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How to Find the Best Moving Company

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The average American will move more than 11 times in their life. While this may seem like a lot, I’m in my mid-30s and have personally moved 15 times already! But how do you go about choosing the right moving company to handle your most prized possessions? I turned to www.reviews.com and their 2017 list… continue reading »

There’s an App for That

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In the increasingly digital world we live in there’s an app for almost anything. According to a PewResearch Internet Project, “In 2020… There will be a widespread belief that the World Wide Web is less important and useful than in the past and apps are the dominant factor in people’s lives.” Chances are, the last… continue reading »

Make Time for Your Goals

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We all have goals in our life. Whether we accomplish them depends on how we spend our time. Schedule time for your goals. If they’re important enough to be goals, they’re important enough to be in your schedule. Even working 15 minutes a day on your goal is more than 90 hours a year! That’s… continue reading »

Take 5 with Realtor Jessie Sessions

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I’m starting a new series of five questions with experts in various fields. Featured today is Jessie Sessions, a Realtor who has helped people on both the East and West coast find their dream homes. She currently resides in sunny Santa Barbara and sells beautiful houses on the ocean – one of which will be… continue reading »

Entryway Organization & Decluttering

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The entryway sets the tone for your home. It’s the first impression your guests have when they walk through your door. This is the zone of “out-the-door” where you’ll house things that go out-the-door. In addition to coats, this could include backpacks and sports equipment. And in small apartments, luggage often resides here. Make the… continue reading »

Office Organizing Tips from a Professional Organizer

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The year is quickly coming to a close and I can’t think of a better way to end 2016 than to organize yourself in preparation for 2017. Before I was a professional organizer I worked several jobs in corporate America. The number one thing that kept me sane and on top of my workload, and… continue reading »