If you have been following us for awhile, you know we believe in the power of organizing a single space to make your entire house feel better. Here’s one project that we find extremely helpful– organizing a closet that serves many purposes.
In addition to lunch, my son has to bring snacks to school everyday. I have been looking for ways to provide him healthy food options, that don’t come wrapped in so much plastic or foil lined packages, because, you know, we care about the environment, too =)
The holidays are a magical time of the year. But, oh, the clutter! Many of us start the New Year with a home cluttered with toys, a refrigerator crammed with leftovers and a desire to get healthy– if only we could find the time.
A command center can be a lifesaver! It’s a space in your home dedicated to processing and storing paper and communications. If you don’t have a command center yet, this season is a perfect time to get started.
The holidays are just around the corner and now is the best time to go through the kids toys, purge, and organize them. Where to start and how to be successful?Let’s start by thinking through how to best approach this for your family and then get to work.
Organizing your time is so important to your personal life. You might have heard the expression “time management”. That sounds so much like a corporate terminology that many women don’t even think about implementing these principals to their personal lives.
An organized space is a reflection of a clear mind. After many years of working 1:1 with clients I see that many times, our clients need help not just with their physical space but also clearing their minds from many tasks, feelings, etc.
The holidays will be here before you even notice. I don’t know about you, but I tend to eat very well during this period. This month we have Sara Foote, a Registered Dietitian sharing her healthy ideas with us about intuitive eating routines. I hope you enjoy the reading as much as I did.
Summer vacation was just over but it is already time to plan the next trip! We asked Laura Saxton, a travel planner that specializes in Disney World destinations to share with us her best tips to have an organized Disney World trip with kids.
Do you dream about an organized and calm school year? By now, if you have children, everything you see or talk about is getting the kids ready to go back to school. In fact, I know many parents are counting down the days for this to happen. You may have gotten most of the supplies for the kids already, but my focus today is whether you have gotten yourself in order to back to school, or not?