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Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? These organizational tools can help you get your life organized and help you keep up with things without so much stress.

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Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? These organizational tools can help you get your life organized and help you keep up with things without so much stress.

I have a lot on my plate. I run a business, have a home to take care of, volunteer, have an elderly dog that needs a lot of care, and all those other things that add up. I need a lot of organizational tools to help me keep up with it all, or at least try to keep up with it. There are those two baskets of clean clothes waiting to be folded, but everyone is alive and most things are taken care of. There are so many things in my life that I use to help keep me on...

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We talk about spring cleaning a lot but what about fall cleaning? It’s also important but often overlooked

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We talk about spring cleaning a lot but what about fall cleaning? It’s also important but often overlooked

To help you get your house ready for fall here are some fall house cleaning tips.  Doesn’t it seem like it was just to start of summer and now fall is fast approaching? Kids are going back to school and pumpkin spice everything is starting to show up on store shelves. When we think about big seasonal and annual cleaning we think about spring cleaning. Spring cleaning is important but many household tasks should be done seasonally or at least semi-annually. Having a big fall house cleaning is a great way to stay on top of these tasks and get...

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How To Organize And Plan Before A Move?

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How To Organize And Plan Before A Move?

Moving is such a huge responsibility. For some, it is one of the most stressful things to do and a lot of people tend to feel overwhelmed. From packing and coordinating with movers to the unloading of boxes and setting up your new home, there are so many different tasks that you should keep organized.  However, when you are preparing to move, there are also some hazards that you should avoid, as well as things you can do in making it much easier. In this article, written in collaboration with John Darnell a Washington DC real estate agent, we will...

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As I write this, I’m sitting on a couch in the office area of our master bedroom, overlooking unfinished floors, narrow-but-necessary wardrobes (no closets here), and windows peeking out at the backyard where I can see my neighbor’s backyards just...

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As I write this, I’m sitting on a couch in the office area of our master bedroom, overlooking unfinished floors, narrow-but-necessary wardrobes (no closets here), and windows peeking out at the backyard where I can see my neighbor’s backyards just...

For an American family of five in the 21st century, we live in a relatively small house: just under 1,400 square feet. A fixer-upper to the Nth degree, Kyle is in the process of renovating the entire thing literally by himself (he’s yet to hire a subcontractor or labor). Except for how slow it’s going, we both love that he’s doing it himself. But I don’t think he would necessarily want to renovate it completely free-solo if it were any larger — I can’t even imagine the time it would take if we had a second floor, or several more bedrooms,...

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