The Cost of Keeping Things – A Hoarding Story

October 27, 2011 Well, as many of you know we have been working on a hoarding home for quite some time now.  Here’s a quick review: We were called in July to help with the downsizing and de-cluterring of a home. The home owners moved into a retirement home and no one was living in

I Think I’ll Keep That

This week I have started to work on a house that is filled with ‘stuff’.  In fact, it’s a hoarding home filled with: memorabilia, un-opened items, clothes (new and old), antiques, and various items from the past.  To create a visual for you, imagine this:  when the front door opens and you walk through, there

Easily Distracted At Work – HELP!

I recently had a client who was in need of getting help with time management.  This client, I’ll call him Bob, had a typical work day filled with constant interruptions.   With the constant interruptions, Bob was ending up staying late to get his own work done and really starting to dislike his job. When

Viva Las Vegas – Concierge Tips!

We just got back from our family holiday spending one week in Las Vegas and I’ve got some great tips for you!    You might be wondering, “Las Vegas?!  Traveling with kids!”  Well, this is the third time my kids have been to Las Vegas and it happens to be one of their favorite spots. 

What Works For Me May Not Work For You

When I start working with a client,it’s very important for me to get to know what kind of learner they are.  Why?  Knowing if someone is a more dominant left-brain thinker vs a right-brain thinker is extremely important when it comes to organizing.   Not sure if you’re left-brain or right-brain dominant?  There are a ton