Archive for the 'closet organization' Category

How to Organize Your Closet for the Change of Season

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Has the cooler weather got you down? Do you feel like hiding in your closet, but there’s no room? I can’t do anything about the weather, but I’ve got some great ways to free up space in your closet! 5 Steps to an Easy Closet Switchover 1.  What’s working?  What’s not? Someone I know had […]

The Cost of Getting Organized

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Is getting organized something you’ve wanted to cross off your list? Need help doing it, but are worried about what it might cost? Here are a few facts and figures to help you decide if it’s in your budget. A 3-hour session ($240) gets most people started with sorting a couple of closets, an entryway […]

Solutions to 3 Common Organizing Challenges

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Whenever I walk into a new client’s house they inevitably say “this must be the most cluttered house you’ve ever seen!” While every situation is unique, there are some very common challenges that busy households face. 1. Toy Storage It’s very common for people to use whatever bins they can find or reuse – perhaps […]

Closet Organizing Tips and Techniques

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

In my last post, I talked about reducing household clutter by organizing things based on how often you use them. Today, let’s take this idea into your closet. Let the space you go to EVERY DAY reflect the life you are living now.  The size you are now, the season it is now, the lifestyle […] spotlights SPOT ON Organizing

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Please check out this 5 part daily blog post series about one writer’s experience of working with a Professional Organizer (Spot On). I’d love to hear what you think.  What was your experience like working with an organizer (if you have)?  Do you have similar clutter challenges? If you’re a busy family –  working parents, […]