Archive | November, 2013

#GivingTuesday: A Great Way to Cut the Clutter this Holiday Season!

I’ve mentioned in previous posts that since becoming a professional organizer I’ve really changed my outlook on gift giving.  It’s astounding to me how many unused and often unopened gifts fill the closets, basements and even entire rooms of individuals I’ve worked with.  The waste can be measured not only in terms of money spent, […]

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Talking Back: You Get to Choose How to Respond to Self Talk

Self talk.  We all do it, though some of us don’t really like to admit to it. Self talk doesn’t necessarily mean talking out loud to oneself, but it can show up that way.  Instead, by self talk, I’m referring to what we find ourselves saying which results in self-limiting behavior.  Phrases like “I can’t”, […]

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An Opportunity to Participate in an Important ICD Study

Hi All, I was recently asked by the ICD to pass along the following request to my readers and clients.  I currently serve as the treasurer for the ICD and know that the information derived from this study and others will be useful in helping ICD support chronically disorganized individuals in the future.  The deadline […]

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