I'm breaking up with my Blog...
October 2, 2017
Digital Clean-Up Tips
May 27, 2017
Spring Clean Your Digital Organizing Structure
April 28, 2017
OLWH: Help! I Deleted All My Files!
April 21, 2017
Spring Clean Your iPhone
April 20, 2017
Spring Clean Your Paper Piles
April 14, 2017
Spring Clean Your Home Office
April 6, 2017
10 Steps to a Clean Closet
March 29, 2017
OLWH: Spirit Of Giving Program - Streamlining Communications for a School
March 25, 2017
Reclaim Your Dining Room Table
March 24, 2017
December 2, 2016
As an organizer, isn’t it my duty to suggest some non-thing gift ideas? I’ve scoured the web, and here are some of the best ideas I’ve seen. Borrow the ideas this year - I’m going to!
Chronicle your family history by assembling photographs, letters, and important documents.
Frame a meaningful photograph or put together a photo album or book of family recipes.
Give children a gift of music or sports lessons instead of another toy. As a parent, I know these are NOT cheap experiences!
Give the gift of time. Begin with a gift certificate that offers babysitting, a home-cooked meal, or a monthly lunch date with a relative or friend.
Donate to a charity in the name of a loved one.
Give fair trade items such as tea, coffee, or chocolate (and consumable items that don’t leave a trace are great, too - no clutter)!
Give homemade baked goods, potpourri, or a dried herb wreath.
Create a special memory by going to a ball game, to a museum, or on a camping trip.
And here are a few random acts of kindness for the holidays that I just couldn’t resist sharing, too:
Pay for the car behind you at the toll booth during holiday road trips.
Leave potted flowers or herbs anonymously on a friend's doorstep.
Make an emergency kit gift basket with a blanket, flashlight, gas can, jumper cables, and flares.
Give away the last great book you bought and enjoyed to someone who shares your taste.
Have a re-gift swap. Get together a few like-minded friends and trade tchotchkes.
'Tis the season to be jolly, right?
back to school