A Blog of SortsTips for creating space and time for things that really matter.
Being organized is an important life skill. Parents can teach kids how it’s done, or join them in the process of learning how.
Children don’t always have the same sense of urgency their parents do. What’s more, kids spend a lot of time reacting to adults’ prompts to do things. Teach them time management skills to set them up for success.
Whether you’re trying to get and stay organized, accomplish more, or just make the most of life, mindfulness is a huge game changer.
The more you can identify your personal time wasters and plan accordingly, the more effectively you’ll use the time you have…to make more time for Netflix binging later!
Professional organizers are in the business of dealing with overwhelm, so I know it when I see it.
It's easy to become overrun by paper — it arrives in the mail, comes home with kids, and lives with us as memorabilia we don’t know what to do with. Paper piles can become a serious source of stress when we can't find what we need and don't know what we have. Here are...
Sara Cummings, M.A.