Got Scandalous Clutter? Consider It Handled

| September 24, 2015

Your phone beeps and “Be there in an hour!” appears across the screen. In that moment, you look around your apartment and only then did you realize how messy your place has gotten. Your kitchen, dining room table, living room, desk, bathroom, every room is filled with scandalous clutter. You would like to call Olivia […]

Spice Up Your Kitchen Organization

| August 24, 2015

This guest post was written by Ty Schmidt of Photos and captions were provided by Everyone has their own reasons for not wanting to cook. Maybe it was a long day at work and you just don’t feel like it. Or you think there’s nothing to make (in spite of the fully stocked […]

Need an Organizing Tool? 3-D Print It!

| November 2, 2013

I first heard of 3-D printing during a webinar about The Future of Work. During the webinar, they showed a video about how they were testing 3-D printers and “living” ink to create an ear prosthetic. Very cool stuff for a geeky, sci-fi chick like myself. I work with clinicians and scientists who are always […]

Going Shopping? Get Thrifty!

| March 16, 2011

As an organizer, I’ve often dropped off client donations to Goodwill, Salvation Army and other charities, but I would only visit the thrift stores on occasion – until I bought my house. When I moved into my first apartment, I spent a lot of time in places like Goodwill, Salvation Army and other thrift and […]

Be Productive: Take Care of Yourself

| January 14, 2011

Taking care of your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs will help you become more productive and highly engaged at work. In his book “The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working,” author Tony Schwartz outlines four “quadrants” we need to balance to be the best we can be.

Product Review: Dropbox

| January 12, 2011

One of the doctors at work recommended using Dropbox on my new iPad. I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks, and I’m in love with it. What it is: Dropbox securely lets you store files on their servers (think of those commercials for the “cloud”), and you can access your files on any computer and your iPad. They give you 2GB for free…