Tip of the week…

Hello, Spend one day soon going around your home gathering stuff you no longer use such as clothing, shoes, toys, kitchen accessories, etc. It will add up quickly and you can take it to a local Good Will drop off location or make arrangements for a curb side pick up through another association of your choice. This will help you … Read More

Tip of the week…

Hello, I’m not sure how it is for everyone else but for me, this time of the year goes very fast. It seems like you blink and the week is over. Before you know it, Thanksgiving will be here and gone, then the remaining holidays will be upon us. My tip is to start preparing now! Don’t wait any longer … Read More

Tip of the week

Hello, With winter approaching we will start using our heaters instead of the air conditioner. This means it is very important to make sure all vents are not blocked by any contents such as piles of paper or clothes. This is a fire hazard that can be easily eliminated by doing a quick check and clearing around all vents. Be … Read More

Tip of the week…

Hello, Are you feeling overwhelmed with stuff and don’t know where to start? Don’t worry about it, just start somewhere, anywhere and go for it…be, All In! Remember, there is no right or wrong way to organize. We all live differently. Any progress, is good progress. It’s never easy to tackle something that you feel is overwhelming but when you … Read More

Tip of the week…

Happy Friday, Fall is upon us which means it’s time to focus on cleaning our exterior space. Make sure you’ve brought in all the items (i.e. toys, yard tools, etc.) that you’ve left outside. This will extend the life of these items if they are stored somewhere dry. If you need to leave items outside year around such as patio … Read More

Tip of the week

Hello, When you decide to get organized, don’t worry if it looks worse at first because it usually does. It takes work to get organized but once you do, you will love it! Thanks for looking, Becky

Tip of the week…

Hello Everyone, To simplify your life, only use one calendar instead of multiple ones for each aspect of your life. Use one to track personal dates, work obligations, etc. This will eliminate over-booking yourself and allow you to see your entire schedule at a glance while only looking at one calendar. Enjoy, Becky