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QUICK TIP TO {ACTUALLY} TACKLE TO DOS

QUICK TIP TO {ACTUALLY} TACKLE TO DOS

Thank you notes need to be written. Flights need to be booked. Kate needs to be enrolled in summer camp. Your mammogram needs to be scheduled. Your to do list is endless.

You know what needs to get done because things are in their very specific pile (or maybe a lot of piles), in an extensive mental list (keeping you up at night), or stored in a great app, like Teux Deux. Whatever your method, the list is there but you aren’t actually getting any of these things done.

HOW TO ENTERTAIN 100 PEOPLE FOR $150

HOW TO ENTERTAIN 100 PEOPLE FOR $150

Spring (and lately it seems like summer) is here. Kids are out playing in the front, back and middle-of-the-street yards. Patios and barbecues are in use and for my neighborhood, the weekly block party is about to begin.

Yes….our neighborhood has a party every Friday night, 6 months out of the year. If you have wanted to plan something like this but have a few excuses reasons not to --- not enough space, don’t want that many people in your house, too expensive --- it’s time to throw away those excuses and start planning. Here’s how we do it.

WHAT IF?

WHAT IF?

It’s Saturday. And you have said you are going to purge your closet, purge the garage, purge your life. You’re cruising along and then bam, the used-once-a-decade camping gear, New Year's Eve party supplies from the new millennium, extra coolers, old suitcases or the jeans that are two sizes too small appear.

And you freeze. You can’t get rid of it because your pesky inner voice says… “What if I need it? What if I lose the weight? What if we have a big party? What if…? What if…?”

MY FAVORITE ORGANIZING PRODUCT IS....

MY FAVORITE ORGANIZING PRODUCT IS....

A very common question - what is your favorite organizing product?

To answer - picture this. Peacefully (of course), you walk in the door with mail in one hand, kids backpacks in the other (permission slips to sign falling out) and your purse barely hanging onto your wrist for dear life.

Welcome home! You now have magazines to read, husband's mail to put somewhere and kids papers/homework in a heap. It all ends up in one pile on the counter because let's be honest, that's just what happens. So what to do?