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Some thoughts on the Holidays

*DAD AND RACHEL, DO NOT READ, AS IT CONTAINS SPOILER GIFT IDEAS* We celebrate a non-religious Christmas (and I, the occasional dark grey sheep of the family, celebrate Hanukkah). We … Read More

How I keep on top of tasks

  I’d like to share with you a mental system that I invented for myself many years ago and use at least once daily (but more often twice), to stay … Read More

My closet got audited!

You know what’s better than spending tons money on clothes? Investing in a professional Closet Auditor who will teach you how to buy only the right clothes. My friend Linda Davis … Read More

My kitchen organizing favorites!

Introducing our The Organized Kitchen shop in our brand new Simplicana Shop! Here are my hands-down favorite kitchen organizing supplies:

My Parents Are Downsizing!

After helping many families downsize, or readjust in their space after their folks downsize, last month it was finally my turn to sit in the hot seat! Yesterday, my parents moved from … Read More

Losing Each Other in the Clutter

Clutter eliminates opportunities to connect with each other. I used to meet with a client in New Jersey whose house was so hoarded that her children refused to bring her grandchildren over to … Read More

The Sinister Six, part 4: Identity

Welcome back, as we continue to examine the Sinister Six: The six fears that make us pause before we place something in the donate bin. I’ve hyper-linked the ones that … Read More

The Sinister Six, part 3: Investment

Welp, we’re continuing with our examination of The Sinister Six; so far we’ve discussed Potential and Control/Perfectionism. Here’s a recap of all six fears and excuses that make us hold … Read More

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