Posts Tagged: home organization

Digital Organization Tips with The Cloud Life

Here's some tips from The Cloud Life that explains digital organization with your most precious items.

Who doesn’t feel overwhelmed by the endless volumes of family photos, heirlooms, kid art, videos, and other memorabilia that take up prime real estate in most attics and garages? My solution is always to start by editing down to the most treasured essentials — but then what? With the recent series of natural disasters across… Read more »

Toy Organization Tips with IKEA + Say Yes

A few months ago, I collaborated with IKEA and Liz from Say Yes, on a playroom makeover. Liz is a busy mama of three and runs a thriving business and blog. She reached out because her playroom felt cluttered and disorganized, and she was ready for a fresh start. IKEA generously agreed to provide storage and… Read more »

Your Kids Don’t Want to Inherit Your Clutter

Here's how to make declutter your home and organize it so that your kids don't have to when you pass away.

As my father’s oldest child, and his only local family member, I was left with the overwhelming task of resolving his estate when he died unexpectedly. I remember arriving at his house to assess the situation, and exhaling when I opened his basement door and found a neat stack of bankers boxes with all of… Read more »

Inspiration: My New Favorite Organizing Book

I have been a huge fan of Remodelista for years and when I heard about their new book and website dedicated to all things home organizing, I did a happy dance around my living room. The book is not only beautiful, but also filled with simple, stylish, practical ideas for every room in your home…. Read more »

How to Ask Better Questions

The best way to organize your life and fix the "problems" you face, is by asking yourself positive questions. Shira Gill explains in her newest blog!

Here are some questions I hear frequently from clients: “Why is my house such a disaster?” “Why can’t my kids put things away when they’re done?” “Why is this all so overwhelming?” Sound familiar? It’s far too easy to get stuck in a thought loop of negative questions. The problem is that negative questions produce… Read more »