Archive | February, 2014

Curious About Your Values? What are You Grateful For?

Yesterday was another snow day here along the North Coast.  I say “another” because we’ve had so many in the past two months, I’ve lost count.  I love snow, I really do, but when we’ve had as much snow & cold as we have this year, even I find myself saying, “Enough Already!”  As frustrated […]

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Reducing Clutter? Recycling Made Easy!

I was speaking to a new client recently who is ready to start the decluttering process in her home, but a little anxious about how to best dispose of the clutter.  I’m guessing a lot of you might be feeling the same way. So, here are some places to release some of the clutter you […]

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Gifts Received When We Release Clutter

I recently received a call from my aunt.  It was a very nice surprise, because we don’t speak on the phone very often.  She called to tell me about a special gift she had recently received.  She shared she had just finished going through all of her Christmas and Holiday cards she’d been saving for […]

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Finding the Right Organizing Support: Oh, So Organized!

Over the course of the past couple of weeks, I’ve had fun featuring a number of my colleagues from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) to give you a feel for the wide range of talents ICD organizers possess.  In addition, to showcasing their talents, I asked them to share a little about their organizational […]

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