Tag Archives: clutter

Moving Beyond Perfection Paralysis

Perfection Paralysis: Organizing Better Solutions

It is always hard for me to receive phone calls from people who feel like they have failed. They feel defeated by the piles and disorder around them and the inability to change it.  One of the most common statements I hear, “I am an organized person but I can’t seem to get organized!”

Because of a desire to find the ultimate organizing solution, or use the best organizing technique, they end up doing nothing at all. I generally call this perfection paralysis. Continue reading

The Space between Belief and Action

Well Being + Decluttering Survey

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Research suggests that most people understand the correlation between decluttering and an improved mental state.  Studies have proven that organizing will help you feel better. Yet in a recent poll by Huffington Post, 47% of Americans worry about the organization of their home.  In another study 1 out of 4 people say they feel disorganized at work. So why do we stress over something we know will reduce stress?

I believe the difficulty doesn’t come from Continue reading

National Drug Take-Back Day

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Clear some clutter and properly dispose of your prescription drugs at this year’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, Saturday April 26th from 10am – 2pm.  This is a great opportunity to rid your medicine cabinet of expired drugs, unused prescriptions, and give you the ability to environmentally dispose of these substances.  

Visit the DEA website to find a drop-off location near you.