The Most Important Room to Organize – Part 1

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

I’m often asked which room in the house, if organized, will give you the most bang-for-your-buck (and time) – it’s a toss-up between the front door/kitchen and basement/storage spot. The front door and kitchen are really the most important spaces, because they are the filter for the rest of the house.  We want to feel […]

Organizing for Your Daily Life

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

You can reduce a lot of household clutter by thinking about how and when you use things. Keep items you use daily within reach, so you don’t have to move from where you do the task to get the item. Examples: toiletries you use every day on the bathroom counter kitchen items used daily on […]

3 Tips for Organizing your Kitchen Hub

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Want to make paper pile-up, missed events, and time wasted searching for things part of your past? Follow my tips for organizing your kitchen hub and you’ll get a lot more than that! 1. Set yourself up an Info Zone. Outfit it with the following: A telephone, a recycle bin, a paper shredder, a magnetic […]

3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Kitchen Cupboards

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Perhaps you think you need a bigger kitchen because your cabinets are bursting at the seams?  Nothing a few simple organizing products won’t fix… To utilize your cupboard space better, you can get extra shelves cut at any home improvement store. Spread your dishes around and give everything the space it needs, so you don’t […]

Spotlight on… Sarah’s Kitchen

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

My client, Sarah, had piles and piles of plastic containers on two shelves of a cabinet in her kitchen. She could never find the right size of container that she needed, or the lid that matched the bottom she wanted to use.  Sound familiar? The first step to getting this mess under control was to […]