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The Holiday Hustle

Holiday Season is buying time and when it comes to decorating for the holidays, we all tend to overbuy.  What if we told you that you don’t have to anymore?  Getting organized for the holidays means being organized.  What would it be like to stay organized after through the holidays and after?

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Prep your Pantry Before the Holidays

As I was buying pumpkins last week, I realized that Thanksgiving is in exactly 41 days! This year has really flown by! I’m generally the one to host Thanksgiving so I love doing a big pantry edit prior to the main event. But where does one begin? This is the the number one question I …

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Small Spaces: Entryway Coat Closet

Entryway coat closets in small homes can be tricky beasts. They can go from clean to chaotic with the simple addition of a few hard-to-store items – before you know it you’re shutting the door just so you don’t have to look at it any more. Take a deep breath, and open the door. Let’s …

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How to Stay Organized When Your Mindset Isn’t

Ever notice how when you’re day starts off with a misfortunate occurrence, it seems like everything bad that could possibly happen, well, happens? You hear me talk about energy all the time. I wouldn’t talk about it if I didn’t see the effects of energy and mindset not only on myself but with my clients …

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Vacation Packing Guide

Summer  is almost over, and you haven’t taken break. So, in the spur of the moment you hopped online, caught a deal, and  booked a last minute vacation (insert high five).  Excited to escape the hustle and bustle of life,  you toss your clothes into a suitcase and dash for the door. When you arrive …

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Minimalism – Your Guide to Decluttering and Editing

Last month we kicked off our three part 90 day minimalism challenge introducing the ideology of minimalism as well as the manipulative marketing tactics that can lead to aggressive consumerism. It is important to understand both sides of the spectrum in order to appreciate a simplified style of living. Let’s embark upon phase 2 of …

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Energy Preservation – Know Your Boundaries

Watching a loved one suffer is heartbreaking; it’s natural to feel compelled to help. Many people believe helping someone means sharing their burdens, which can be physically, emotionally and mentally draining. I’m sharing a few of my life preserving energy tips when the need to set boundaries arises. 

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