For most people, the thought of moving is enough to make them stay put for the rest of their lives, but as we all know, sometimes staying put is not an option.
As a professional organizer, I work closely with widows, widowers and their children and know all too well the realities of what happens when you’re not organized and don’t plan in advance for the inevitable. The time to plan for the future is now, not later.
The secret to staying organized comes down to two things: knowing where everything belongs and making the time to put things away. Thankfully, because I know where everything is supposed to go, the task of keeping my office neat and tidy, among other things, is fairly manageable.
Typically the words recycle, up-cycle and repurpose are referred to when speaking about plastic, glass and paper products, but when it comes to getting organized and helping the environment at the same time, there’s no better place to start than your closet.