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5 Tips To Organizing Your Home

by on February 11, 2014


The key to being productive is being organized.  Less frustration, less time wasted, more time for fun! Here are a few tips to get you started.

  • There is a place for everything and everything in its place.
    You’ve heard this expression before.  But it is easier said than done!  By creating a place for things like keys, wallets, tissues, and mail you will know when you need to purchase additional items.  I have enjoyed watching many clients happily find books that were ‘lost’, lots of money, and even gift cards!
  • Pick a room or a corner of a room or even just a drawer to start! 
    If you look at your entire home or office as one project you will get discouraged before you start.  Organizing one area will make you feel so successful that you will want to keep going.  I like to start with one drawer.  Remove everything (I mean, every thing!) in that drawer.
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Pantry Makeover

by on January 28, 2014


It’s the beginning of the new year, and there is no better time to take stock of our belongings and reorganize! When it comes to the kitchen, there is no better place to get started then the pantry. This year, I challenged myself, and now I challenge you, to do out with the old and unhealthy, and bring in the new-nutritious.

Make your kitchen pantry work for you, not against you!

Kitchen pantries come in all shapes, but whether yours is a full sized closet or a combination of a bookshelf and a couple of small cabinets (like mine), the pantry is the soul of any kitchen. As fresh foods come and go out of the refrigerator and freezer, the pantry holds all the boxed, canned and bottled goods, whether they are spices, oils, pasta, sauces or soups, that add bulk

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