Before the gifts arrive…

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This is the time of the year that often makes parents cringe. They love the holidays, but not the excess. They love their kids, but know that they already have a lot of, well, a lot of everything. And soon, they will have more. Toys, clothes, video games, board games,... Read more

Embrace the season

Family, food, gifts, pets, treats, parties, decorations, guests, wrapping, racing around….tis the season. Embrace every minute and remember that January is Get Organized month – an opportunity to declutter and refresh. Ah, we can’t... Read more

Holiday Scramble

The Halloween candy barely got eaten and the stores started their Black Friday ads. Amazon vans are racing thru our streets and yes, holiday music is in the air. The holiday scramble has indeed begun and everyone is wound a little more tightly than usual as this part... Read more

Five Tips for the Holidays

The holidays are quickly approaching so let’s get ready… Assess – what has worked in your holiday planning and execution in the past?  Take some time to think about this before moving forward. Inventory – what items do you already have on hand?... Read more

Here Come the Holidays…Organizing Tips

First published in 2015, we hope this holiday organizing list will keep you focused on what you need to get done & leave time for the things you love to do during this holiday season. ~Take some time to think through and plan your holidays. This means sitting... Read more

Holiday Overwhelm

Holiday overwhelm comes in different forms.   A few days ago I stopped in at a local store/farmstand and immediately became overwhelmed by the displays and the sheer volume of ‘stuff.’  Trees, wreaths, ribbons, ornaments, greenery, gifts, holiday music, holiday... Read more