I don’t know about you but Christmas seems to get here faster every year. No sooner have we celebrated, endured a long winter, welcomed spring, and bathed in summer, than the kids are back at school and then Christmas, again. If that’s how it feels for you as well, would you like to be Christmas ready this year? Click on the Christmas link above to access a printable to help you organize this year. Continue reading
Getting organized is definitely a journey, not a destination, once the initial process is over you have to keep it going with maintenance. It is how to start that most of us have trouble with. So here are 5 steps to help you start the organizing process.
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Each client I work with is different, they have different circumstances, different reasons for needing my services, and their own journey of discovery and triumph. They learn to find an inner strength and perseverance to push through the difficult adjustment that happens when downsizing. Continue reading
I say this every year, but I can not believe it is September 1st already. With my son entering Grade 10, I looked back over the blogs I have written about the subject. For this post I am featuring 3 blogs to lessen the back to school stress. Continue reading
When I grew up in the 70’s in England we all had school uniforms, it was different where ever you went to school, and as I moved often for my Dad’s job, it would change with each new school. The one constant was that no matter where we were I knew that when school started I had a uniform, one last thing to stress about as I entered another new school. This blog is how a “school uniform” can make mornings easier for your family. Continue reading
For those of you who have never heard of Minimalism, the definition is: a style or technique (as in music, literature, or design) that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity. That doesn’t mean you have to lead a sparse existence devoid of colour or enjoyment, but you can learn how to embrace minimalism in a positive way.