home organizing

Kitchen Organization Tricks You Need To Know

It doesn’t matter how small or big your kitchen is, home organizing could be challenging. For pantry and food items to small appliances, glassware, and utensils, there is a lot of things to organize in your kitchen. It could be difficult to determine how to store things like baking sheets, cutting boards, container lids, pot lids, food wraps, and more. And each kitchen possesses its own quirks, so you need to take those into account as well. If you are navigating small cabinets, lack of storage, or narrow drawers, there are many things you need to contend with if you are trying to keep your kitchen clean while also making everything you need still accessible.

Deal With Countertop Clutter

To wrangle all the canisters, kitchen tools, and condiments that are currently causing clutter in your kitchen countertops, then find a tray to contain all these things. If every canister and jar is corralled on a tray, your kitchen would look a lot better and it will also be easier for you to get rid of the tray out of your way if you need more counter space.

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virtual organizing

All About Virtual Organizing

Recently, a lot of professional organizers as well as productivity coaches who would like to add virtual organizing to their offerings. Virtual organizing provides several benefits for clients and organizers, however, there are a few things you need to consider before you take the plunge.

What Is Virtual Organizing?

A lot of people are familiar with the hands on practice of working with a professional organizer. If you work hands on, the office organizer or the home organizer as well as the client will agree on a time and date. The professional organizer will also go to the client’s office or home and together then come up with a plan and implement it.

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productivity

Goal: Increasing Our Productivity

“I’m doing the best I can but I’m so disorganized and just not being productive.” This is a common complaint so many folks have who spend their days multitasking with jobs, family, friends, church, children, etc. It seems that people complain that they are putting out so much energy and time with everyday activities yet the return and gratification doesn’t measure up to this output.  Clutter, disorganization, moving, downsizing, and constantly searching for things only adds to our stress and not accomplishing our goals that will organize and simplify our lives.

A few ways you can increase your productivity is put things where they belong the first time rather than touching the them several times.  Prioritize what is most important and has to be done sooner rather than later.  Focus on one task at a time.  Manage your time efficiently whether you are enjoying free time or structured time.  Formulate a plan for your home office including paying monthly bills, setting up a filing system, gathering tax information or getting your computer so it is user friendly and easy to retrieve information.

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