Many of us are facing setting up our homes for the upcoming school year and virtual learning. You are not alone, and there are so many unknowns! For ideas and
The transition between traditional school and homeschool can be difficult for all involved. There will be unusual emotions. Figuring out what makes your child sit up and say “wow” can
by Amanda Scudder, MSW Certified Professional Organizer and Senior Move Manager at Abundance Organizing for Age in Action, a quarterly publication distributed by the Virginia Center on Aging Moving is
Homework is a source of stress for many households. While the National PTA recommends no more than10 to 20 minutes per day per grade of homework, it isn’t unusual for
What do you do with all the things left behind when you’ve lost a loved one? Are estate sales the way to go? The large furniture pieces, dishes, decor, clothing
July 9, 2012 – Mindy Godding
Families with school-aged children will likely agree that keeping track of after-school sports and activities can be a real pain the neck. The activities change from day to day and
I have been so excited to share a story with you all about a major organizing success for one of my clients. Actually, let’s call it an organizing success for her whole family!
During my first post-holiday visit to this client’s home, I saw a bag on a chair that appeared to be filled with toys and stuffed animals. Although it was unrelated to the project we were working on, I asked my client about the bag. She smiled mysteriously and suggested that I “check the label.” Sure enough, as I got closer, I noticed this index card (see image) taped to the outside of the bag.