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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Organize the Closet – Lighten the Load

Organize the Closet? I Can’t see the Closet Recently a client and I stood in front of what was supposed to be a clothes closet in her bedroom.  The door was open and the closet was full.  She was desperate to have a beautifully set up, organized closet. But in fact, we couldn’t even see inside much less organize the…

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Organized for Sports – Get Hooked!

Staying organized for sports can be a time consuming task, whether its for your own activities or those of your children.  Some sports are heavier on the gear side, some on the logistic side.  Some like hockey require both since both teams and gear are involved.  Add in an animal, as with horse back riding, and the need for organization…

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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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Keep Small Business Organized: 5 Strategies

Is Your Small Business Organized? We live in a changing world where small businesses must stay nimble of foot and focused on their goals.  Sometimes those imperatives seem to contradict each other.  How can we stay flexible, nimble and organized as a small business while staying focused on goals and strategies for business growth. Its probably easier than you think….

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