Seven Custom Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

Moving to a new home can be an exciting adventure, but there is the inevitable frustration of insufficient or inconvenient storage once you begin moving in all your possessions. Neural pathways in the brain contain patterns for how you’re used to functioning (sort of like being on auto-pilot) and confusion sets in when suddenly nothing […]

Five Entryway and Mudroom Essentials to Organize Your Family

It’s not unusual for a home to have two main points of entry, the front door and the adjoining door between the garage and the house. Your family’s activities and lifestyle will determine which entryway sees the most action and, ultimately, the most clutter. For example:

A family’s school-aged bus riders will probably enter through […]

Mind Over Clutter—Start the New Year Organized

If you look around your home and feel like the stuff is taking over, maybe it’s time for a New Year’s revolution instead of a resolution. The holidays and all the trappings can sometimes overload your surroundings and your senses to the point where you need to “clear some space.” So before you decide to […]

Getting Started on Your First Home Office

In recent years, home-based jobs have surged in number. In fact, on the website of the United States’ Bureau of Labor and Statistics (, it has been stated that back in 2004, 20.7 million Americans have engaged in home-based money-making undertakings.

From modest yet profitable entrepreneurial undertakings to freelance professional stints in various fields like accounting […]

Jan 23, 2013|Categories: Home Office|Tags: , , , |0 Comments