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We passionately believe that education is the first step to getting organized!
That’s why we offer these completely free resources to help you get and stay organized, no matter how busy life might get. Just click on one (or all of them) to download!
Someone close to you has Graduated High School and is College Bound! The go-to gift is always Money or Gift Cards, of course, but what about including something exceptionally useful with your financial gift! We, as professional organizers, are always looking for the practical and simple gifts. Here are a few we have found to be incredibly useful and love to recommend for the college bound student.
Do you want to park a car in the garage? Is it going to be a mudroom, storage area, and still have room for a car? Will there be gardening and tool areas? Once you decide the purpose of the garage you can start to plan.
The success of your organizing project is largely up to you. Our job is to evaluate the situation and create a new system tailored to your lifestyle. When you maintain this system, it will eventually become a routine! It is normal for systems to be tweaked and adjusted as situations change.
Deciding functionality is key. Our room-by-room guide will simplify the process and get you started with the first steps to a de-cluttered and simplified home.
Downsizing can be a difficult process involving many enormous decisions. Here are some of our most helpful tips to help ease the stress of downsizing.
The death of a relative is always hard on a family. Not only do you have to weather the emotional turmoil when someone you love passes away, but you also have to deal with the real-world detail.
So many people could use a hand in getting their home together, but they’re too embarrassed or afraid to ask for help. Clutter can add stress, loneliness, and depression to a household. But relieving some of that pressure can result in more time, happiness, success, and freedom.
Moving is one of the most stressful experiences we can go through. Not only are we dealing with the emotional baggage of leaving our old home, but we have to deal with our actual baggage as well. Make sure that everything goes smoothly with this moving checklist planner!
It’s important that kids have a strong structure and routine. It not only keeps them organized, but also helps to keep them happy (just don’t tell them that!) And establishing a great routine for kids is easy with this checklist!
As a mother of two, I know exactly what you’re going through as a new parent! Sleep, feedings, changings… It can be incredibly overwhelming. That’s why I created this checklist to help new parents get through the first few weeks of baby being at home!
Back to school, daylight savings time… The fall is a busy time and it’s easy for things to fall through the cracks. Make sure that doesn’t happen by downloading this fall checklist!
Is Thanksgiving Day fast approaching? Keep your cleanup strategy on time and on track, ensure nothing gets overlooked, and decrease the stress-load come Turkey Day by downloading this checklist!
Do you keep your closet closed at all times in fear of the mess inside? You’re not alone. Often, the illusion of an organized home can be achieved by simply shoving everything into the closet. It’s time to get back control of your storage by organizing your closet space. You can find the first steps in this free closet organization guide!
The summer is one of my favorite times of year, but also one of the busiest. If you have kids, you’re going to be swamped with summer activities that will eat into your schedule, leaving disorganization in their wake. But that’s only if you don’t download this summer grab bag checklist!
As a professional organizer, I think two of the most beautiful words in the English language are, “Spring Cleaning!” But it can be super tough to shake off the dark and cold of the winter and get started organizing in the light and warmth of spring! You can get started with this spring organizing checklist!
There is nothing worse than discovering that you’re out of diapers when your baby needs a change. To make sure that never happens, you need a diaper bag that’s fully loaded with everything you could possibly need for change time. Keep track with this diaper bag checklist!
Having an organized home doesn’t have to be difficult. Even if it seems overwhelming, you often just need to know where to start. With this home organization guide, I will walk you through the various steps to take your home from a mess to a masterpiece of organization!
You’ve gotten through the holiday without a scratch, but now you have to deal with the aftermath. Getting everything in your home back in order after a holiday can be stressful, but is made much easier when you have this helpful post-holiday checklist in your back pocket!
A surprising amount of clutter can build up in the bathroom. Toothpaste tubes on the counter, magazines on top of the toilet, bottles of hair products sitting in the shower… You don’t need all of it, so use this checklist to figure out what you can safely get rid of in the bathroom!
The 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Easter… These are holidays that require a tremendous amount of prep. Whether you have to worry about planning a get-together at your house or you need to get the kids ready for a holiday dinner the grandparents, this holiday checklist will help you keep everything on track for an well-organized holiday!
The kids are ready for summer camp, but are you? From toiletries to hiking essentials, and everything in between, sending your little ones off to camp is simple and stress-free when you know exactly what they need. Print this checklist to make packing a breeze!
Your baby is not a baby anymore! Moving your college student into the dorms can be an emotional and stressful experience, but it doesn’t have to be. Use this checklist, and rest easy knowing that your scholar is equipped for success—a comfy room to come back to each night helps, too!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays; I love dressing up, trick or treating, and eating tons of candy! When my son was little we'd make our whole playroom a fun Halloween decorated space. It was so cool with cobwebs, spiders and tombstones. Use this guide for some helpful tips for organizing and storing your Halloween decorations, as well as some extra tips about allergy free Halloween treats!
Whether you love or hate winter, one thing is for sure: Nobody enjoys doing the prep for it! That said, the preparation you do in fall will ensure that your home won't be damaged during the winter, making it that much easier to get prepared come the springtime. Here are some of the things that you want to make sure you get done before the first big snowfall hits.