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Category Archives: Organization
For local subscribers: Join me this Thursday, September 22nd at the Time Bank Social Skills Happy Hour for an Organizing Q&A at the East Columbia 50+ Center in Columbia, Md. It’s a free Organizing Seminar that will be taking place during the day (3pm), so is perfect for seniors and anyone with a flexible schedule. Please share with anyone you know who may be interested. Continue reading
Unfortunately, identity theft is on the rise, and it’s more important than ever to do more than just organize your important documents. I’m also learning that what may seem obvious to some is not obvious to everyone, so I wanted to share some tips of things you can start doing today to protect your identity. Enjoy! Continue reading
It’s community shredding time! If you live in Montgomery County, Md or in the Silver Spring area, check out these two free shredding events near you. If you’re local but not near these areas (please note that the Montgomery Co event is for residents only), stay tuned for more updates as they are announced. Continue reading
Decluttering is the first step to getting organized, and although most people know this, they can be stuck with holding onto items until they know it will be used by someone who needs it and will appreciate it. The larger well-known charities will take most items in good condition, but sometimes it’s nice to give to a smaller charity or even to a school, library or hospital. Here are 10 tips and ideas for getting rid of your stuff that you may not have thought of Continue reading
Spring cleaning is underway, and for those us still accumulating paper, we also need to regularly purge old and no longer needed paperwork. If you have a large amount of sensitive paperwork due to a recent spring clean session, you … Continue reading
Many of my clients complain about not having enough time to cook, and of course, they feel that it’s easier to pick something up from a local restaurant or fast food joint, than it is to shop for ingredients and prepare a meal when they get home from work. For many busy professionals and busy families, making a weekly, or even monthly plan can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be if you know where to start. Start small by picking a favorite meal type. For example, a slow cooker meal, an oven roast or casserole can provide a good hearty and healthy meal for a family, for one or two nights, and before you know it you’ll be cooking enough for 3 or 4 nights a week. Even one home-cooked meal a week is better than no home-cooked meals.
Here are some tips to get started with a healthy meal plan: Continue reading
Were you able to create a holiday budget this year? If yes, you’re way ahead of the majority of people who are now purchasing gifts, entertaining and attending holiday parties. However, before you finish up your holiday shopping, let’s step back for a moment. Continue reading
If you live in Howard county, Md, hold the date for the next shredding event coming up in October. Read my blog for details including a link to what they will and will not accept. Continue reading
Creating a crafting or office nook can be challenging, particularly if you have a small space, but creative gurus like Martha Stewart has a tip for you for repurposing 2 bookcases. Check it out. Continue reading
It may seem a bit early to be planning for back to school, but it’s not! 🙂 Here are some tips to get your thinking caps on, so that the first week of school goes smoothly with regards to paperwork and other school-related clutter. Continue reading