Posts tagged local washington
Changes​, Your Opinion & The Washington Post​ 

It was time for a change and something major: a rebranding of Rachel and Company. I had an idea of what I liked and what I wanted, and realized it wasn’t as easy as going blonde! That’s when I met Marcela, a branding expert and designer for one of my favorite brands (Framebridge), and she offered to redesign my logo and create a new look and feel for Rachel and Company. Take a look.

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How to Organize Your Pantry After Groceries

Do you ever open up your pantry and spend a minute just staring off into space, without any idea of what to cook or eat? Maybe you’re not quite sure what you’re looking for, or you forget why you came in the first place. While each space and every person is different, here are my tips for unloading your groceries and organizing your pantry, along with some benefits.

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Hi! Hope your new year is so far, so fab. We've been reflecting on ours. . .

Happy 2016! This post will be longer than usual, but we have a lot of catching up to do! Then, let's get organized! The end of 2015 was both exciting and overwhelming. My assistant of five and a half years left, even more clients came to us with big projects — from closet design to professional organizing to corporate events to organized moves (some out of state!) — and we decided to merge Rachel and Company and Organized in a Box, all under the umbrella of Rachel and Company. 

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I took the plunge and had another yard sale

Just this month, I was featured in the July/August issues of Woman's Day Magazine talking turning clutter into cash at yard sales and what it takes to put on a successful yard sale. I am a big believer in making the yard sale that much more "shopable" so people are able to see what they want and need to purchase easily. People should feel like they are in a store being able to browse up and down the aisles with different categorizes of items separated out. They will then be more likely to buy! Here are a few more tips on how to have a successful yard sale.

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