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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!


Loving Your Home AND Your Small Children

Do you love your home? If your answer is anything less than an enthusiastic “YES!” it could be that your home — or at least parts of it — don’t reflect who you are, or how your family functions. Often, when spaces aren’t working for us we assume the problem is the people, and try to  “fix” them. And most of the time, that doesn’t go so well. Instead, what if we could fix the space to match the people living within it? With small children, though, you may find that a compromise is called for. As fun as it may be for your littles to live in Preschool Paradise, a home has to be comfortable for adults, too.