Never Underestimate the Power of a Simple Solution

I love when we can discover a simple solution to resolve a client’s challenge.Recently, my staff member Amy and I were meeting for an Initial Consultation with a new client. This client had several GREAT systems and overall was very functional with primarily her storage zones needing TLC. What was a joy was discovering that […]

Organizing with Fresh Eyes

The importance of looking at things with fresh eyes simply cannot be overstated.  Editors know this to be true, which is why a minimum of three pairs of eyes read through an author’s work many times each before they submit a piece of writing to go to print.  Anyone who has ever lost anything also […]

Wait Watchers

I was reading my buddy Amanda’s July 14th blog Consequences: Eating and Organizing and it got me to thinking about another way eating and organizing are synchronized. Just as crash diets are bound to fail (and trust me- I’ve tried enough of them!) – so are crash organizing actions.  You know the ones I mean~ […]

The Honor of Sharing Space

As organizers, it is important to be ever mindful of the fact that we are being given the privilege, the honor, of sharing not just physical space with our clients, but mental, emotional, and spiritual space.  And it is that space, the intangible space, which actually matters more. I had the recent opportunity to work […]

To Your Health

The other day, I was at a networking event and listened to a presentation by the principal of Healthassist, Dianne Savastano.  While the focus was directed toward the care for aging parents, she also shared her development of the greatest healthcare tool and empowerment device – a 3-ring binder.  Yes, it was that simple.  She […]