We all love the transition from Winter to Spring with new flowers, spring cleaning and more time spent outside. However, major life transitions can be difficult. As professional organizers we often work with people who are going through major life transitions (moving, marriage/divorce, births, deaths, career change, retirement) These are 4 things you can do […]
Are your kids getting more toys this Christmas? It may be time to get rid of others. Learn how to easily “unfriend” old toys!
I don’t think anyone would disagree: Clutter is annoying. It’s a nuisance to look at. It’s frustrating and obnoxiously unpleasant. The general unpleasantry, however, is more than just annoying. It’s proven to have several negative health impacts: physically, mentally, emotionally and environmentally. Here’s a closer look at how clutter affects your health and suggestions on how […]
There are many reasons why people are downsizing their possessions, and many of them involve major life transitions. Marriage, combining households, moving, having children, sending a child to college, or modifying a home to better meet the needs of an aging adult, are all reasons for downsizing. Because these life transitions come with their own […]
Let’s play a quick game of “Would You Rather?” Would you rather stick your hand in a bucket of beetles for 30 seconds, or spend a weekend packing and moving? There’s no contest. I think we can all agree that moving is among the most dreaded tasks and life experiences. Not only is it extremely […]
Earlier this year, a documentary was screened, titled Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things. Can the Clutter clients (and organizers) started wondering where we fit in the scope of this movement. While there are many different perspectives on minimalism, I think Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, aka “The Minimalists” have defined the movement […]
Paperwork can be a real nuisance. It’s a common struggle for many Can the Clutter clients, whether individuals, families or small businesses. With more and more companies and individuals striving to go paperless, it always amazes me how much paper we still have cluttering our living and working spaces. Paperwork comes in many forms. […]
The most popular New Year’s resolution for 2018 (and just about every other year of recorded history) is to get healthy. That’s no surprise. After all of the holiday binge eating and drinking, who couldn’t use a little New Year’s detox. However, many people who make this goal, sadly don’t make it to the end […]