Letters to Clutter: Tell it how you Really Feel!

Send me your letters to clutter.  Does this sound like you? You’re standing in front of your desk, staring at the stacks of paper, frustrated and overwhelmed.  “Why are you still here?  Why can’t you find a file to climb into and make yourself available when I need you?  Somewhere in there is the invoice I’m trying to get paid…

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The Path to an Organized Garden Shed

Spring has arrived in the northern hemisphere, and with it, the promise of brightly coloured flowers, overflowing planters and fragrant fruit trees.  If you have a piece of property, chances are you also have a garden of some size and complexity and likely a shed to house the tools.  So, along with turning the soil, top-soiling the grass and trimming…

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Organize Taxes – Time Tamer Tuesday

It’s that time again.  Time to organize taxes. Yup.  Funny how it comes around every year at the same time. And since it’s so predictable you’ve anticipated tax season and have everything ready.  Right? Ok if you answered yes, feel free to leave now and come back next Tuesday or next blog post, whichever comes first.  For the rest of…

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3 Steps to Your Best Foot Forward

I’ve always had an eye for shoes but not perhaps the way most footwear aficionados do.  I see organizing footwear as including presenting yourself with your best foot forward;  its more than just finding the perfect shoes and shoe storage. People notice our footwear and its big business.  According to Transparency Market Research’s new market report titled “Global Footwear Market…

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Organizing with our Ears – Auditory Processing Modality

Organizing with our Ears is the second in a series on organizing using one’s processing modalities.  In 2010, Denslow Brown of Coach Approach for Organizers and Organizer Coach published The Processing Modalities Guide.  This is the second of nine modalities that Denslow addresses in the guide.  Auditory processing involves what we hear.  It includes sounds around us as well as what…

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