I challenge you to take a journey with me in 2019
January 1st used to be one of my favorite days of the year. It was a new beginning… a time to dive into all those resolutions and goals I wanted to achieve throughout the year. But the older I get, the wiser I’ve become. I’ve learned over the years that like many people, I do better by breaking those long terms goals down into weekly goals. Not only are smaller goals more easily achievable but I stumbled across a fascinating statistic. According US News, 80% of New Years resolutions fail by mid February. And I don’t want to fail!
My big professional goal for 2019 is to more post information/tips all year long that will educate and empower you, my readers, to achieve more while saving time and/or money!
How will I do this?
I commit to presenting 52 topics on social media; 1 unique topic each week. I need you to know that as I type
With the holidays upon us, I’d like to take this opportunity to address gift-giving for adults. Many of us purchase gifts for those whose relationships we cherish. There is a common notion that the size and/or cost of the gift demonstrates the amount of our affection or that it will make up for the time we haven’t spent with
I’m not sure how November managed to sneak up so quickly this year when it seems like just yesterday we were enjoying the warmth of the summer sun. But the reality is that it’s here and it’s time to get into a Thanksgiving state of mind.
I happen to think that November is the perfect time to declutter your Home and/or Office. Why? Let me give
Silly Me! I’ve been a Professional Organizer for several years now and until now, my marketing has been micro-focused… addressing topics that are near and dear to my heart. But since moving to Myrtle Beach last year and talking with current/potential clients, I’ve learned something very important… something I took for granted. Many people don’t know what a Professional Organizer does. When they hear the term, they immediately think of the tv show “Hoarders” and think I only work with people who suffer from the extreme, compulsive hoarding disorder. This cannot be further from the truth.
So this month seems like the perfect time to address this very question. It’s the beginning of a new season and of a new school year when people have a renewed interest in learning and education. And since there are various directions in which a Professional Organizer can specialize, I will address just a few of the key areas in which I help my clients.
The saying that “truth is stranger than fiction” strikes again…
Recent headlines tell of a mystery man who paid his parking ticket 44 years late. The $2 ticket was issued in 1974. The driver indicated in a note he enclosed with a $5 bill, “I’ve been carrying this ticket around for 40-plus years always intending to pay.” The driver’s return address?… "Feeling guilty, Wayward Road, Anytown, Ca.” This story appeared the
In 5 minutes or less, could you access your critical life documents no matter where you are in the case of an unexpected emergency/disaster?
The past year has been an eye-opening experience for me from a Life/Emergency Preparedness perspective. I’ve always considered myself an organized person when it came to my home, my possessions, my paperwork, etc. However I had a couple of life-changing events this past year that caused me to become even more focused on this topic.
The first event was my permanent move to Myrtle Beach 1 month into its 6-month long Hurricane season. Before then,
Have you ever heard of “Give your Stuff Away Day” This Professional Organizer had not but recently stumbled across it. Mike Morone is trying to establish the twice-per-year event occurring in May and again in September.
This month, the day is being celebrated on Saturday, May 19. The premise is that everyone has items in their homes
I’m passionate about a lot of different things but being an Eco-Conscious Professional Organizer makes my short list. What does that mean? It means that not only do I live my life promoting a simpler/uncluttered way of life but I do so with an emphasis on promoting Mother Earth’s sustainability. But I only do with thoseindividuals who share my values and I
Did you know that March is National Craft Month? If you’re like me, you like to do a variety of crafts… though finding/making the time to do them is a different story. However, I was recently contacted by a woman who was interested in my help for organizing her craft supplies. She, too, LOVES to craft. The good news, or the bad news in her case, is that she works at a big box craft store so she has amassed so many craft supplies that she readily admits could open her own chain of craft stores. In honor of this woman, all people who love to craft and yes, in honor of Craft Month,
How many times have you said to yourself:
Well, lucky for you and for all of us that February is National Time Management month. It’s a reminder that we need to take a step back and determine WHAT’S not working as it relates to our calendars/schedule and more importantly, WHY. Time Management is so far reaching that I could write a different blog post about it every day of the year. But I’ve decided to give you some of my favorite tips for managing my time and hopefully yours…