Safety Awareness

Is High-Functioning Depression Holding You Back?

We have seen in our work with clients the ways in which high-functioning depression struggle to even take the first step in getting organized.

Resetting Our Password Habits

by Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton
Who has trouble remembering their passwords? I recently wrote a blog about passwords, Organize Your Passwords, so it is ironic that it took me three times to get into this site to write this blog!  It’s time to reset our password habits. With the password requirement being a minimum one upper case letter, one […]

Top 3 Tips for Holiday Decoration Storage

With the New Year right around the corner, it means that soon it will be time to take down your holiday decorations. They made your house a home for family and brought cheer to the season, but the time is close by for them to hide away for another year. Reward them for their hard […]

Winter Emergency Kit

It’s no secret that Professional Organizers aren’t perfect.  Case in point – I’ve been living in Virginia going on 5 years now and this is the first Fall that I’ve decided to put together a winter emergency kit.  In all fairness, it’s my first winter living with small children’s safety to consider, but that is […]

Clutter Safety Month: Are You Prepared? Part 2

It’s Clutter Safety Month! Don’t let old bike helmets, car seats, and old first aid supplies become unsafe clutter for your family.

Car Seats
If you’re keeping your old car seat to hand down to another child in the family, know that car seats expire. Beyond expiring, it’s also important to be sure that you’re using the proper […]

Clutter Safety Month: Are You Prepared? Part 1

June kicks off Clutter Safety Month. Do you know what to do to be prepared for you and your family? Smoke Alarms, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Fire Extinguishers