In today’s Tuesday Tip, Hillary Adams Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, highlights 2 things to keep in mind when organizing other peoples belongings.
EOBs are one of the most common types of paperwork that we come across when helping a client organize their own documents or manage files for their parents or someone else in their care. Lots of questions come up about their purpose and guidelines for retention. What are they? Explanation of Benefits documents (EOBs for […]
Around this time of year, I find clients receiving an influx of mail from charitable organizations soliciting donations. It can be difficult to sort through the mail and make decisions about how much to give and which organizations to support. At times, discarding the mail can be a challenge and often leaves you feeling guilty. […]
Let’s face it, in the first year of having a child, most of your social encounters will revolve around and have to do with your child. In the early days and months, doctor’s visits will be your primary reason to leave the house. Once you get in the swing of things and are brave enough […]