Posts Tagged "clutter"

Clutter Affects Individuals and Couples Differently

Posted by on Jul 7, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Clutter Affects Individuals and Couples Differently

My purpose in life is helping people turn their chaos into order within their homes. Many of my clients usually share with me the difficult emotions that they experience from their lack of organization. While working with an individual versus working within a couple, there appears to be a very different range of emotions that come to the surface. With the individual client, they typically express feelings of embarrassment, being overwhelmed, confusion, shame, and hopelessness. When working with one person on their clutter and creating the space that makes them feel on top of their game in...

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The Lucky Number

Posted by on Jun 15, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on The Lucky Number

Everyone out there reading this probably has a lucky number that makes them happy for what ever reason.  Amongst us professional organizers, there is another number that we talk to our clients about on a regular basis, one that can also bring happiness. It’s called the “right number.” I’m talking about determining the right number of items that live in your kitchen and your home.  Let me ask you these questions and try to answer them quickly and without too much thought. 1. How many spatulas should your neighbor have in their kitchen? 2. How many mugs should your coworker have in...

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