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How to Organize Your Kitchen Step by Step

If you want to organize your kitchen to change your life, it’s a pretty good place to start. Kitchens are often the most in-demand rooms in the house. Beyond food, kitchens are gathering places, homework stations, information centers, and more. When kitchens are disorganized, it makes your life harder. So, let’s talk about how to Read More

What Do You Need to Create the Life You Want?

It’s hard to hit a target if you don’t know what it is. Creating the life you want starts with defining what that life looks like. Create Space for the Life You Want One of the biggest areas of focus with my organizing clients is how to create space for the lives they want. Sometimes Read More

6 Tips for How to Start the School Year Off Right

Back to school time can feel chaotic, but it doesn’t have to be chaotic. How do you make the shift? Create Calm Before the Chaos 1. Set an intention. What do you want the start of the school year to look like? To feel like? For your kids and for you Identify the obstacles to that Read More

How to Organize Your Family’s Summer with a Summer Fun Board

Summer offers many organizational challenges: inconsistent schedules, summer trips, sunset at 9 p.m., camps, playdates, and more. It also gives us a chance to spend more time with the kids, which we hope can be fun instead of a struggle. When you organize your summer, summer fun is more likely. It’s summer solstice, a few Read More

What Are You Supposed to Do with School Papers?

School papers come home in bags and piles the last couple of weeks of school. Artwork, worksheets, stories, journals, and more more more. What are you supposed to do with it all? Stuff it in the back of your kids’ closet? Keep everything? Throw it all away? Options for What to Do with School Papers Read More

6 Beautiful Ways to Store & Display Your Jewelry

A few times a year, you may become painfully aware that your jewelry is hard to find, see, or otherwise unorganized. This happens frequently at Hallmark holidays: Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, or other gifty occasions. The flowers and chocolate don’t need a permanent place, but the jewelry does. Whether your collection was built up over years Read More

Get Ready for the Holidays with One In, One Out

One in, one out is one of my favorite organizing principles. What does one in, one out mean?  For every one thing you bring into your house, you should move one out. It’s a great way of maintaining your space once you’ve decluttered. It’s also a great strategy for getting your home to the stage Read More