Need a jump start?

Okay, I’m trying out a theory here. I believe many people who would really love to get some organizing help are reluctant to reach out because they’re worried it will take a long time and cost a lot.

I won’t lie, sometimes they are right.

But sometimes what people really need is just a jump start.

 

So, I am now offering jump start sessions. They are shorter than my regular sessions and are priced to give you the maximum value.

You will:

  • get hands-on help with the area of your choice,
  • learn the best techniques and tricks to get organized and stay that way,
  • receive a game plan of what to do next and how to maintain your shiny new organized space.

Examples of areas you can choose: desk, closet, pantry, bathroom. If you have another idea, run it by me! I can’t promise we will finish, but I can guarantee that you will end up waaaay more organized than you are now.

You also get free weekly check-in messages to help you stay on track. Staying organized means developing good new habits, such as remembering to do what you learned. The messages are designed to remind you and keep you inspired.

What would it be worth to you to find the things you need when you need them, instead of wasting time every day? Spending just two hours with me will continue to pay off as you make the simple practices I show you part of your life. This session costs only $175 and I guarantee it will overcome your significant organizing issues and give you exactly the solutions you need.

Let’s get those jumper cables out! Contact me to get your jump.

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Organize your bedroom

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magazine organizing basketWouldn’t it be delightful to walk into a serene, welcoming bedroom after a hard day’s work? It would invite you to relax and nothing else; nothing to put away, nothing to distract you from chilling out.

The way it is now:

The bed is unmade, clothes are slung over chairs and doorknobs, newspapers and magazine are on the floor, the bureau and nightstand are littered with stuff. People, this is not a room conducive to relaxation!

The good news:

I’m going to give you three quick and dirty tips to get that fancy hotel room feel in your bedroom. This isn’t the full-on, let’s organize overhaul I’d do for a client; you don’t have time for that. It’s just a way to experience how terrific it feels to be in an organized bedroom.

  1. Make the bed! The bed is the biggest piece of furniture in the room. If it’s disheveled, the entire bedroom looks disheveled. If you do only one thing, do this.Simplify your bed making by using a thick quilt or comforter that you can just twitch into place. Warm Things on College Avenue in Oakland always has great deals on comforters and covers.
  2. Hang the clothes. Getting dressed in the morning can be a challenge. To keep cast off clothing under control, install hooks on the back of the closet door, or inside wall. Get big ones, so you can hang a lot on there till you’ve got time to put them properly on hangers.Bonus: get another hamper for your closet if it’s too much trouble to take dirty clothes to your main hamper.
  3. Ditch the paper. Ideally, you want to round up all the newspapers and stick them in the recycling (instead of fooling yourself that you’re going to have time to read them later). Station a big, decorative basket near your bedroom door for that purpose. If you can’t bear to throw them all out, get another container for next to the bed, not on top of the nightstand.Containerizing is one of your best weapons against clutter. Check out local favorite Cost Plus near Jack London Square for baskets galore.

Greatest Hits

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Originally posted 2009-11-12 17:21:55. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Greatest hits Sentimental clutter is hard to get rid of. The watch, the birthday card and the piano all bring back memories of people we loved and good times we had. Throwing those things away seems like an affront, a cold detachment from our feelings. However, if you kept (or are keeping) every nostalgia-inducing item, you'll run out of room for anything else.

Try this. Get all that stuff together either physically or on a list. Categorize it by type (letters and cards, furniture, jewelry, dishware, etc.). In each category, pick the best one or two. By best I mean the most meaningful, most beautiful, most pleasurable ones. The rest you give away, donate or toss out. You're creating a "greatest hits" collection.

The beauty of this is that it not only winnows down your collection, but it concentrates it. Say you only have your grandma's engagement ring and not her flower pots, old slippers, dining table, teacups, wall clock, set of quilting magazines, closetful of fabric and painting of a cow.

That ring is eight times more precious. That ring is the pure, distilled essence of your feelings. Don't dilute your memories by spreading them all over the place.

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