Self Care-Love Your Home

Self Care-Love Your Home

  Self-care.    We think of many things when we hear this phrase.  Massage, yoga, a hot bath, an evening reading beside a fire (or candle), watching a movie, just to name a few.    Peggy DeLong, PsyD, an author and psychologist says this, “Self-care is the...
Death Cleaning   A Gift for Your Loved Ones

Death Cleaning A Gift for Your Loved Ones

​ Photo from “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning”. It’s Just All Too Much!   Recently, I have had many calls to help with “Death Cleaning.”  Now, to be honest, no one actually says come over and help me “death clean”.  It goes more like...
How To Deal With “Sentimental Clutter”

How To Deal With “Sentimental Clutter”

Sentimental Clutter Most of us call them “keepsakes.”  Organizers call them “sentimental clutter.”  Whatever you prefer to call all the items that you have in your home from your children, your parents, your grandparents, even your own accomplishments,...
The More You Buy, The More You Save!

The More You Buy, The More You Save!

  The More You Buy, The More You Save! If there is one thing we learned from the pandemic, it is how to stock up.  We stored up as much toilet paper and canned vegetables as we could get our hands on.  The threat of low supply sent us into a panic, which was...
Done Beats Perfect.  Every Time!

Done Beats Perfect. Every Time!

 Done over perfect. We are bombarded with pictures of perfect homes.  Pinterest, Instagram and HGTV to name a few.  But we don’t live like this.  Our homes are lived in!  We need to strive for done over perfect. I have many clients who have been paralyzed in the...