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Organizing After Loss: Grief Part 1

Organizing After Loss: Grief Part 1

Hey Beautiful.

If you’re reading this than chances are you understand why they say the only constant in this world is death and taxes. There’s nothing easy about either.

Sorrow and grief can weigh us down and make the simplest decision harder so of course you’re surrounded by stuff that needs you to make decisions.

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Containing Kids Toys

Containing Kids Toys

We’ve all seen the movie Toy Story right? I’m pretty sure that’s close to how it actually works. Toys getting up in the middle of the night makes way more sense than our precious angels making such giant messes, right?

Sure. toys

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How One Notebook Changed My Work Day!

How One Notebook Changed My Work Day!

You know I have more than a few notebooks right?  In a previous facebook live I let you peek into my closet at my stock (see it here). I just love a fresh notebook. Don’t get me wrong I’m all for going paperless but the act of writing things down is part of how I think. Continue reading

House Elves are REAL! CALL today to get yours!

House Elves are REAL! CALL today to get yours! 

Spark Organizing has heard the same stories. Stories of elves that make shoes, increasing business productivity while the owners slept. Then the stories about house elves that did little chores making life easy.  Our hearts went pitter-patter and we all WANTED. Continue reading

Batch Tasks to WIN Your Day!

Batch Tasks to Win Your Day!

Batching.

When I hear this my brain goes straight to chocolate chip cookies. Yes, that’s right, a batch of chocolate chip cookies. My brain has already created a fantasy of them hot and fresh but that’s not really what we’re going to cover right now. batch, suzanna kaye, florida organizier

Nope, this is TASK BATCHING.

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The ONE with the Conference! or How to effectively take notes!

The ONE with the Conference!

I’ve been making really good friends at local networking groups and local conferences. Going for drinks and learning about one another’s businesses! It’s been a wonderful way to connect to the leaders, the movers and shakers, of Orlando. If you’re not in the habit of networking, getting out, and meeting people, then let this be your motivator! The world is filled with simply amazing people.backpack

(Of which, I know you’re one! So thanks for stopping by!)

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How to Organize Your Child’s Backpack!

How to Organize Your Child’s Backpack!

Are you afraid of the frankly dangerous state of your child’s backpack in as little as two weeks after school starts? Wondering if perhaps those smells signal a bio hazard? If a tornado snatched it up between school and home? Well, you’re not alone.

Suzanna Kaye, Professional Organizer to the rescue!

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The ONE about Bad Days

The ONE about Bad Days

Those days where you feel overwhelmed and unglued happen. We all have them. It’s going to happen.

How we handle bad days matters. Bad Day

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Closet Organizing 101 The Basics You Need

Closet Organizing 101

By Ruth Zeman

With summer coming to an end and school fast approaching I find myself wondering what clothes and shoes my family needs for the year. So without thinking, I went into my teen son’s bedroom to check his drawers and closet.

I barely made it out alive.

Y’all. closet

I love my son. Really. I’d die for him. I also might need to announce a day or two in advance that I’d like to check his clothes. Volunteering for a heart attack really isn’t a smart use of my time.  I can only imagine what it must be like for mother’s that let their kids have reptiles as pets.

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Handbag Overhaul!

Handbag Overhaul!

Whether you call it a purse,  bag, handbag, shoulder bag, or backpack, I promise you there are great ways to make those things more functional! Saving you time and your back! But first a classic purse joke…handbag

“As the bus pulled away, I realized I had left my purse under the seat. Later, I called the company and was relieved that the driver had found my bag.

When I went to pick it up, several off-duty bus drivers surrounded me. One man handed me my pocketbook, two typewritten pages and a box containing the contents of my purse. Continue reading