Home Inventory, Part 2

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In last September’s newsletter I recounted how the lack of a home inventory made it impossible for me to make an insurance claim for a theft, which happened during my move in November 2014. Additionally, the police were unable to … Continued

Professional Organizers and Their Mothers

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No tips or thoughts about organizing this month. Instead, in celebration of Mother’s Day, I am honoring my mother, Eva Amalia (1926-1994), by sharing memories of how she indirectly influenced my decision to become a professional organizer. Additionally, fellow professional … Continued

9 Tips for Spring Organizing

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  The arrival of spring signals the start of spring-cleaning, a tradition that goes back centuries. As important as cleaning is, it is more effective if you start with spring-organizing. After all, you can’t get much cleaning done if your … Continued

Organizing Your Budget for Tax Season

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I love diving into clutter and transforming my clients’ spaces.  However, one job I don’t do is organizing budgets. Fortunately, for those budget-impaired clients, there is a profession that focuses on helping them organize and manage their budgets. Ed Jackson … Continued

Love and Organizing

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February is the month of love — cards, flowers, and candy abound. However, you may not always feel the love if your significant other is disorganized. Here are some suggestions to help make life at home less stressful. • Set … Continued