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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for simple life hacks that make your daily routine easier. Well, I have some (ten, to be exact) that are easy, inexpensive, and involve minimal tools (no power drills necessary!). Here are some of my favorite ways to use command hooks!
January marks the start of the new year—the perfect time for resolutions and new beginnings. For professional organizers, it’s known as Get Organized (GO) Month. If you’re tired of resolving to change your diet or hitting the gym every day, mix up your New Year’s resolutions with some organizing ideas. If you’re already thinking about getting better organized, but are feeling stuck on the specifics, we can help! Here are some of our GO Month suggestions for 2019:
At the end of every year, we love to take a moment to share some of our favorite projects from the past 12 months. In 2018, we had a particularly special project worth highlighting: the opening of The Little Details Organizing Studio in Cambridge! This project was years in the making, months in the executing, and celebrated during one spectacular weekend in February. Last year at this time we were under construction and now we’ve been open for almost a year. Without further ado, here are some little details about some of the not-so-little projects of 2018!
As The Little Details wraps up another productive year and prepares for the next one, we look back on the developments, changes, projects, and progress of 2018. We couldn’t accomplish what we do without our great team, amazing clients, and helpful organizing products! After careful consideration, we’ve come up with a list of the products we use and recommend the most to clients. They help make our lives so much easier and more organized, and we hope they do the same for you!
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.