I love to read magazines. At the end of a long day, the ones to which I subscribe are a fluffy-mind-retreat filled with inspiration and ideas. For those of you who have followed my blog for the past few years, you know I like to share content I find share-worthy, especially when it directly supports what I do as a professional organizer....Read More
Contrary to what you might think, I’m not a hard-line minimalist. I appreciate beautiful things as much as the next person.
What gets me, though, is when individuals say an item is important and/or meaningful to them, and yet it’s squashed in a drawer behind a two-year old issue of People magazine, old soy sauce packets and some stray Milk Duds.Read More
When embarking on an organizing project, it's helpful to have an idea of the space you want to create. Pulling inspiration from the pages of a magazine and searching Pinterest are two easy, accessible ways to discover what you like (and don't like or want) for your space.Read More
About three weeks ago, I came home to a beautiful bouquet of hydrangeas: a "just because" gift from my spouse. The flowers were gorgeous, they brightened our dining room like nobody's business, they brought a smile to my face every time I saw them and they lasted more than two weeks! Best of all, they cost less than $6 from the grocery store down the street.Read More