Organizing kids’ rooms
I read an article recently explaining why you might be failing at organizing. Discover the 5 reasons and some solutions too.… Read More 5 Reasons You’re Failing at Organization
I found blog post called The psychology of decluttering: Conquering your decluttering paralysis. The article gives 7 causes of decluttering paralysis and is reminiscing of a post I made a while back called Question to help you Declutter.… Read More The Psychology of Decluttering
Are you a ladybug, cricket, butterfly, or busy bee? Find out your organizing style via Organized Clutter… Read More What is your Organizing Style?
Discover 8 types of clutter discussed in Gretchen Ruben’s book The Happiness Project. So excited I finally have some time to read this book!… Read More The Happiness Project and 8 Clutter Types
I don’t know about you, but I am a task orientated person. So, if I am given a task, I like to work till it is completed. I also like to check things off my “to do” list. These two qualities can turn me into a workaholic which can lead to a disorganized life if… Read More When do you turn off work?