Category Archives: Organizing for Kids

Change Your Life by Changing Your Mind

Are you happy with your environment? Are there things in your space that you would like to change? No change can take place in your life until your thoughts begin to change. Let me give an example. I am currently … Continue reading

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Living with Less

Treasured Possessions A great deal of attention has been given to organizing in recent weeks.  Time magazine published a six page article entitled “The Joy of Less” on March 23rd.  The Washington Post also had a spread about how Millennia’s … Continue reading

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Renovare a new beginning

Does your house need a new beginning, a renewal?  Renovare means to renew in Latin. Professional organizers around the world are promoting the month of January as Get Organized month. Getting more organized ranks fourth in top ten lists of resolutions. … Continue reading

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Disadvantages of Disorganization

A big disadvantage of disorganization is that it disrupts even destroys relationships.  Clutter can isolate us from building and sustaining meaningful relationships.  Instead of building a safe haven, clutter builds walls of isolation. Let’s examine what we love.  That will … Continue reading

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Getting Your Household Organized

A moms’ job isn’t easy. It is more than changing diapers, cleaning bottles, and carpooling kids.  It is training, guiding, reassuring your child, and loving them unconditionally.  You may have read in Proverbs 22:6, “Train a child in the way … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Organizing

ORGANIZING FOR LOVE February is sweetheart’s month.  It is a time to tell your loved one how much they mean to you.  You do special things to warm their heart.  I had a client, a husband, who loved his wife … Continue reading

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Hire an Organizer

Not sure if an organizer is who you need? Organizers can help those who find themselves in a situation that they feel uncomfortable handling on their own. That person can be anyone from a stay-at-home person to a working professional.  … Continue reading

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Organization is a learned skill

Helping Students Stay Organized Organization is a learned skill. Students need to develop organizational skills to be able to make the most of their learning environment. For a few years, I was a substitute teacher at the middle school and … Continue reading

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Organizing tips for kids

My granddaughter said something priceless to me, “I can play by myself as long as someone helps me.”  She enjoys reading, writing, playing cards, video and board games, and doing crafts. Hence, clutter can accumulate. Here’s some organizing tips for  … Continue reading

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What’s Your Pattern?

What are your patterns of organizing? The Accumulator -keeps everything and finds it emotional to let go of things The Postponer – puts off projects and has a hard time starting until the need to take action The Slacker – … Continue reading

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