Monthly Archives: December 2016

5 Ways to Be Organized When You Have ADHD

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

Proper organization takes dedication, no matter who you are. For those with ADHD, it can be even more difficult, but definitely not impossible! So how can you stay organized when your mind is trying to delegate a million different tasks? These tips will help not only keep you organized, but promote a less […]

Holiday Reflections

A few years ago, I challenged the Organizing Maniacs to write about their clutter-free Christmas memories. What came out of those stories was a clear picture that when it comes to the holidays, it’s not about the stuff – it’s about the people we spend time with and the memories we make. As I look back […]

Manage Overwhelm through the Holidays and All Year Long

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

Is it the most wonderful time of the year, or the most overwhelming? Managing overwhelm during the holidays can be difficult. As much as I love the holidays, they can come with their own frustrations. With all the chaos that can ensue, it is so important to manage the aspects of our lives […]

5 Ways To Design An Organized And Clutter-Free Kitchen

Guest Contributor: Meridian Homes

I am pleased to share another guest blog post from our friends at Meridian Homes in Bethesda, MD. This time, we explore ways to design an organized and clutter-free kitchen.

We can’t say enough about the importance of planning well for your kitchen remodel, can save you a lot of frustration when you […]

Give Experiences, Not Things

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

The results of SpareFoot’s 2016 holiday survey are in, just as people are starting to plan their wish lists. The survey revealed that:

79% of the population says they never use some of their gifts
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans never use half their gifts

That’s a lot of gifts creating clutter! Did you know that […]