It doesn’t have to be a chore. I know, I know, there are not too many people who want to become professional organizers. The task can be daunting, overwhelming and stressful figuring out where to start, what to do, how to do it and how to stay motivated. Our tips below will help make the organizing process more fun & fabulous!
This time of year can be particularly taxing – make it easier with some of these helpful tax tips. Dig up all of your receipts. Whether it’s a business transaction, major purchase, charitable contribution or other notable transaction, these receipts could lead to deductions. Here’s a list of tax deductions for you to reference.
This time of year can be especially dreary – temperatures have decreased, the sun sets early, and we all anticipate those dreaded snow storms. Now is a great time to add some brightness and life to your living situation. Aside from heading to Trader Joes and getting a small bouquet for $3.99, here are some other ways to spruce up your living space with some spruces.
Did you know January is GO Month? It stands for “Get Organized!” If getting organized is on your list of resolutions for 2016, here are some ways to make your organizing dreams come true. Have you heard of NAPO – National Association of Professional Organizers. I know, it sounds crazy – a large group of Type A’s gathering together, each trying to take control from one another? It’s actually quite the opposite. NAPO is comprised of men and women in the Professional Organizing industry that come together to share experiences, resources, techniques and more. If you are struggling to get organized, one way to start is to find an organizer in your area which you can easily access through the NAPO-New England website.
Most of us have a favorite charity or two – ones that are near and dear to us, usually because we have a personal connection to the cause. These colder months are always a time when people have holiday fever and the urge to give back to others.
How many times have you come across a mouth-watering recipe while looking through a cookbook, magazine, or on the internet? You bookmark it with a post-it, tear it out of the magazine in the waiting room at the doctors office, or keep that tab open in your internet browser. But how are we supposed to keep all of these recipes organized so that our minds and bellies can be satisfied!? As winter rapidly approaches with holidays right around the corner, it is important to create a system for your recipes (whether hard copies or digital versions) so they can easily be accessed for a cozy night in or dinner party for eight. Here are our top 5 ways to organize recipes.