Reduced stress. Increased productivity. Improved well-being.



Do you need to hire a professional organizer?

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on September 9, 2017. During my organizing seminars, audience members often share funny antics that have to do with their disorganization. I love how their laughter breaks up the tension and reminds us that we don’t always have to take... read more

Saving things for grandchildren may leave you feeling stressed

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on Aug. 26, 2017. Many of you are struggling to get through your days. You feel rushed, frazzled and worn out at the end of the day. You describe your home as a wreck or dumping ground. You’re embarrassed to have people over. If this... read more

Are you in the habit of keeping past calendars?

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on Aug. 12, 2017 Humans are creatures of habit. This explains why at the end of each year I take the calendar I just used and add it to the box containing my collection of previously used calendars. I saved them so I could look back... read more

Get to the office on time by organizing your work essentials

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on July 29, 2017. Many years ago, when I worked in the corporate world, I had a coworker who showed up late to work most mornings. She charged in the front door with her purse swinging at her side, papers haphazardly stuffed in her... read more

Organizing with a partner requires planning and compromise

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on July 1, 2017. My husband and I rarely raise our voices to one another, but the other day we got into quite a yelling match. I came home from work, looked at our messy garage and walked into the house with a bad attitude. With my... read more

Make a difference by organizing one space at a time

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on June 17, 2017. Wouldn’t you love to wake up one day and discover your home is organized, easy to clean and your belongings can be found the first time you look for them? You can make this your reality by making decisions on... read more

What’s the worst case scenario when parting with your stuff?

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on June 3, 2017. About 15 years ago, I woke up one morning with a new idea. I should can my own vegetables.  I headed to the store and spent a small fortune on canning jars and supplies. I spent the next several days sterilizing jars,... read more

Letting go of mementos doesn’t mean you stop loving

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on May 20, 2017 Our homes should be a haven. A place to retreat to when the world around us has us running in all different directions. To create this haven, start keeping things in your home that give you a sense of peace. Let go of... read more

Stop organizing clutter. Do what matters instead.

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on May 6, 2017. On my last trip to the grocery store, I noticed a woman in an electric cart pulling up to the checkout. Her cart’s basket was overloaded, so I got in line behind her and offered to help. She smiled and thanked me. I was... read more

Organize for your loved ones while you still can

As seen in the Dayton Daily News on April 22, 2017. Today’s column may make you squirm a bit because it’s about death. The statistics regarding death are the same for all of us. We have a 100% chance of dying. Death is a big reason why people hire me. I have worked... read more

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

First name:

Last name:

E-mail address:

Click here to view Newsletter Archives

Archived Articles

Share This