Posts Tagged ‘organization’
Setting up your home office? Here are the top 5 recommendations from a professional organizer.
#WFH? Check. Since the start of quarantine in March, many of us have been working from home. And in the beginning, we “made do” and improvised. We worked at our kitchen tables and islands; we created Zoom space in the bedroom and living room. The dining room became our makeshift workspace and we figured it…Read More
Planning for “THE AFTER” in your business…
Did your systems work? Now is the time to plan for what comes next and determine just how prepared (or unprepared) you were for disruption like COVID-19. For many businesses, technology was the biggest hurdle, at least in the beginning. Could your technology support a Work From Home platform? Did you have the right IT…Read More
Where can I hide this?
Finding good hiding spots… Do you think finding good hiding spots is all about playing “hide and seek” or having a great Easter egg hunt? In organizing, good hiding spots mean effective space management. Maximizing your existing storage comes in many forms. Closet organizing, purging unneeded and unused items and choosing effective storage are important. …Read More
Battling that bulging closet…
Why is closet organization important? Who hasn’t struggled at one time or another with a closet that just won’t cooperate? Getting dressed and out the door is critical to a less stressful life – we do it at least once a day! So why does the closet remain such a struggle for many of us?…Read More
Do it once and be done
Touch it twice rule Have you heard of the “touch it twice rule”? In essence, it means that you touch an item or project only twice – do it and be done. Complete a task right away or deal with an email or paperwork. By doing this, You eliminate the need to go back and…Read More
Did you make a mess of your mudroom?
Why do I need an organizational system for this space? Transitional space is one of my clients’ greatest challenges to keep organized. Largely this is because it’s present in every home or office and it gets so much “traffic” every day. And because this space is so convenient, it can become a dumping ground as…Read More