Another post in the Ask The Organizer series! I am so happy when someone posts a question here on the blog or on the facebook page. Keep them coming!
“I have a dorm room/studio-ish room that could definitely use organization!”
Here are some options for increasing your storage, without decreasing your style.
The closet without a purpose. It’s easy to bypass this closet since most people don’t use it everyday. Items that have no home usually end up here until guests arrive and then you think, “What am I going to do with all this stuff?!” Here are my tips on organizing this type of catch all closet while creating space for you guests. Continue reading
Due to the fact that babies grow so fast and their clothing is so cute, most baby closets have lots of clothing, and if not stored correctly some of those clothes might never get worn. Here are my tips for baby clothing organization. Continue reading
A 2011 survey completed by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics found that the average American spends 8.8 hours a day at work. The office is your home away from home so why not make it an inspiring place to work. Continue reading
I am beginning a new series in which individuals can post organizing questions on this blog and I will answer them. The first in this series is a request regarding organizing tips for a small pantry with wire shelves. Continue reading
Organizing in and of itself can be its own source of inspiration. I had one specific client who started her own company after organizing her home office, she realized what a range of work she was capable of and was inspired by the process.
I have found that to be true of the blogging experience, writing these posts has inspired me to really delve into the art of professional organizing. So it was with great surprise and honor when I read that Candy S from Finding Order in Chaos had nominated my for the Very Inspiring Blog Award. Thank you so much!
I’ve previously mentioned my love of office supplies and wanted to highlight Continue reading