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Letting go of the Lego’s

With being a mother of three boys, it comes as no surprise that we have a toy box ‘filled to the brim’ with Lego’s. That’s right, every color, shape, and size ever put on the market from 1998 until 2010. I have over 12 years of memories concealed in this toy box. So, when my [...]

By |August 1st, 2015|Blog, De-Cluttering, Donating, HouseHold|0 Comments

Settling Into Your New Home

If you have been following my posts, we have already covered the topics of selling and staging a home, as well as the actual move. Coming into the ‘home stretch’ we will now deal with settling into your new home. Most people would think that unpacking every box as fast as one could would be [...]

By |January 19th, 2015|Blog, HouseHold, Moving, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Organizational Tips Before you Move

If you have been following my posts for the past month, it is evident that the common theme has to deal with selling your home and moving. The first article addressed making the decision to move and the second covered staging a home. Continuing, now we are going to deal with the actual move. You [...]

By |January 13th, 2015|Blog, HouseHold, Moving, Productivity, Time Management, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Staging a Home to Sell

In my last post I addressed what I refer to as, the 'Where do I begin' phase in selling your home.  I left off with telling you the next important step in doing that would be 'Staging your home,' and I would deal with that in my next blog. So, here goes.  'Staging' plays a pivotal role [...]

Organizational Tips when Selling a Home

So, you're going to move. And, with that comes a tremendous amount of anticipation, excitement, a little apprehension mixed with a fair share of anxiety.  Logic dictates the first important question... Where do I begin? First, take a deep breath and focus on all that's positive.  With a new home comes new beginnings, new friends, [...]

By |January 1st, 2015|Blog, De-Cluttering, Donating, HouseHold, Moving, Purging|0 Comments

‘Spring’ into Action!

When spring officially arrives, as it has, why not get ‘a head start’ and purge what may have mounted up this past season. Below is a list of items that tend to multiply in the average home.  Use this list as a guide and challenge yourself to tackle one item at a time. Gather up [...]

If It’s ‘Free’, Why Not Get All You Can; Like ‘Time’

‘So much to do in so little time,’ calendars overflowing with appointments, commitments, deadlines, and that never ending feeling of being pulled in too many directions.  Have I just described what you go through every day, of every week, of the whole year?  Well, you are not alone.  It is a known fact, as a [...]

By |February 5th, 2014|Blog, HouseHold, Productivity, Time Management|0 Comments

An ‘Organized’ New Year makes for a Happy New Year!

Have you always wanted to get organized but didn't know where to start?  Don't fret!  Follow my room-by-room, step-by-step guide to help you start the process. Are you ready?  Let's get started... FOYER/MUDROOM - purge all of your unworn, outgrown coats, jackets, sweatshirts, hats, gloves, scarves, shoes, boots, and sneakers.  The less clutter in this area, [...]

By |January 7th, 2014|Blog, De-Cluttering, HouseHold, Purging, Recycling|0 Comments

September is ‘National Preparedness Month’

This month we mark the 12th anniversary of September 11th and the 1 year anniversary of the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. How do you prepare yourself and your family for unforeseen events like these? Well National Preparedness Month is here! Its time to ask "What essentials does my family need in the event of a [...]

By |September 24th, 2013|Blog, HouseHold, National Preparedness Month|0 Comments