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“Nothing is Permanent”

Though I LOVE spaces, I am not quite a visual learner. I’m more kinesthetic – I need to touch things, move them around, experience them before making a decision. Often times I [...]

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Time Domination Thoughts and Actions

I’m blogging this week. Do you know why? Because I was lucky enough to go to a workshop on time domination (not time management – because time shouldn’t be managed, it should be [...]

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Organizing Project: Storage Wars

I have been at war with my storage unit for years. Yes, it may sound dramatic, but it was TRUE. My storage unit was a damn war zone. I live in a small condo and am so lucky to have an on-site [...]

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Nest Fest 2017

I love a good transition. There is nothing in life that kicks my ass into gear more than a major change. Waiting for that change to occur, on the other hand – that’s a challenge for [...]

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Home Key Organization is in the Top 20 of Seattle Organizers according to Expertise.com

It’s been a bit! I have a LOT going on lately. But don’t worry – I will be filling you in soon with lots of new posts! In the meantime, I wanted to pop in and mention that Home [...]

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Organizing An Effective Medication Routine

My health has been my biggest source of joy and my biggest challenge the past couple of years. In 2015, after a LONG struggle with fatigue, I was diagnosed with sleep apnea, which I consider to [...]

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Keeping Craft Supplies from becoming Clutter

Today brings a guest post from the wonderful Jeriann Watkins of dairyairhead.com. Often, people who struggle with organization are very artsy and creative. I thought this was great stuff for [...]

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Extend Your Wardrobe With a Dress Extender

When a representative at Perfectly Priscilla contacted me to see if I wanted to try out one of their pieces for a review, I jumped on it. I’m a big fan of any kind of clothes, so right away [...]

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Make-Up for the Low Maintenance Girl – Raul E. NY Foundation Review

I’ve never been a make-up girl. You see, I love fashion. I love dressing up and trying to pull off a vintage vibe and kicking it in my polka dot skirts. But makeup has never been my strong [...]

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Royal Carribean Autism Program

I am so fortunate to have met Kyle Smith, a Travel Advisor with Cruise Planners Kyle has spoken of the Royal Carribien Cruise Line being certified with the Autism Friendly foundation, which is [...]