Category Before & After

Recipe Book: How To

By catherine | October 17, 2013

Happy National Kitchen Month! In honor of this lovely little holiday, I wanted to talk about recipes and what the heck to do with all those wonderful ones you have hand written on the back of a napkin, torn out of magazines, printed off a blog, or have received as hand-me-downs from cooks who have [...]

Reclaim Your Garage

By catherine | April 29, 2013

Is your garage a catch-all that holds the items you don’t want in your house? Out of sight, out of mind, right?
Wrong! If your garage gets so out of control that you can’t park your car-the problem isn’t out of sight or mind. Does your garage look something like this?
Ready to tackle the garage and [...]

Office Spring Cleaning Week: File Organization

By catherine | April 17, 2013

Once you get a handle on the overwhelming piles of paperwork that often build up in your office, you’ll feel a sense of relief! Your office CAN be a serene place that inspires you. Unfortunately, many equate their office space with stress.
Lets change that! To kick off our Office Spring Cleaning Week, we will start [...]

How-To: Store Winter Items

By catherine | April 15, 2013

Now that you’re inspired to transition your wardrobe, here’s a more detailed how-to for storing winter items.
Quick-tip: If you’ve found holes in your clothing, try placing items in the freezer for 30 minutes before you take them to be professionally cleaned. This should kill any moths or moth balls remaining on your clothes!

Dry clean your [...]


By whitney | April 8, 2013

Following in the footsteps of organizers before us, we decided to come up with an acronym to help you simplify what can sometimes seem like a daunting process. It can be overwhelming to know when, where, and how to begin on an organizing project. Having steps to rely on gives you guidelines and helps to [...]

How-To: Mentally Prepare for Your Spring Cleaning Project

By catherine | April 5, 2013

Planning is key.
So you’ve picked your spring cleaning project. In fact, you picked it months (maybe years) ago. Having a hard time getting started? What you need is a plan! Here are my best tips for getting mentally prepared to start your major spring cleaning project.
Before you begin, write down your goal for the project [...]

Lighten Up

By catherine | February 27, 2013

A friend of mine arrived at work the other day, only to realize she was wearing black pants and a navy blazer. Stylish as she is, she easily passed this off as an “early fall trend”. This certainly wasn’t a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but it did get [...]

Preserving Family History

By whitney | July 10, 2012

We were given a big project from a client who wanted his mother’s albums preserved by moving the photos into archive safe plastic sheets and placed into a binders.
Because  all the photos were different sizes we needed a flexible way to display them on the pages and discovered Photo Corners which allowed us to do [...]