Entries for the ‘Advice and Tips’ Category



Guest Blog – Organizing the Mudroom

Guest Blogger: Darla DeMorrow, Certified Professional Organizer ®.

Website: www.HeartWorkOrg.com

The mudroom might be the hardest working room in the house, even though you spend the least amount of time in it. Keeping a mudroom organized is a family affair, but usually one person will lead the charge, and usually her name ...


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What Are Some Washer and Dryer Accessories That Make Laundry Day Easier?
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No one likes doing laundry, but the chore can be easier if you have handy accessories in your laundry room. You’ll want proper lighting and some counter space, regardless of which level of your home the laundry room is located.

Counter space is one of the first concerns in remodeling ...


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What Are Some Tips for Dorm Room Storage for Tiny Rooms

When you’re headed to college and a life with more independence, your living quarters may be a lot smaller and sparser than you are accustomed to. Colleges generally don’t have the best dwelling places, especially if you’re an underclassman.

This is the reality check of college life. You’ll be stuck ...


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What Are Some High School Organization Tips?

When it comes time to get ready for high school, there is one area that demands organization – your locker. This is such a tiny space, but it essentially becomes your home away from home while you are in school. If you want to make sure you can find the ...


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Guest Blog – Value In Clutter

Guest Blogger: Darla DeMorrow, Certified Professional Organizer ®.

Website: www.HeartWorkOrg.com

Question : I live in my family home that’s been in my family for generations. The things from the past are crowding me out. I’d be happy to pare down and get rid of many things, if I weren’t afraid that one or ...


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Help Us Pick A Winner!

This year Taylor Gifts offered a $1,000 scholarship. To receive the scholarship, one had to pick one of the following prompts and write an essay.

1. If you could create a device to better mankind’s quality of life, what would it be? Who would use it most?

2. Who do you consider to ...


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Guest Blogger: Spring Shedding & Shredding

Guest Blogger: Darla DeMorrow, Certified Professional Organizer ®.

Website: www.HeartWorkOrg.com

Did you know that in addition to flowers, showers, and longer days, spring is also the season for paper shredding? Many communities hold shredding events where you can have bags of personal items shredded for free or next to nothing. The timing ...


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What Are Some Summer Vacation Planning Tips?
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It’s never too early to plan your summer vacation. By planning, you will save more and lock in good rates on hotels or resorts. Whether you want to take a cruise, a camping trip or a flight to Europe, booking your dream vacation early allows you to get some wonderful ...


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Guest Blogger: Stash & Dash

Guest Blogger: Darla DeMorrow, Certified Professional Organizer ®.

Website: www.HeartWorkOrg.com

You know the drill. Company’s coming, so you quickly grab the nearest bag, box, or bin, swipe everything from the table and counter top into it, and stash it in the closet. There, you’re organized, or at least appear to be so ...


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How To Get Organized for the Summer

The winter in most areas was long and cold this year. But now it’s time to put your winter clothes away – finally!

Samsonite® Vac Bags are perfect for storing your heavy winter coats and other winter essentials. Pack away your gloves, scarves and hats, too. You can store more clothing ...


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