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5 Organization Tips For A Stress-Free Tax Season

 If your stress level was sky high this April, you weren’t alone.  Many of us scramble days before the tax deadline, searching our homes for receipts and paperwork.  The key to a more relaxed tax season is organization. Start NOW for a smooth sailing next year. Here

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11 Decluttering/Moving Tips for Estate Trustees

After the death of a loved one, one of the most time-consuming and emotionally difficult tasks is clearing out the family home.  If you have lost your parents or a loved one and are in charge of selling their house, you may find the following checklist helpful.

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7 Steps to an Organized Garage

7 Steps to an Organized Garage

When spring is in the air, many people begin to notice just how out of control their garages have become.  In fact, more than half of homeowners with two-car garages still park on the driveway or street due to clutter. They may be filled with old bikes

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Are You Prepared to Handle Your Move? 11 Questions to Ask Yourself

Moving has been cited as one of life’s most stressful events by mental health professionals. If a move is coming up and you’re wondering how to proceed, here are some considerations: 1) Am I Detail Oriented? Do you plan ahead, make lists, and write timelines? A move

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Get Your DMV House Ready for Spring Market

Why the Hurry? If you’re a DC area resident thinking of selling your house this year, keep in mind that timing is really important. According to Zillow, the best time to sell a DMV home is in the spring—particularly April 16-30. During this period, listings sell an

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Get Motivated for a House Declutter

If your home needs decluttering, the pervasiveness of quotes on the subject indicates you’re not alone.  Do any of these resonate powerfully with you? Here’s What Experts Have to Say About… Feeling Out Of Control The more your own things, the more they own you. Unknown Feeling

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Is Someone You Know A Hoarder?

Are you concerned about someone with an excessive amount of clutter? Perhaps you’re worried about their living conditions or maybe they need help moving. If you suspect your friend or family member may suffer from hoarding disorder, you’ll need help. What Is Hoarding? The extent to which

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Where to Donate Items After Decluttering

Are you decluttering to reclaim space, for peace of mind, or in preparation for a move? Where do you take everything? The sheer volume of items unearthed after a full-house declutter can be overwhelming, as there are many things you shouldn’t just throw in the trash bin.

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Home Organization Checklist for Your Aging Parents

As our parents age, they often require help with finances and regular check-ins to ensure their homes are running comfortably. It’s important that vital documents are easily located and their homes are safe. Here are some ways in which you may be able to assist them: BILLS

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6 Ways Professional Organizers Can Help People with Hoarding Tendencies

Do you or a loved one have an excessive amount of clutter that limits living space?  Do you or a family member feel severe anxiety when trying to throw things out?  We all need help at times, and there are valuable ways in which you may benefit

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