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Capsule Wardrobe For Kids!

I’ve been really loving the benefits of living with a capsule wardrobe. This process has challenged me to rethink my personal style, decide how I want to present myself to the world, and invest in pieces that I know I will use and love now. Having less also results in less laundry, cleaning and organizing. Over the […]

The Secret To An Organized Life

Want to know how it’s possible that some people never have to face massive piles of mail, dirty dishes, laundry or clutter? The Compound Effect is the principle of reaping huge rewards from a series of small, smart choices. Here’s an example of how this principal works. One of my clients, Susie, often feels distracted […]

The Value of Constraint

I recently returned from an incredible training program at The Life Coach School with master coach, Brooke Castillo. One of the things Brooke mentioned during the program was how the concept of constraint has helped her in her life. She has a wonderful podcast about it you can listen to here. She defines constraint as a limitation […]

Just Start

We have all put off projects because they feel too big and overwhelming. It’s easy to fall into an all or nothing approach. My advice is simple: Just start. Whether you want to clear clutter from your living spaces, or tackle a larger home improvement project, doing a little is better than doing nothing at […]

Clutter Free Living with Kids

If you have young kids, it’s far too easy for your home to turn into a war zone of toys and clutter. Reclaim your living spaces with these simple tips: 1. Gather all toys and games from the whole house into one area. Ruthlessly edit down to the favorites. Your kids can help by letting you know […]

Does Your Home Reflect Your Values?

I believe your home should be a reflection of your deepest values. If you are stuck in a rut with clutter or disorganization, it might help to ask yourself the following questions: 1. Why do you want to live in a less cluttered environment? 2. What do you want to be able to do in your […]

Closet Makeover Project Part Two

In my last post I talked about the steps I took to work towards creating a capsule wardrobe collection. I found that the most impactful steps were clearly defining my style and editing ruthlessly. After editing, I shopped for a few key pieces to fill in gaps and complete my wardrobe. I always like mixing high […]

Closet Makeover Project Part One

I love fashion and style as much as the next girl. But, I decided a few months ago that I spent way too much time, energy and money shopping for clothing. After reading about Project 333 and being inspired by the blog Unfancy, I was convinced that living with a very minimal wardrobe was the way […]

Holiday Shopping, Simplified

Happy November! I am done with my holiday shopping and you can be too! Here’s how I did it: 1. Establish concrete rules about how your family will approach the holidays. Then make a list and a budget. We celebrate Hanukah, and decided we wanted to get each girl the customary eight gifts (eek!), one […]

Staying Clutter-Free with Kids

There is always so much pressure to shower children with gifts, toys, games and the latest technology. As the holidays approach, and this pressure intensifies, I want to offer my approach and some tips for staying clutter-free with kids: *Set clear physical boundaries to set limits and respect the space that you have. If your kids […]

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