About Mia Salmo

Professional Organizer

How To Organize Your Business Cards

Have you been to a bunch of networking events recently and find that you have a fishbowl overflowing of other peoples’ business cards? Maybe it wasn’t even that recently when you received a bite size of information from someone that never seemed to make it into an organized system. Let me tell you, you’re not alone. Although business cards may seem small and unobtrusive, the more you find, the bigger the pile suddenly stacks up. And ICYMI (in case you missed it) using a rolodex is verrry 20th century. So let’s get you organized and help you make the most of your current and future connections! 

By |June 16th, 2019|Organizing|

How To Organize Your Travel Toiletries

Packing for trips is an art form. Not only are you forced to squeeze outfits into the limited space in your suitcase, you’re also forced to find space to accommodate your toiletries. Most people have a plethora of daily toiletries, and if they veer off that list, their morning routine is anything but smooth. As we jump into Summer, here are some tips on packing each and every one of your toiletries while you travel!

By |June 2nd, 2019|Organizing|

How To Organize Your Linen Closet

Linen closets are one of the most utilized closets in a home and often one of the most disorganized. Wouldn’t it be nice to immediately pull out a set of sheets and have the matching pillowcases with it? Or grab a hand towel without the entire stack of towels crashing down? If you’re desperately waving your hands in the air then this blog has got you covered.  

By |May 19th, 2019|Organizing|

8 Ways To Treat Your Mom On Mother’s Day

No matter what your age is, you’re never too young (or old!) to treat your Mama on Mother’s Day. If this is a spouse or partner reading this for some inspiration, make sure you pass the message along to the little ones! And if this is a Mother that’s loving what you’re about to read, forward this email as a not so subtle hint (wink, wink). 

By |May 5th, 2019|Organizing|

It’s Time For Spring Cleaning

Ladies and gents it’s time for spring cleaning! You know what that means. It’s time to get moving! Check back on your New Year’s resolutions and make sure that organizing hasn’t been left by the wayside. It’s not too late to get started! 

How To Organize Your Wallet

Wallets are something you pick up and hold on a daily basis. Knowing this, wouldn’t you want it to be the most organized item that you own? Read below for some ways to make using your wallet simple and satisfying!  

By |April 1st, 2019|Organizing|

How To Organize Your Purse

This is part one of a two part blog on how to organize your purse and wallet. After all, this is something you’re grabbing at the beginning of everyday and take with you everywhere. Needless to say, it should be as organized as possible. 

By |April 1st, 2019|Organizing|

8 Things You Can Purge From Your Closet ASAP

Purging items in your closet can be difficult. There’s always the “what-ifs” or “I remember when I last wore that” (or maybe not). However, the reality is that the more you purchase, the more your closet size stays the same (or seems to somehow be shrinking). Take advantage of Spring cleaning on the horizon and check out this list of some “no brainers” that can make the process slightly less painful. 

By |March 3rd, 2019|Organizing|

How To Organize Your Coupons

Now that the holidays are over, you might be feeling a little tight (and not just in your jeans after all those holiday meals). What I’m referring to is your budget. Perhaps you spent more on gifts than you intended, so now it’s time to enter “save mode.” As professional organizers, we organize all kinds of things, including coupons. Yep, that’s right. How many of you either forget to bring coupons with you to the store or let them expire before you had a chance to use them? We can help you with some organizing tricks to make the most of your coupons post-holiday spree. 

By |February 10th, 2019|Organizing|

How To Reduce Your Kids’ Toys Before The Holidays

The holidays are fast approaching, and that means celebrating—usually with food, cards, and, of course, gifts. Ah, there are always so many gifts, especially for the kids! They are a fun part of the holiday season, but can be overwhelming in excess. So, before you start worrying about what your children want this holiday season, consider what they can get rid of first.

By |December 2nd, 2018|Organizing|