Written by Larkin Gayl
As you find ways to declutter and simplify your home, keep in mind that knowing what your possessions are made of is just as important as being in touch with how they make you feel.
Chances are, you’ve been hearing about the
The biggest catalyst for a disorganized home is a surplus of clutter: a constant influx coming in, and very little consistently going out. If clutter is your issue and decluttering doesn’t happen first, you’re really just pushing piles around.
But this isn’t a new idea. Millions of well-intentioned people
Written by Allie Kleinman of Organized by Allie
Meditation, being out in nature, and exercising are great techniques for clearing your mind. But I also believe your home – the place you likely spend quite a bit of time in – plays a role in how clear-headed you
Written by Amy Volk of AmyVolk.com
After organizing homes and offices for over 8 years now, I have come to believe that there are certain habits that organized people have in common. Rather than focus on what UNorganized people do to be UNorganized, it’s far better for us to learn
I used to misplace my car keys all the time. And of course, I never lost my car keys on a quiet Saturday afternoon when I was leaving for a lunch-date early. NOoooOpe!
My keys would always go mysteriously missing on the biggest, most important day of the week. It would be the morning
As a professional organizer, I have spent tons of hours color-coordinating closet wardrobes. The reason so many organizers, like myself, meticulously color-code their clients' closets is not only because it looks beautiful when it's complete (which it definitely does).
Creating blocks of color in an organized