When we clear out and purge our closet, we are working towards a more streamlined version of ourselves. Donating the things we no longer need has lots of positive results. Read More
Ayn-Monique Klahre, a contributing writer for thekitchn.com, asked Abundance Organizing for advice on paper clutter in the kitchen. She got a few nifty ideas from other organizers too! Read the Read More
For many creative people, crafting is a passion. And where there is a passion for crafts there is usually a sizeable craft stash. There are lots of groups set up Read More
Paper is a beast. It can stop the most motivated person in her tracks. But, with a little courage and time, it can become, at worst, a mild pest. Here’s Read More
April 22nd is Earth Day. What a great opportunity to do something good for Mother Earth AND get organized.
If you are like me and have a child in grade school you understand paper issues. Every day of school our children come home with a new form to fill out, art work, and worksheets. If you have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) you have more paper issues. If you have more than one child in school forget it!
Huffington Post interviewed Mindy on ways to store and care for your clothes. We include an excerpt below. Read the full article on Huffington Post’s Website Between ignoring your clothing’s Read More