Post Rapture Goal-Setting

| May 23, 2011

So you thought the world was ending and crossed the rest of 2011 off your calendar. After you finish knocking your head against the wall for believing a whackadoodle, it’s time to regroup and set new goals for yourself.

Organizing for Singles

| March 4, 2011

I’m a single chick myself, and I know firsthand how hard it is to keep up with everything you need to take care of. So let’s talk about Organizing for the Single Person. The first major issue with singles is that we don’t have anyone to delegate to unless we pay them. If friends help you, you still have to pay them in food, beer or both.

Be Productive: Take Care of Your Spirit (Find Your Passion at Work)

| February 11, 2011

This is the fifth in a five-part series on productivity and health I work in a place where people are filled with passion for their mission of beating cancer, and, as an in-house professional organizer here, I have a job that fulfills my passion of organizing work and writing. In his book “The Way We’re […]

Be Productive: Take Care of Your Mind

| February 7, 2011

Clutter causes stress, and clearing the decks of your mind can help you reduce that stress and anxiety. Once you do that, you can organize the clutter, and your productivity will improve.

A Little Paint, Much More Function

| February 7, 2011

I had a little problem. Several of my bulkier necklaces wouldn’t fit into my slender jewelry box, and I wanted to find a way to keep them organized and handy. So I created these: During a trip to Hobby Lobby, I found two pale pink metal jacket holders with crystal knobs. The metal itself was […]

Why Companies Should Hire Professional Organizers

| January 31, 2011

I remember the keynote well … A growth strategist spoke about the future of professional organizing, then growing by leaps and bounds. She said companies in the future would hire their own in-house professional organizers as a way to save money and help their employees.