Posts in An Organized Lifestyle
Best Packing Tips and Tricks

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of traveling to the Hamptons and had the honor of being the organizing expert at an event hosted by Carrie Underwood for her Calia activewear and swimsuit line. I was able to share my favorite packing tips and tricks and couldn’t not pass on the helpful information to my favorite audience, you guys!

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Free Moving Checklist & My Must Have Products for an Organized Move!

Last week I shared about our organized move services. This week I’m giving away my FREE moving checklist and sharing my top 8 products to help you get that organized move feel for a fraction of the price.

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How To: Get Your Kids Organized For Summer Camp

Every year my daughter’s go to summer cap for 7 weeks. In this weeks post I’m sharing my best summer camp packing tips and tricks as well as a free summer camp packing list!

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Hot to Get Organized at the End of the School Year

As a mom of twins I’ve had a lot of practice with getting kids organized before, during, and after school. I have come up with a game plan to help you and your kids get all that end of the school year ‘stuff’ organized. Check out the tips below!

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How to: get organized with a new pet

Before we got Poppy, our beloved sheep-a-doodle, I knew I was going to have to come up with a plan to not only store all of her stuff but also keep it organized. Now that we’ve had her for several months, I can tell you my organizational systems are still in place and working really well so, I wanted to share with you how you can get organized for a brand new pet!

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Storage Room Transformation

A realistic, simple, and completely do-it-yourselfable (DIY) storage room organization and transformation.

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4 Tips for Organizing Your Pantry
Our Newest Service...Virtual Organizing!

Do you want to get organized but don’t have the time or money to hire a professional organizer? Check out our newest service, our virtual organizing program. It’s the best way to get organized when you have limited time and money!

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How to Prepare for a Move

With spring finally here my team and I have been doing a lot of organized moves. Recently, we moved a growing family into their brand new forever home. We were able to get them in and completely organized in three days. Yes three days! How did we do it? By following some simple guidelines that I’ve listed below.

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Erin Condren Meet & Greet Recap

Today I am excited to share with you all the details from the amazing meet and greet I had with Erin Condren last Saturday! As some of you may know, Erin is the designer behind the ultimate planner, the LifePlanner. As an organizer you guys know I love my planner and her planners make keeping track of everything I have to stay on top of so easy. When Erin and I met, we instantly connected over our shared love for all things organization and the fact that we are both twin moms! I had the best time at this event and even got a chance to interview Erin. Below are some videos of our interview as well as some exclusive pictures from the event. Finally, don’t forget to check out some of my favorite Erin Condren products that I use linked in this post!

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Splurge vs. Save: Favorite Organizing Products

A question I get asked all the time is “where is that product from?”, so today I decided to share five products I typically use when designing and organizing spaces. As a bonus, I am also sharing their less expensive dupes! Check out a few of my favorite products and their less expensive counterparts in this post!

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Why You Need a Professional Organizer

Lately it seems as if everyone has hopped on the recent organization craze. Everywhere you look you see beautiful images of perfectly decluttered and beautifully labeled and organized spaces. But how do you actually get there? As a professional organizer one of the main things (among many others!) that I do is to help my clients declutter and then implement versatile organizational systems that continue to keep them organized after I leave. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: getting organized isn’t a one-time event and I don’t treat it as such. I focus on creating systems that will last based on the needs and current lifestyle and habits of you and your family. With those elements in mind, I’m able to implement solutions that will last because they support how you are already living, making it easy and intuitive for you and your family to adapt.

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3 Places to Organize This Spring

There is something about spring that inspires people to declutter and organize. But, like I always say, organizing is not a one time event but rather a way of life. Something I tell my clients is that a good rule to follow is at least once a year try to pull out and re-evaluate the items in each room of your home, and with spring quickly arriving what better time than now?

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How to Create a Mail Drop Zone In Your Home

As a business owner, busy mom of twins, and wife, I receive a lot of mail. So today I’m going to show you not only how I organize and file my mail and important documents but also teach you how you can create a mail ‘drop zone’ too!

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3 Tips to Get Your Kids to Organize (as seen on the Rachael Ray Show)

Proud mom moment: my identical twin girls were on the Rachael Ray Show this week! If you’ve been following for a while, you’ll remember that my daughters Ellie and Marin shared their tips with Rachael Ray last year (more on that in this post), and Rachael Ray invited the girls to skip school and come hang out with her to hear more of their tips!

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4 Areas of Your Home that Could Probably Use More Love (and how to do so!)

Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! During this holiday, I know how common it is to show the people that you care, but have you ever thought about doing the same for your surroundings? Ok, hear me out. I can’t think of a situation where a client has come to me and said that they are perfectly happy with the current state of their home. Instead, they have the room that always remains shut so that when guests come over they don’t peek in the room and see the mess. Or the annoyance that comes with not being able to find a top sheet in the linen closet even though there are dozens of sheets spilling off of the shelves. Or the embarrassment of not knowing where to begin to declutter, but they have finally “given in” and know they need some help from an outsider. You have invested time and money into your home and it ideally should be the place where you love to spend time and not a home where you find yourself avoiding areas just to stay sane. So, this Valentine’s Day I’m going to help you fall back in love with your home by focusing on four areas that could probably use a little extra love.

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3 Simple Tips for Identifying What to Keep or Purge Based On the KonMari Method

I have to say, there has never been a time quite like now in my career where there has been so much buzz about organization. After Netflix released it’s new series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on New Years Day, there’s been so much chatter surrounding the tidying expert across news channels and press outlets, social media feeds, and friends, clients and family have brought it up on a daily basis.

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