Our world is seeing an increase in weather disasters (hurricanes, fires, and earthquakes) as well as other potentially life-changing scenarios. Allison Wallis, a mother in Hawaii during the recent false nuclear alarm, shares in this essay how she discovered after it would have been too late that she was woefully unprepared for any real emergency.Read More
We may have the best of intentions and often think to ourselves, “I’ll organize tomorrow; I’ll go through that stuff next week.” But so many of us out there have reached a point where “tomorrow” and “next week” have turned into years or even decades later.Read More
Retirement looks a bit different for everyone. Some may choose to buy an extravagant home or a beach house. But more and more, seniors are discovering and taking advantage of the benefits of downsizing. Here are just a few of the ways downsizing can improve the quality of your life.
One of the most common greetings is, “Hi, how are you?” More and more, the answer to that question for many people is simply, “busy”. It doesn’t really seem to matter what time of year it is, or even what phase of life one is in. The overwhelming consensus is that people have too much to do.Read More
If you’re one of the many who doesn’t find it easy to get and stay organized on your own, you may be thinking about hiring a professional organizer. You might also find that some of the things you currently believe about organizers and what they do aren’t actually true. Here are some of the most common misconceptions about organizers:Read More
Did you know that September is National Preparedness Month? It may be closer to the end of the year than the beginning, but it’s never too late to prepare for all of the kinds of things life tends to throw our way.Read More
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.Read More
Summer often brings many schedule changes and events, particularly if you have children. A calendar filled with pool parties, 4th of July, summer camps, vacations, and more can leave our vehicles looking like disaster zones. Sometimes it can be hard to keep up with it all, but we’ve got some great tips to help you stay on top of things:Read More
Happy June, happy campers! It just so happens that June is National Camping Month. That perfect time of year to get out and enjoy nature to the fullest. While we may have had a rather strange winter, there’s no denying that the beautiful weather here now is calling us all to come and enjoy.Read More
Ahh, spring! Ok, technically spring started in March, but now we’re really feeling it. Flowers are blooming, the rainy season is over… and taxes are done! It’s time to relax into the beauty of longer days and warmer nights.
That all sounds good, but like any transition, there may be some bumps. For instance, our closets. And dressers. And shelves. And clothes in storage. Having trouble finding your favorite capris? Can’t remember where the most comfortable sandals you’ve ever owned ended up?Read More
It’s April! Flowers sprouting, birds singing, and… taxes. Typically a dreaded affair, this is frequently when we discover exactly where we may be lacking in personal and financial organization. Often this creates a vicious cycle – we realize we aren’t organized, we think it’s too late to start, we fight and struggle our way through getting taxes done, and then we forget about the whole thing until next year, when we’re right back where we started.Read More
Spring is just around the corner. The time of year known for cleaning things out, selling your home, or making a fresh start. Whether you’re ready for a big change or just some spring cleaning, we’ve got some tips to make life a little more organized. Especially if you’ll be moving or downsizing, the first step is always getting organized.Read More
Can you believe it’s February already? Time seems to fly faster and faster these days, and yet our “to do” lists aren’t getting any shorter. As we rush through the activities of each day and focus on what must get done, we sometimes end up creating routines that leave out the “little things.”Read More
Happy New Year! We hope you had a beautiful holiday season with loved ones. Now that January is here, it’s time for… you guessed it: New Year’s resolutions. For so many people, just that phrase alone is enough to bring up feelings of failure. This is not surprising, given the fact that only eight percent of New Year’s resolutions are successful.Read More
Can you believe it’s December already? This tends to be a very busy time of year – with holidays, family gatherings, parties, and more as we approach the New Year. While these events are certainly meant to be joyful celebrations, sometimes we have so much to do that we never really slow down enough to enjoy the season.Read More
Gratitude has been scientifically proven to have several health benefits. Cultivating an attitude of gratitude can improve sleep and immunity, increase energy levels and self-esteem, and make us kinder and overall happier1.
Here at Morgan Organizers, we are grateful for you – our clients and visitors to our website. So for November’s blog, we’re going to suggest a few ways that you can cultivate gratitude on a daily basis.Read More
The leaves are turning beautiful colors, the sweltering heat of summer is officially over, and pumpkin-spice-everything is everywhere. It must be October! While holidays are sprinkled throughout the year, the next three months are jam-packed with decoration-filled celebrations, from Halloween and Thanksgiving to Christmas, Hanukah, and beyond.
It seems like stores start putting holiday decorations out earlier and earlier each year. And even after each holiday, so much remains on the store’s shelves as they offer discounted prices on the old merchandise to make room for the next wave.Read More