If I were to show you a photo of my bedroom you just might question my ability to work for Design Public. I have one of the smallest bedrooms known to man…a room we now refer to as a shoebox rather than bedroom…and in our shoebox one misplaced item creates a bona fide tornado scene. I have grand visions with how I want to Read the rest of this entry »
Jeri Dansky is a professional organizer helping people tackle the clutter that drives them crazy. She works in-person with people throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and also provides long-distance telephone coaching. She writes a free monthly newsletter and has a blog full of organizing insights and products.
Question: Each year I resolve to get organized, and each year I don’t stick with it. What can I do differently this year?
Answer: Try these suggestions to make things easier on yourself this year.
1. Set a reasonable goal for yourself. Being organized should allow you to find Read the rest of this entry »
Cubicle land? Open office with no privacy or personal space? Home office action up the wazoo? Surrounded by filing cabinets? Drawerless? Whatever your situation I’m sure your office space could use a little annual cleaning (beyond wiping off your desktop).
My Design Public desk is drawerless which is a blessing because it forces me to be super strict with what papers and knick knacks I collect. At home though, it is a different story. I have a Steelcase desk (seen above) with drawers large enough for me to Read the rest of this entry »
I have to admit that my bathroom is not exactly the most organized space in my loft. Actually, having just moved 3 months ago nothing is really too organized yet but my bathroom is certainly not getting the love and attention it deserves. With lots of travel I have developed the habit of keeping my toiletries in plastic bags which then get Read the rest of this entry »