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eliminate bridal baggage

This past week I was fortunate to be featured on my friend Kira's Registry Rebellion blog. Most of us need more organization in our lives (I know I do), but even more so are brides planning for their wedding. There are so many thing to keep track of and remember, just for your wedding plans --- besides your daily lives of work, fiancee, family, etc. My ... Read more

Organizing Q&A Session with Amy Neiman, a simplified life

This week on the blog I had clients and friends send me their organizing questions. Great questions!  I hope you take the time to read my suggestions. If you have any questions about this Q&A please post them below. And of course you can always email me.  1. When it comes to organizing my time, what is the best approach? Thanks for asking this question. It's ... Read more

I proclaim February the month of YOU!

Most people associate February as the month of love, mainly because of Valentines Day. However, I believe February is the month of self-care: love of yourself, friends and family, and for others. January was a whirlwind and buzzing with words like "resolutions", goals, and to-do lists. Not only can February be the month of love but it can also be the month of self-love. We all need ... Read more

Organizing your Life 30 Minutes at a Time

How busy is your day? Do you have time to de-clutter areas in your home? Organizing a few spaces over time could make your life so much easier. For now pick 1 space and for 30 minutes get to work. I like to use my timer to keep me focused on the task at hand. I'm excited to be featured on the MakeSpace blog with tips on how to ... Read more

How much mail do you receive everyday?

Are you overwhelmed by too much mail? In this case I'm talking about physical mail (through the post office). Although you might need inbox help as well, please check out my blog post on organizing your email inbox here. In today's society people aren't writing letters to each other as we once did, but we receive more mail now than ever before: phone bills, utility ... Read more

It’s Tax time! Tips to get you ready now.

Happy New Year! Yes, I know January just began, but it's already tax time. For many businesses 1099's are due to independent contractors by January 31st and that deadline will be here soon. Check here to determine who should receive a Form 1099. In my quest to find more information about tax time, I decided to interview my friend Aaron Smyle, of Smyle and Associates, LLC, a tax, ... Read more

10 Tips To Simplify The Clutter In Your Home

I am very excited to share my newly published article! Please read it here on the website: http://www.totalhousehold.com/news/project-10-tips-to-simplify-the-clutter-in-your-home Clutter happens to all of us at some point in our lives. January is National Get Organized “GO” Month. Here are 10 quick tips to eliminate clutter in your home: 1. Email inbox detox. 2. One space at a time. 3. Find "homes" for your items.  4. Make decluttering a family project. 5. Practice macro and micro sorting. 6. Play ... Read more

Ways to remain Calm (and Productive) during the holiday season.

It’s December! Winter, holidays, family, parties, chaos…. Here are some ways to remain calm (and productive) during the holiday season. Things to do to make you more calm: 1) Music - Start listening to new music... This is the time of the year where magazines publish their top lists (albums, songs, music videos, etc). Here are a few to get you started: Rolling Stone - http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/50-best-albums-of-2013-20131202 Spin - ... Read more

My trip to Puerto Rico: Stand, Speak, & Profit Conference

I spent this past weekend on the beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico digesting what I learned during a 3-day conference led by Red Elephant (November 20-22, 2013). The topic was: Stand, Speak, & Profit. In your business it’s important to know what you STAND for. What is your purpose? It’s equally important to know the WHY. Why do you do what you do and ... Read more

How Organization Can Help You Save Money in Your Divorce

I'm very excited this week to announce my first guest blogger: Cari Rincker of Rincker Law, PLLC. She is a family law and matrimonial lawyer based in Manhattan, and she is here to talk about How Organization Can Help You Save Money in Your Divorce. I hope you enjoy the blog and please visit Cari's website for more information: http://rinckerlaw.com/   I help people through the emotional, life-changing experience of ... Read more
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