Organizing Blog

When You Have to Move

Planning for a Move Change is hard. We all get into a rhythm in life, and disruption can throw us off balance and increase our stress. Seniors, young children, and those involved in an involuntary move may have a particularly difficult time with the transition. For them, relocation can feel…

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Sleep Zone or Disaster Zone

Organizing Children’s Bedrooms Children’s bedrooms are often some of the smallest rooms in the house, yet we expect the rooms to neatly hold their beds, clothing, books and toys.  Crammed closets, stuffed drawers and overflowing toys are hard for anyone to keep organized, but it is especially difficult for a child…

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Transitions within your home

Although you may not be moving from one home to another, you may need to go through a mini-move within your own living space. A better term to describe this type of moving might be transitioning. There are a variety of housing transitions that can occur throughout our lives. There might be…

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Organize your space for work or learning

We’ve been in stay at home, work from home, distance learning routines for a while. The start of fall is a good opportunity to take a step back and reevaluate if what many of us hastily put in place is working the best it can. As you look at your…

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Selling your home

As the real estate market continues to adjust itself to current economic conditions, it is important for homeowners to adjust how they approach the sale of their home. When choosing a realtor to represent you in the sale of your home, it’s important to find someone you feel comfortable with.  Consider…

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