Notes From A Recovering Perfectionist

Notes From A Recovering Perfectionist

Last March, I learned about a woman that identifies as a “Recovering Perfectionist”. I really liked that term. As I get older, the costs of perfectionism, such as anxiety or stress, outweigh my perceived advantages of it, that is, feeling in control. Can you relate? This woman also happens to be a professional organizer like […]

Organizing Your Wardrobe in Boston’s Summer-to-Fall Season

Organizing Your Wardrobe in Boston’s Summer-to-Fall Season

Utilizing the Idea of the Capsule Wardrobe This crazy weather…demanding both summer and fall clothes! Over the past month I have found myself having to pull out my light winter coat from storage one night, but then scrounging around for open-toe’d shoes and a summer dress another day. It’s been discombobulating to say the least, […]

My Family Photo Organizing Project

My Family Photo Organizing Project

Last year, my mother and I consolidated all of the family photos into one huge pile so that we could find some pictures to use for my dad’s 70th birthday.  I wanted to put together a slideshow, and was delighted with the results from local media conversion service, Everpresent!  My dad loved it, and it’s great […]

My Cleaning Playlist

My Cleaning Playlist

Have a day of cleaning ahead of you? Check out these inspiring and fun songs to get you rocking and rolling! The Middle – Jimmy Eat World The Time (Dirty Bit) – Black Eyed Peas Pump it – Black Eyed Peas Short skirt/long jacket – Cake Groove is in the heart – Deeeelite Guallando – […]

Ten Steps for Staging your Home to Live

Ten Steps for Staging your Home to Live

Realtors often suggest hiring a professional stager to showcase your home when you put it on the market. This generally attracts more prospective buyers and will often get your home sold faster and for more money. Staging to sell includes depersonalizing living spaces so that the buyer can envision themselves living there vs.the homeowner. But […]