It is Getting Organized (GO) Month and during this time when the holidays are over and many of us are focused on what stays and what goes from our homes or how to better organize the items we do have, we asked Natalie Gallagher to share her thoughts about organization. Natalie Gallagher of Refined Rooms is blogger and professional organizer who strives to help people get organized, be more productive, and style their homes like a pro. She offers tips, Read More
Do you know how much time you spend on searching for the items in your life? Are you constantly misplacing items and not realizing where they are? Are you forced to buy more of the same items because you cannot seem to find the items you need when you need them? With this infographic, we offer five compelling reasons to organize your home today. You might be surprised to learn that Americans was nine million hours per day searching for misplaced items.
Time is extremely valuable to many Read More
Lesa Myers is the Founder and President of Project Move Up, a company focused on helping people transition spaces in the Virginia and surrounding areas. Lesa is a member of NASMM (National Association of Senior Move Managers). Read More
HomeZada was honored to secure leading professional organizer, Regina Lark’s time for some helpful tips on getting organized and the value of being organized. Regina is the founder and president of A Clear Path: Professional Organizing for Home, Work, Life. As a Board Certified Professional Organizer, she specializes in working with people with chronic disorganization, ADHD, and hoarding disorders, as well as folks who have way too much stuff. Regina believes in her industry and supports it through her active role as a NAPO Board Member. She is the author of Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets: The Relationship Between the Stuff in your Head and What’s Under your Bed. Read More
Kids birthdays have come and gone, and so has Christmas. Well-meaning friends and family have blessed your family with all sorts of items. It’s been a busy school year and it was easier to purchase items than find them at home. Read More