Most of us have them – kitchen junk drawers. In our third kitchen transformation session together, Willow and I focused on two drawers. The first one had a collection of varied stuff – pens, twist-ties, binder clips, batteries, boxed cupboard
For our second kitchen clutter transformation session, I started by asking Willow lots of questions. How often do she and her husband use the microwave, to the left of the stove? The toaster oven that was over to the right?
After a few weeks’ break for the holidays, Willow and I resumed our work together. Next up – the kitchen, a lovely, big space that could use some organizational help and suggestions. We started with a counter that’s like an
Jim wants his house to look minimalist. As part of the project, we started work on his kitchen cupboards. We began to the right of the stove. As I would repeatedly ask, how often did he use various food products?
Part-way through our third session together, in an off-hand kind of way, Zoe said that she couldn’t sleep before it. Nervous? Doubtful, since we worked well together, and had shared some laughs. Was she excited about the progress we would
Zoe and I are doing a big job in her kitchen, over several sessions, making it more functional. We discussed making the relatively small space feel as big and useful as possible. That meant putting spices that were on top
Zoe and I are working our way around her kitchen, tweaking, de-cluttering, and organizing it. We’re making it more functional, so she can enjoy cooking. It was a bit surprising to see cookbooks in a cupboard. I suggested putting them
There are some areas in Robin and Dave’s house that might benefit from some organizing attention. First, though, she and I decided to focus on the kitchen. Why? Someone was scheduled in a little over a week to repair a
Christine lives in a snug efficiency apartment in a big house, reached by walking up a grand staircase. In a recent session, we tackled the sink area of her kitchenette. Using my fail-safe professional organizer’s method of working top-to-bottom, we
Kereith got in touch. The fitness business, where he is the general manager, had recently moved its offices. He wanted help in a few areas that could use a professional organizer’s touch. A new administrative staff member would soon join