Homework is a source of stress for many households. While the National PTA recommends no more than10 to 20 minutes per day per grade of homework, it isn’t unusual for Read More
Abundance Organizing has selected Safe Harbor for their 2017 Community Service Day! Safe Harbor is an amazing non-profit organization that provides a safe place and support services for survivors of Read More
To make the most of the time we have, we need a plan and we need to stick to it. Like budgeting, which is telling your dollars where you will spend them, time management is telling your minutes, hours, and days what you intend to do with them.
Few would argue that time is precious, but most everyone agrees that it is hard to manage! To help you get the most from your minutes, let’s start by looking at why time can be so hard to wrangle and what you can do to pin down your particular challenges.
In our line of work we often see patterns in what people keep. Sometimes we speculate about these patterns and try to understand the logic behind them. Keep in mind, no one on our team is a therapist, doctor, statistician or demographer. We simply call it like we see it and often have a little fun with what we discover.
You’ve been gone for days or even weeks. You finally get home, drop your bags, and kick off your shoes. All you want to do is relax. Unpacking can wait, right?
What do you do with all the things left behind when you’ve lost a loved one? Are estate sales the way to go? The large furniture pieces, dishes, decor, clothing Read More
We all know someone who has a LOT of stuff. Their home is full of chotchkies, clothes, handbags, candles, jewelry, linens… everything! But it’s their birthday, anniversary, or any one of the many other holidays that carry with them the expectation of a gift.
April 22nd is Earth Day. What a great opportunity to do something good for Mother Earth AND get organized.
If you are like me and have a child in grade school you understand paper issues. Every day of school our children come home with a new form to fill out, art work, and worksheets. If you have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) you have more paper issues. If you have more than one child in school forget it!