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Whether you are coupled or single, celebrate Valentine’s or Galentine’s, here are some great clutter-free gifts to give the people that you care about. Connect with mindful giving by thinking about the person that you are giving to and considering what they would enjoy the most. Accompany all gifts with the most important element: a […]
Everything that you give and receive is energy Let’s talk giving and receiving. Its February, and chances are that you still have holiday gifts that haven’t found the right place in your home yet. Am I right? Sometimes we receive gifts that simply don’t align where we are in life and that’s OK. This post […]
Whether it’s just you or a large family, organizing your pantry can be a little overwhelming. Am I right? Packaged food comes in so many different shapes and sizes that figuring out how to store it in an organized way may seem almost impossible. The simple tips we offer below will help you whip your […]
As much as I love a huge walk-in closet, with shoe walls to perfectly align, Hermes bags to display and filling top-to-bottom shelves with labeled baskets, my creativity kicks into overdrive when I’m organizing a smaller space. My extremely talented photographer friend, Nicole LaMotte, invited me into her sacred space and we co-created her dream […]
As Mother’s Day approaches, I wanted to share with all of the beautiful mamas and mamas to be how to create a minimalist makeup bag. Considering everything most mom’s are juggling during the day-to-day, a heavy, overloaded makeup bag shouldn’t be one of them. I had the pleasure of sitting down with the beautiful and […]
If you’re like most people, laundry day can be overwhelming, and it basically stinks (figuratively and literally). In addition, to organize your laundry area is a whole other task that you don’t even want to think about. But don’t fret! I’ve come up with the best ideas to help you organize and store your laundry […]
We’ve all been there. Whether it was splitting your room with a sibling as a kid, going to college with new roommates, or simply sharing a smaller house with your busy family, sometimes you just have to learn to coexist with others all up in your personal space. Believe it or not, this doesn’t always have to be the source of tension, arguments, or lines drawn in the sand. Living together can be easy! All you have to do is follow these simple guidelines:
Even with the advent of digital cameras, Facebook photos, and cell phone pictures Clutter Healers still often run across boxes of old photos lying around in clients’ homes, from their past or left over from relatives.
It’s our job to come up with the best way to store or display them, in a way that takes up as little room as possible while maximizing the enjoyment of the memories they hold.
After all the fun and excitement of the holidays are finally over, it can be tempting to just throw everything back in cramped boxes or old plastic bags to be shoved back into your garage or attic until next year. But retaining a little bit of holiday enthusiasm during the clean up phase will help you hang onto your decorations longer and make next year’s set up a breeze.