Archive for the 'home organization' Category

A Spot On Client Story

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

As you know, we as Professional Organizers get up close and personal with our clients.  We help you  through big life changes such as; moving, selling your home, and re-organizing your space as your life priorities shift.  Our clients, in a sense, allow us to go through these changes with them. At Spot On Organizing, […]

Spring Cleaning

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

It’s Spring!  Time to free your space and mind from the clutter that’s holding you back.   Since it’s so nice outside, we thought we’d get you started with some garden organizing tips.  When you’re ready to get started, please contact Spot On Organizing.  If you book before May 15th, you can take advantage of our 25% […]

Top 10 Tips for Organizing Your Photos

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

When it comes to preserving memories, there’s probably nothing more popular than photographs. Who doesn’t have boxes, drawers and albums full of photos? And that’s just the tip of the iceberg… I read a Globe and Mail article that said we snap as many pictures every two minutes as were taken in the entire 19th […]

Lose your mementos, not your memories

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

I guess it’s no secret that I have a sentimental streak. I’ve already blogged about some of my treasured keepsakes. I’ve also shared some ideas to help you organize your memorabilia and preserve your family memories. But don’t get me wrong. It’s just not practical to keep mementos of everything. For one thing, finding homes […]

The Hiding Storage Space in Every Room of Your House

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

I talk to a lot of people about their clutter, and one of the top excuses I hear is “My house is too small.” You probably don’t have one of the largest houses in Toronto, but I’m going to tell you about a secret weapon that will increase your storage space even if you live […]

Organizing the Mud Room {A Room A Month}

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Are you getting ready to feather your nest for this coming winter? The mudroom is not only the first stop to your home but it also gets much busier and fuller as the temperature drops! Why not start your nesting here so you’ve got a spot for everything that goes in and out of your […]

Getting Ready for Dorm Life: Tips and Tricks for Organizing Small Spaces

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

Going away to college or university is often seen as a rite of passage, the first time living away from home for many young people. If you’re not prepared, it can come as a bit of shock to arrive on campus with your personal belongings, only to discover that there just isn’t enough space for […]

How to Save Money and Your Peace of Mind while Moving

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

You’ll never hear someone say, “I love moving!” It’s tiring, unsettling, and expensive if not carried out thoughtfully. All of us can recount stories of frustration, exhaustion or expense that we or someone we know experienced during a move. I’ve heard quite a few of those stories myself. If a move is in your future, […]

Organizing Cosmetics and Toiletries

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Is your bathroom or dresser top overrun with cosmetics and toiletries? How much time do you waste every day trying to track down just the right eye pencil or lipstick? Today I’m going to help you regain control over your personal products with my three-step process. Step 1: Eliminate what you don’t need It is […]

Laundry’s Gotta Get Done!

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

One thing that all my clients (and I) have in common, whether they live alone or with a large family, is LAUNDRY. It’s a necessary part of life, but with an organized routine and laundry room, it doesn’t have to be a major undertaking.  photo credit: Day 86: “Laundry Night” via photopin (license) Organizing Your […]