Feeling overwhelmed by your kids’ play area? We’ve got five tips to help you keep toys under control (you might not be expecting the last one)!
How do you feel when you walk into your home? Are you happy and energized, or are you anxious because you see clutter on shelves and countertops? If your space is feeling a bit disorderly, one of the best ways to give it a refresh is to get rid of visual clutter.
Many of us tend to put off our toughest home organizing projects. But tackling your toughest project can bring the biggest sense of relief! We’ve got some tips for thinking like a professional organizer and getting it DONE already.
Messes happen all the time, and that can be frustrating. But this simple habit will change your perception of messes - and it might even change your life.
In her bestselling book and new Netflix show, “Tidying Up,” international tidying icon Marie Kondo helps people get organized with her KonMari method. But it is the “right” way to get organized? The Moxie Space team shares our opinion!
Do you have trouble keeping your home organized? Have you decluttered in the past, only to find the clutter popping up all over again? You’re definitely not alone. A lot of people struggle to get and stay organized in their homes.
If you have kids, you know how quickly toys, books, and clothing can multiply and create clutter. With the gift-giving season upon us, now is the time to take an honest look at your situation and make room for what’s coming!
Have you ever been curious about the organizing products professional organizers turn to again and again? Like, which ones are actually worth it? Well, wonder no more!
When it comes to moving, along with your realtor, a Pro Organizer or a Home Stager will become your allies, cheerleaders and coaches, who are all focused on your success, happiness, and peace of mind.
But how do you know which one you should hire? Here are some guidelines, because when it comes to moving, the number of steps can either drive you crazy, or sail by with the breeze.
When I start with a new client, I ask a lot of questions so that I can best understand who you are and where you want to go. These are the things that make your job unique; not the clutter. YOU are the interesting part of my job.
I wish I could say to everyone: "Stop with the gifts already. Quit buying things for people who don't want them. We don't have anywhere to put it anyway."
You know that feeling of possibility after rearranging a room? Or after cleaning a space, or clearing off your desk? De-cluttering brings a real, visceral effect to your life. If you're missing this feeling, you may've reached the point when your clutter sucks.