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January 26, 2023

Bathroom Organizing

How’s your bathroom organization? I receive lots of inquiries asking for help on how to make bathroom spaces more functional. Bathroom products can be some of the hardest things to get organized for a variety of reasons. A friend/family member just recently sent me some photos of the progress she […]
January 12, 2023

Willpower Alone Won’t Work

It’s now mid-January. I’ve noticed the New Year’s Resolutioners at the gym have started to fizzle out. If you are someone who set New Year’s Resolutions, how are they going? Are you still going strong? Or has your motivation dwindled? Many people think that they just need “more willpower” to […]
January 6, 2023

Situational Versus Chronic Disorganization

In January, the New York Times, along with many other major news sources, is always filled with articles about how to get organized. Many people start the new year off with great ambition to get organized, once and for all. For people with ADHD, you know this routine all too […]
December 31, 2022

Apartment Therapy: Organized Drawer

I was recently contacted by a writer for Apartment Therapy who wanted help with her cramped kitchen drawer. Check out the article here: I Sent a Pro Organizer a Photo of My Cramped Kitchen Drawer- Here’s How She’d Get It Organized Dec. 2nd, 2022 By Daniela Alvarez       […]
December 31, 2022

Apartment Therapy: Laundry Hacks

I was recently quoted in an article for Apartment Therapy! Check it out here: 5 Hacks That’ll Instantly Make Your Laundry Room More Functional, According to Pro Organizers Nov. 4th, 2022 By Alexandra Frost             By Jean Prominski, Certified Professional Organizer Check out my media […]
December 30, 2022

New Year’s Resolutions for People with ADHD

It’s the time of year that everyone is starting to think about their new year’s resolutions. It’s fun to dream about how much you want to change and grow in the new year. Many people with ADHD feel very optimistic about all the changes they are going to make, but […]