I organize my home because I believe that when we clear out the things that don't matter, we make room for the things that do.
Because we need a daily refuge from the clutter and the noise and the blaring messages that wait on our doorstep.
Here are 5 house-organizing strategies, from previous posts, that don’t need a big effort or a lot of time. Create routines to help your day run smoothly.  A smooth-running morning begins by having a great routine and doing as much as you can the night before. If you’re struggling with to get and stay organized and would like someone to talk to who can really help, contact me for your 20 minute free consultation.
Wire baskets are an excellent choice for organizing lids and their corresponding containers because you can easily see what’s inside.


Stacking shelves like these from the Container Store help you make the most of tall cabinets. It doesn’t need long, drawn out time periods from us–it just needs lots of little snatches of time!
Go through the children’s school bag to find out what needs to be signed, or write important dates on the calendar. The more you can get your family used to doing without thinking about it, the better organized you can be. You may learn others by asking moms who you think are organized and have everything together. I would love to talk with you about how I can help you overcome stress and anxiety in your life and in your business.


Keeping lids separate from the containers makes it easier to keep both organized (similar shapes with similar shapes = more efficient storage).
Hang a door-mounted organizer for things like spices and cleaning supplies, like the ones shown above from Durasupreme. You can sell clothing, toys and shoes at consignment stores, on the internet, at yard sales or you can donate them to charitable organizations.



Simple meditation technique
Short guided mindfulness meditation script