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January 6, 2022

Starting The Year Off Right

As a home organizer, my job is to teach my clients how to be more organized. Many of my clients have ADHD, which makes being organized even harder than people with neurotypical brains. I have ADHD myself, and so have learned so many unconventional techniques to teach myself how to […]
December 17, 2021

Protecting Your Own Energy

“Constant stress draws from the invisible field around our body & depletes our vital life force, leaving little energy for repair and restoration”. -Dr. Joe Dispenza The holidays are portrayed as a cheerful and happy for time for many people, but it’s also a notoriously stressful time of year for […]
November 25, 2021

Client Spotlight & Winter Solstice Prep

The time between Daylight Savings “Fall Back” and the Winter Solstice is definitely a dark time of year.  I’m a summertime lover, so prefer lots and lots of daylight. But this year, I’ve decided to look for more positive ways to reframe how I approach this dark time of year. […]
November 5, 2021

Taking Inspired Action

How often have you heard “inspirational” quotes about picking yourself up when you don’t want to, doing things you don’t want to do, pressuring yourself to work harder? I’ve personally heard so many teachers and coaches telling their students to do things even if they aren’t in the mood. Guess […]
October 22, 2021

Multisensory Vision Board for an Organized Home

I help people get their homes organized.  One of the biggest hurdles for my clients to get over is BELIEVING that they can have an organized home.  If you have been disorganized all your life, you probably have some pretty limiting beliefs about whether or not you’ll EVER be able […]
October 15, 2021

Organizing for Artists Part 1

I’m a Professional Organizer with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in art (specifically crafts and glass). As for organizing my own stuff, some things came naturally, and some I had to get help with. Artists have a lot of logistical issues to overcome- there’s a ton to think about! […]
October 8, 2021

ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. 2

Do you have trouble with your listening comprehension skills? What about your reading skills? Is it hard for you to visualize what is being explained, either through auditory or visual cues? What about learning through tactile or kinesthetic ways?  Last week I wrote “ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. […]
October 1, 2021

ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. 1

When someone gives you a compliment, what do you say? For example, let’s say you just baked a batch of cookies for some friends.  When they tell you how delicious they are, and what a talented baker you are, do you say “oh, I just cut up the Toll House […]
September 2, 2021

Getting A Fresh Start

Ah, the start of the new school year.  Whether or not you’ve got kiddos in school, or you’re in school yourself, September is a great time to get a fresh start on something you’ve been working on. For some people, getting a fresh start is easy.  But for others, it […]