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Cloud Storage

We move. Our stuff moves. Our information moves. And all of it moves fast. A lot faster than we have time to keep up with. So, how do we handle it? Sometimes we take time to prioritize, like if I just get these two or three things done, the rest won’t matter so much. Other times, we don’t; doing whatever …

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Organizing Expert: Spotlight on Angi Case

Q: When did you decide to become a Professional Organizer? Becoming a Professional Organizer has been a lifelong work in progress. I started early, trying to keep the room I shared with my little sister tidy. She never put anything away! 😊 During and after College, I would give my friends “coupons” to organize a particular room or closet in …

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Are You Prepared?

Loss of life and home are the greatest devastations that can in no way be offset. For those affected, we can offer care and aid. For ourselves, we can prepare for whatever next emergency may be on the horizon. As defined by the New Oxford American Dictionary: Crisis |ˈkrīsis| noun (pl. crises |-ˌsēz| ) a time of intense difficulty, trouble, …

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5 College Essentials You Didn’t Think Of

Think you’re ready? It is August and we are seeing cars on the highway packed to the gills with the “bare essentials” that their cargos of budding scholars will need to survive the upcoming term. Some are returning veterans, others, newly fledged and tingling with anticipation and trepidation of their uncharted future. 5 Essentials for College Easy Living Here is …

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Organizing Expert: Spotlight on Susan Unger

Q: When did you decide to become an organizing professional? After reading an article in the Washingtonian magazine back in 2004 about professional organizers in the Washington, DC area, I knew what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. Until then I did not know that organizing was a profession. I immediately started attending the local NAPO-WDC …

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Celebrate Family Reunion Month – Here’s How!

Moving away and already missing family? Well, July is a great month to do something about it! Many social groups including churches observe National Family Reunion Month in the month of July¹. “Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family … in another city.” ~ George Burns July is Family Reunion Month. If you are in the process of …

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Organizing Expert: Spotlight on Amy Trager

Q: What is your background in the organizing profession? My first, and only, career has been in the organizing industry. I started working for other organizing companies when I was in college and fell in love with the work. After a few years of study, research, and experience, I started working with my own clients. Q: Do you to take-on …

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Organizing Expert: Spotlight on Jennifer Truesdale

Q: Tell us about your background: I have 19 years of experience in project and time management skills. My former careers include engineering, purchasing & logistics and office management. In addition, I also have a strong balance of creativity and design. I enjoyed flipping my first three homes very much. When I decided to be my own boss and develop a new …

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Our Summer Project

As well as being a time of fun and relaxation, summer is a great season for tackling an outdoor home project (or two). We have relocated and lived in various states around the country. One thing that we’ve enjoyed each time is adding our own influences that make each house our own. Since me and my husband are both fairly handy …

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Moving This Month? – You’re Not Alone

May marks the beginning of moving season. And the Tuesday after Memorial Day is actually considered “National Moving Day” – this year, May 30th.The percentage of moves in the U.S. run much higher – 4 to 40% higher in summer months – as opposed to other months of the year. Therefore, it’s no surprise that you too may be planning …