The Power of a Kitchen

Kitchens.  Small, large, residential, commercial, kitchenettes.  For every house that I have worked in, the kitchen was or is the most depended upon room.  We cook, we chat, we host, we eat.  A kitchen is a place of opportunity.  It’s where memories are made, families are strengthened, kids connect with their parents, friends chat, and Read More

Supermodel Organizing

An organized life also requires a look at organizing beliefs.  It’s a good idea to discuss this prior to any work.  Here’s an example, I met a young mother who wanted to get organized so she could have visitors without feeling ashamed because of the condition of her home.  When I inquired about her beliefs Read More

Chronic Disorganization

Simply put Chronic Disorganization is disorganization that persists regardless repeated attempts to address it.  In other words, you can get organized but you just can’t stay that way.  There are factors that are associated with Chronic Disorganization that ranges from being health based to situational.  For example, someone living with ADHD may deal with Chronic Read More

Anchored Organizing

Getting organized takes hard work. Many people think that to be organized means having the right containers so that everything looks neat and uniform.  A reasonable assumption based on the cover pages of home magazines.  Today’s supermodel is the perfect home. Somehow we’ve moved from functional organization to specialized containerizing.  The perfect use for the Read More