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We know that trying to balance your home, personal or business priorities can often feel overwhelming. Our focus is on providing practical organization and productivity solutions to help you achieve your full organized potential.
On Friday, March 13, 2020, I drove my son to school to pick up some books and supplies he was going to need for the two weeks that school would be closed while we work to “flatten the curve” of Coronavirus cases. As we were walking out of the school I asked him to stopContinue reading “Once Upon a Pandemic”
We have all been there…and chances are we’ll all be there again. Your brain is literally overflowing with random thoughts, things you need to do, things that you need to buy, appointments you need to make…but you start to feel paralyzed because it feels a little overwhelming. Then the worst thing that can happen actuallyContinue reading “When Your Brain Feels Cluttered”
It never ceases to amaze me that there is a day, or week, to celebrate just about anything, but National Secondhand Wardrobe Week is one that I can get behind. This week, in order to celebrate, I’m going to share a few tips to revitalize, organize, and recycle some of the things in your closet.Continue reading “National Secondhand Wardrobe Week”
Current studies, articles, and news reports are showing that two-thirds of at-home workers are suffering from burnout. With numbers like that, I’m pretty sure you either know someone who is, or you may be feeling it yourself. Let’s start by stating the obvious. Since Mid-March of 2020 more workers than ever have found themselves workingContinue reading “What You Need To Know About At-Home Worker Burnout”
How are your resolutions going? The talk about how to make the most of the new year is starting to settle down. We are almost to the second month of 2021. By the middle of February, about 80% (or so I have read!) of us are going to have given up on all those greatContinue reading “Resolutions, Intentions, New Habits, Goals…”
Swear is one of those words that can come across as a positive, or a negative, depending on how you use it. You can swear to do something. In which case you really mean that you are going to get it done. You can also swear because you didn’t get something done. And it’s moreContinue reading “Swear to Stick to Your Goals or Swear Because You Didn’t – Your Choice!”
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