Door-ganizing

Doorganizing means your organizing systems depends on recognizing doors and when to keep them open and when to keep them closed.

Open Space is Not Empty

We run into a lot of clients who seem to have fear of open space and I find it to be counterproductive to sustainable organizing systems.

Organizing Collectibles

Collectibles can take up a lot of space in your home, so here’s five useful tips to keep in mind when organizing them.

Organizing for Self Storage

Increasingly, people are finding self-storage to be a helpful way to manage their belongings either during a short-term transition, or as part of a more comprehensive process to create more living space at home. Either way, it helps to keep your storage unit organized.

Organizing Books

Are the books in your home taking over? Reading is a wonderful thing, but if your books are interfering with other priorities, perhaps it’s time to rein them in.

Organizing to Live Tiny

With the tiny house phenomenon in its prime, living tiny and sustainability is more popular than ever. A minimalist lifestyle can be freeing and exhilarating. Imagine living in a simple, organized, and zen space.

A Saucy Time Management Technique

A while back I was sitting down with SEO master Ed Winslow of NicheQuest and he shared a time management technique with me, with a funny name. It’s called the Pomodoro Technique. In it’s bare essence, the Pomodoro Technique involves working for 25 minutes and resting for 5 minutes.

January 2017, Serendipity Magazine

“Next to the recyclables and trash in the garage set up a donation depot. Dedicate a shelf or some bins to items to donate, so that when they fill up they are close to the car.”