Reading Time: 9 minutes Ever wonder what it would take to host a family reunion for your extended members? Click the link to learn about the 8 categories you need to conquer to organize and plan a family reunion.
Reading Time: 5 minutes School is officially in session and you may still be trying to figure out a regular routine again. You’ve had to deal with a lot of planning, prepping, scheduling, and keeping track of . . . stuff. As with most things, planning ahead can make a huge difference so here are a few things you can put in place to get ahead of the game and get kids organized for the school year.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you have thousands of emails to dig through, you probably feel overwhelmed by that red little number attached to your email app icon. Even though you may joke about the number, and state you won’t ever declutter your inbox, the stress that accompanies that itty bitty little number is still within you. So, let’s chat about how organizing your email inbox can improve your efficiency and peace of mind while reducing stress.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Are there rooms in your home that you avoid, have “bad energy”, or just feel heavy when you venture inside? Are you and your fellow housemates arguing more than usual? Do events that could be deemed “unlucky” happen to you all the time? Is any part of your life unstable (home, work, finances, relationships, sleeping, health)? Or do you break or drop a lot of items?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, your home could benefit from Feng Shui practices! Check out Status: Organized’s latest blog post to learn how to Feng Shui your home, which will ultimately energize and balance your life.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This time of year, the extra time outside can feel amazing but if you don’t stay ahead of the organizing game, the backyard can quickly get out of hand with all the added fun. These outdoor organization ideas will help you breeze through summer utilizing your backyard to its full potential.