Guess in a way we are all familiar with it, the stress when our living and work space is a mess. Build up dishes and laundry from the last weeks, items misplaced and maybe even lost within our home. These are just a few of the things that when clutter builds up so will our stress levels. This article from The Huffington Post contains some interesting results from a recent survey and shows that it is well worth your time and money to invest in a clutter free home and work space. Being Organized will eventually save you time and money, reduce your stress levels and increase your productivity. Like my motto on my website says it’s time to “Get Organized, Be Organized and Stay Organized” and I am looking forward to talk to all of you willing to take that on. Read the full article here
Like the title says, I am featured on the McLean Patch website with some Spring Cleaning tips. Together with a few other Professional Organizers we shared some useful tips.
You can read the full article here
Edit: (03-20-2013) Just noticed the article also got featured on the Falls Church Patch website!
When the many things you consume end up consuming You! Live with less, a lot less.
Which is the core essence of the article I’ve just read and wanted to share with all of you. When you are honest with yourself and think with a clear and open mind you know you don’t need much in life, you can do just fine with the essentials. To quote William Morris (1880) “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful”.
I have been implementing just that into my life for the last years and it feels great. I rather spend money on my health by buying healthier foods, create friendships and be around people, share and have great conversations, see the beauty of the world, have trips to places you dream of visiting that will leave you with great memories rather than just stuff that ends up boxed in the garage, a storage unit or the landfill.
This article is a must read, who knows you might end up wanting to live with less and possible have a simpler and more enjoyable life (I know I do). Read the article here
For some people moving doesn’t take them any big planning ahead of time. But some people like the baby boomers who’ve lived in the same home for many years will face the enormous task of sifting through accumulations. For some of them starting a year before actually moving would be a smart thing to do. Read this short article from The Press of Atlantic City about this topic and nice to see they referred NAPO as a to go to source for Professional Organizing help.