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Closet Basics for Kids Under Three

When a child is born, new parents have a lot to be amazed at.  Not least is the fact that the quantity of “stuff” they own suddenly seems to triple!  Today’s focus is on how to manage a closet for your tiny tot so that this proliferation of goods doesn’t become overwhelming.


Loving Your Home as YOUR Space

A well-appointed guest room.  A dining room ready to seat a dozen people for a holiday dinner.  A cozy space for watching movies with the family. A clean, organized kitchen for preparing nutritious meals.  Your home might have all the “right” components, yet still feels like it meets everyone’s needs but your own. What’s going on?


Does Clutter Curb Romance?

What does it mean to create a romantic environment? Head space, physical space, emotional space? Things like clutter can get in the way of romance by creating stress:  it’s known that cortisol levels rise for folks who feel their environments are cluttered.  If the clutter in your space is yours, browse through our website for tips on finding ways to get organized.  Or if you’d like more help, give us a call!