(Photo: Unsplash) One of the first steps in getting organized is to de-clutter. (I know – you want to run out and buy cute containers and nifty gadgets. That comes later. It’s actually step 4 in my Gotham Organizers Less Mess = Less Stress (TM) 5 step process to organize anything.) As Oprah Winfrey has said, “You can’t … Go >
Yup, you read that right: if you have more things than can comfortably fit into your home, this Professional Organizer isn’t preaching that you must radically de-clutter or become a minimalist. Sometimes you have more stuff than space. It doesn’t mean you’re an organizing failure. Of course, it doesn’t pay to store things that you don’t truly need or love, … Go >
Gotham Organizers is proud to be featured, along with many other experts, in this article on spring cleaning tips from the real estate experts at Redfin.com Click to read the article It’s a quick, useful read. Check it out for many tips on spring cleaning and organizing, including: From yours truly: focus on spring cleaRing, not just spring cleaning. Clear … Go >
Readers Digest asked me to share some of my best tips for setting up a productive workspace. If you want to be more productive – and spend less time at work – it’s crucial that you set up your work space effectively. Check out this quick article for tips about clearing clutter, using color coding, my favorite time management tool … Go >
See Lisa’s column in Real Simple!
Check out Lisa’s “Ask the Organizer” column in the July issue of Real Simple magazine!
Lisa provides practical, concise advice on these common home organization challenges:
Techniques and organizing products to keep work papers from piling up all around the house.
A strategy to clear out a cluttered attic, without being overwhelmed by the project.
How to store baking pans so they don’t cause an avalanche whenever you remove one. Go >
If you’re hot and bothered, you won’t be at your productive best. During the “dog days” of summer (whatever that means), here are some tips so you can keep your cool – both figuratively and literally. Go >
Consumer Reports Shop Smart featured Lisa’s tips on shopping for organizing products. With some organizing products it pays to splurge; with others, you can save money. And some organizing products should be avoided altogether. Read Lisa’s article here. GO Try It! I’d love to know about your favorite organizing products. Drop me a note here.
Good Housekeeping asked Lisa to share her organizing New Year’s Resolution. Read Good Housekeeping Article GO Try It! I’d love to hear what your organizing resolutions are! Drop me a line here to let me know!
Fast Company asked Lisa for input on the article Seven Habits of Organized People. Read Fast Company article. GO Try It! Do you have a habit that keeps your organized? Drop me a line here to let me know!
Krrb asked Lisa to curate a selection of furniture pieces that help with organization and maximizing space. Read Krrb article. GO Try It! Do you have a favorite piece of furniture that helps keep your organized? Drop me a line HERE and let me know!