Being Organized = More Money In Your Pocket

How can being organized save you money?  Here are just a few ways: 1.  Inventory: Knowing what you have for food and toiletries will prevent you from buying excess. 2.  Comfort: Being in a clean and organized home will encourage you to stay home rather than out spending. 3.  Deadlines: Having access to bills and […]

It’s All Part of the Party Plan

Last weekend, I threw a party for my husband’s birthday.  It was a milestone birthday and I was willing to undertake what I knew would be a daunting task; not because I didn’t know how to plan a party, but instead because of the sheer number of guests.  He has a very close and quite […]

An Organizer Buddy: 6 Reasons NOT to Organize Alone

Whether you’re reorganizing your kitchen, garage, clothes closet, or filing system, having someone there to help you get it done can be invaluable. No matter whether that person is a professional organizer, a neighbor, or your best friend, consider these benefits to finding your organizer buddy. Finish Faster -with 2 people working you’ll be done […]

Jewelry Safekeeper

Keep your jewelry safe and orderly in a jewelry box.  If you are like me and have more jewelry than will fit in a traditional shoe box size jewelry box, look at alternatives such as the Silver Safekeeper Jewelry Cabinet allows a full length mirror and has the option to mount on the wall.  Displaying your […]

Endings: Gateways to new beginnings

A networking friend and connection of ours recently wrote this excellent and insightful article about her own experience with managing her current life transitions. I thought many of you would enjoy it.  – Erin Elizabeth Wells   By Gail Kauranen Jones  “In my end is my beginning.” –T.S. Eliot I am about to embark on […]

The Sound of Distraction

My brother spent time in Tokyo and he told me the most surprising cultural difference in that city and Boston?  Noise.  Part of what we love about Bostonians is their exuberance.  Walk through the streets of Beantown and hear loud conversations, bursts of laughter, elaborate ringtones and bass beats pumping from cars passing by.  We […]

The Responsiblity of Change

“Action springs forth not from thought, but from a readiness for responsibility.”  Dietrich Bonhoffer Are you really ready for the responsibility of true action, true change, in your lfe and the lives of your loved ones?  If so, get ready for some real work, real sweat, and maybe some real tears that will make room […]