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"Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen, of course. If I had a penny for every time I've had someone ask if this ever runs through my head... "Another One Bites the Dust". Naturally. Need I even attribute it to Queen? But I have an absolute favorite, thanks to Iaan Hughes of 91.3 KBCS, by Forro in the ...
This is the second in the series of my video reviews detailing my opinions of the books which are fundamental to my approach to organizing, and my upcoming webinars. Making Peace with the Things in Your Life by Cindy Glovinsky. Another rough home-made job, but the webinar, Find and Honor Your Org...
Hallie Ephron, author of Careful What You Wish For, did a superlative job immersing herself in an Organizer's world. I have huge respect for a writer who visits NAPO-New England (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals) to get the insider's perspective. Was even more gra...
It's tooooo cold out, so I'm reading ALOT more. Killed by Clutter by Leslie Caine is a delightful read. Ms. Caine has a sly sense of humor, her characters are ridiculously quirky but believable, the plot is just twisty enough to be satisfying without annoying. The main amateur private eye ISN'T a...
Organizing is almost never just about the stuff, never just about living in a part of the country with, routinely, WORD OF HONOR, the weirdest sized and shaped closets of anywhere I've ever been. It's about our emotions around the stuff, and the foundations of those emotions, whether developed th...
I ain't in NY no more.
Organizing Your Craft Space by Jo Packham is a gorgeous book. Mouthwatering beautiful. Every page offers encouragement that crafters who are overwhelmed by their stashes of supplies and heaps of tools can get organized to be more productive and effective in their artistic efforts. The thematic st...
I've found something to brand, something I'd pass out like pens at a bank. Me, a Certified Professional Organizer who's reluctant to give most clients a business card! I've come to a standstill trying to teach a certain person, who shall remain nameless, about calendars. And many of my clients di...
I'm seldom late to a party, unless traffic or the weather conspire against me. But I'm currently butting heads with a certain someone who will go unnamed who is likely to start running late to parties, work, passport appointments and all sorts of other "That's gonna hurt, real world" commitments ...