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Small Home Living Organization: Tips for Downsizing Your Home

Recently, we had the opportunity to help a sweet client organize her family’s RV. This was a first for us, but it quickly became one of my favorite client projects to date.

A little background… this client and her husband travel around the country in their RV for months at a time. Can you imagine? You might be thinking there is NO WAY that it could be comfortable or bearable. But, the more I spoke to my client about living small, the more I found just how much they love their space. From working to entertaining, they are fully equipped to do it all in their tiny space.

How To organize Your Spooky Basement

Is your basement dark and dreary? Decluttering these spaces can seem like an overwhelming task if you have a lot of stuff in there. Let’s just admit it, especially with clutter, the basement can seem a little spooky. Most basements are known as being unwanted and unused areas in your house. The air is musty, the floors are damp, and it feels just a bit scary.

This Halloween Inspired DIY project will help you declutter your spooky basement and provide you with ideas to help improve the look, function, and organization of the space.

Is your basement a repository for everything that does not fit in the rest of your home? Do you dread having to go down there to do your laundry or get something that you need? Well, many feel the same way.

Make Your Move Easier – Hire a Professional Organizer

Regardless of the reason for your move, the process can be all at once exciting and overwhelming.

You’re no doubt managing a lengthy to-do list as you get your old home ready for sale and prepare your belongings to be moved into your new home.

It feels like you have a million moving pieces at once, and on top of all the moving chaos, you’re still juggling your job, family, and other obligations. Overwhelmed is an understatement.

But what if you had a little professional help in the form of a dedicated move management specialist? What if you could hire someone to conquer your to-do list for you and to make sure that you, your family, and your belongings are ready to be moved neatly and efficiently into your new home?

You can! Today we’re talking about how a moving concierge service can help make your next move a breeze. With our professional services, your move will be smoother, faster, and you’ll get to start out on the right foot in your new home by being organized right from the start.

How Can an OKC Moving Concierge Help Ease The Burden From Your Move?

When it comes to moving, the most important thing you can be is organized. But organizing takes time, effort, and often some insider tips and tricks to be as efficient and savvy as possible.

Professional organizers know exactly how to make the most of your time and space, and how to say goodbye to the old and hello to the new in the most refreshing way possible.

Here are some of the ways we, as a OKC move management company, can help you optimize your move:

Declutter before the movers come – Why pack up and move boxes of stuff you no longer need or that no longer serves you? Prior to your movers coming, we’ll go through your home, room by room, to help you decide what stays and what goes. We’ll help you determine which items need to be tossed, which can be recycled, and which can be donated, and we’ll even help facilitate each of those situations.
Setup organizing systems in your new home – The secret to staying organized is to start by being organized. Right off the bat, we’ll help you organize your things in your new home and create efficient, tidy spaces that make sure everything has its rightful place. With a blank space to start from, we can truly create customized solutions that will help ensure that your needs and the needs of your family are met.
Unpacking and organizing – Once we have systems in place to keep your home flowing, we’ll help you unpack your belongings and fill in your space neatly.

Moving? You Don’t Need To Do It All On Your Own!

Hiring a professional organizer to help you move out of your old home and/or into your new home can save you time, energy, and frustration. Let us help make your next move easier!

We love helping families create the space they need to live their lives to the fullest. Get in touch today to schedule your free consultation with one of our move management specialists.

Creating an At-Home School Station

With the new school year approaching fast and the spread of COVID-19 preventing most children from attending school in a normal capacity, parents and children are faced with new challenges as they enter this new school year.

Whether your child will be learning remotely, attending the classroom, or doing a hybrid of both, more than ever, there’s a need for a dedicated space in your home for school work and concentration.

Here are our tips for creating an at-home school station that will help keep you and your child(ren) organized and productive as we embark on this new school format.

How to Simplify Your Life

Nine times out of ten, simple is always better. Simplifying your life can bring so much joy and freedom. By simplifying, you actually gain more control of your life and waste less of your valuable time.

While living simply can mean different things to each individual, generally, a simplified life means that you are getting rid of any extra mental and physical clutter, so that you can focus on the things that really matter to you!

In honor of National Simplicity Day I’m sharing 5 ways to simplify your life this year!

How to Prepare for a Disaster

Disaster has a way of sharpening the mind. If you have ever experienced a natural or manmade disaster, you know the importance of acting swiftly. While no one wants to go through emergencies, sometimes it is unavoidable. If a disaster were to occur right now, could you say you and your family are prepared?

Coronavirus Organizing: 5 Quarantine Friendly Organizing Projects

While we are currently facing an uncertain time worrying about Coronavirus and trying our best to stay healthy and sane with kiddos at home, it can be hard not to feel like a prisoner.
I can’t say I’m the best at slowing down and taking a break. I’m an on the go kind of girl and like to have my hands in multiple projects. But with recent events and self-quarantine going on it has forced me to push the pause button.
Although remaining inside is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, it could lead to boredom and stir craziness.
So, what’s there to do while stuck inside? I’ve compiled 5 organizing projects you can do to help make your quarantined time more productive – and hopefully fun!

5 Ways Clutter Negatively Effects Our Health

Do you ever look around your home and wonder how it got so full of “stuff”? You try to remember a time when you could actually sit at the dining room table for dinner without moving loads of items off first. Maybe it’s not even just physical stuff that is cluttering your life. Virtual clutter, such as an overflowing email inbox, is just as chaotic.
The accumulation of both physical and mental clutter can feel exhausting and defeating.
Before organizing, I spent 12 years in the medical field as a physical therapist treating people in their home settings. It was during those years that I witnessed firsthand how a cluttered and unorganized environment affects health.
Often, we get so wrapped up in life and routine that we don’t really take time to acknowledge or understand how the clutter and disorganization around us causes major harm.
Most of the ways clutter affects us, that I will share below, will be a complete shock since we wouldn’t normally think that simple inanimate objects in our own home could cause such disarray… but that’s not the case.