Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars

Celebrating May the Fourth… Was Star Wars the source of my organization knowledge? Let’s face it, with all the movies and shows in the Star Wars Universe there are lots of lessons that can be learned. In this post, I’ll break down how Star Wars may actually hold some great organization messages. There is AlwaysContinue reading “Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars”

Tips to Find Calm When You Are Feeling Burnt Out

A year ago I wrote and posted an article about at home worker burnout. I was feeling the effects of being burnt out, so my natural inclination was to look for more information on the issue. At that time the current studies, articles, and news reports were showing that two-thirds of at-home workers were sufferingContinue reading “Tips to Find Calm When You Are Feeling Burnt Out”

National Secondhand Wardrobe Week

It’s a great time to take stock with what is in your closet! This week is National Secondhand Wardrobe Week, so it’s a great time to give your wardrobe a refresh without spending a ton of money, and with a recycling conscious mind. In order to celebrate, here are a few tips to revitalize, organize,Continue reading “National Secondhand Wardrobe Week”

Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars

Let’s face it, with all the movies and shows in the Star Wars Universe there are lots of lessons that can be learned from them. But what can Star Wars teach you about organization? There is Always Hope “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.” A professional organizer may not be Obi-Wan, but whenContinue reading “Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars”

Take a Day to Unplug

Your challenge for today is to look at the screen time report on your phone. If it’s not something you check often, you may be surprised at what you see. Take into account the fact that the report is only from one device. You also probably have computer time, tv time, and time on aContinue reading “Take a Day to Unplug”

Once Upon a Pandemic

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”