If you have a child, you are well aware that the paperwork, artwork, and sentimental items are abundant and just keep multiplying! What do you do with all that
Just the mention of “paperwork” can make the bravest of us start to panic. However, organizing your documents does not need to be a reoccurring battle or a strenuous
Do you feel like your paper clutter is a reoccurring battle? Does the incoming paperwork just continue to pile up and accumulate? Maybe last month you went through a hefty
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
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
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!