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Some Thoughts on Organizing

There’s a common misconception that only  “disorganized” people need a professional organizer.  Au contraire!  The truth is more like this:  there are many ways to be organized, and hardly anyone is highly organized in all areas of their life. Lots of people are extremely organized about their work, keeping meticulous files, knowing exactly where each clients’ projects stand, tracking deadlines and events, and so on — but maybe don’t have the same infrastructure for keeping organized at home.  


Pumpkin Mac & Cheese

This recipe follows the general rule for mac & cheese of making a roux based sauce, adding cheese and then pouring that cheesy goodness over your favorite noodles or vegetable (as is the case with the Keto variation). Bonus time saving feature of this recipe is the use of gluten free pasta which doesn’t need to be cooked prior to adding the sauce for baking!

Ginger-Coconut Cream Kale

We’re San Francisco based, no holiday meal would feel complete without a little kale… This recipe is not too coconutty in flavor, and the fresh ginger perks up the sauce to make it feel especially light. And don’t worry you don’t have to massage it, or any other nonsense. The blanching and sautéeing mean you can get the texture of the kale just right, for your preferred chewing pleasure.

How to Organize a Party


Whatever type of party you’re planning, the first step is to think through what sort of experience you want to create for your guests. Whether you’re celebrating an occasion, gathering for a favorite activity or event, or simply wanting an excuse to use your new fondue pot, you’ll need to make sure that all the components of your party line up with that intention.