What’s Your New Year’s Question?

What’s Your New Year’s Question?

We are all familiar with the New Year’s Resolution. And no matter our level of determination, we are probably also all familiar with the feeling of failure when we don’t follow through on the goals we’ve set out for ourselves. In fact, most studies show that only a week into the New Year, a full quarter of New Year’s Resolutions have been abandoned. And six months into the year, more than half have been abandoned.

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Do You Have Medication Clutter?

Do You Have Medication Clutter?

Sometimes we can get so used to seeing what’s in our medicine cabinet every day that we don’t always notice when things start to get cluttered, and in some cases, potentially dangerous. Particularly if you have pets, children, or even an aging parent in your home, you’ll want to make sure that you’re taking all necessary safety precautions. This will not only create a safer environment for those you love, it also just feels good to create a more organized environment for ourselves!

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Are you a collector or a hoarder?

Are you a collector or a hoarder?

Sometimes the distinction between being a hoarder and being a collector or even nostalgic can be a fine line. Perhaps you started collecting art supplies, or have an assemblage of projects that have been started and you’re waiting for the right time to finish. Maybe your collection of Muppets memorabilia has started spilling out of the room it was intended to decorate.

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Is Your Wardrobe Really a Floordrobe?

Is Your Wardrobe Really a Floordrobe?

We’ve all been there. Maybe life is just a bit too busy, or maybe you just don’t know where to start, but we all know what it feels like to have clothing all over the floor. This, of course, can lead to several issues that tend to feed off of each other and can actually end up costing more time and energy than it would take to keep clothing organized. For instance:

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How to Start Organizing Tax Documents

How to Start Organizing Tax Documents

It’s that time of year again… right in the middle of when all of your tax documents came in at the end of January and the actual deadline of filing your taxes in April. We all know those types who are on top of absolutely everything, and complete their taxes the moment all of their W2s and 1099s are in order. If you are not one of those types, and your documents have not been touched since you placed them somewhere safe while wearing protective gloves, then you may just fall into the category of folks who tend to wait until the last minute.

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Finding Balance While Navigating Divorce

Finding Balance While Navigating Divorce

If you find yourself going through a divorce as a man, you’re not alone. There are over 11 and a half million divorced men in America. Of course, statistics don’t make the process any easier. Fortunately, there’s another very important way in which you’re not alone – services that are designed to get you out of the damage-control loop and transition as seamlessly as possible into a single life where you can breathe and enjoy your life.

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