Organizing Tips for Students Starting the College Search Process

Hello Spring! Well, it’s official even if Mother Nature is not cooperating with the temperatures we expect.   Nonetheless, it’s nice to begin a new quarter with more sun and blue skies.  Another harbinger of the season includes the annual “Spring

Free Electronics Recycling & Shredding Events

Take advantage of upcoming community events in the Washington DC Metro region to move out unused (or broken) electronics from your home and create room in your file drawers for current paperwork. The free electronic recycling drop-off events happen every few months, so

Be Fashion Forward & Raise MS Awareness

Earlier this month I read that the color Tangerine is the bold and spunky spring shade this year in all things fashion.  I love the idea of wearing bright orange, since it exudes fun, warmth and flash – however the

The Best Daily Planning Tool? My Hairdryer

It’s largely accepted in the community of time managers that your best preparation for a running start to the next day’s agenda relies on sorting out your action items and to-do list the night before. However some people can successfully

The 411 for a Paper 911

Earlier this month two incidents happened that caused me to pause and think about our readiness for a paper emergency. What’s that? My definition ranges from the basic emergency: when you need something and can’t find it; to the more

Welcome to My New Blog!

I am very excited to have a new forum to connect with my clients and website visitors on a more regular basis.  After 9 years of running a business and working with individuals to organize homes and offices, I believe