organizing

Streamline Your Style For Fall!

Now that the kids are back in school, do you need a little boost of inspiration for getting your home back in order or adding new and fresh decor?  If so, you've come to the right place!  Come join us this Thursday when Ellen Delap and Leslie Sarmiento return with their popular seminar, "Streamline Your Style For Fall: Decorating and De-cluttering Tips For Your Home"!  This free program will be held in

Jump Start Your Space for Spring: a decluttering and decorating workshop

BedroomBefore we know it, Spring will be here and what better time is it to de-clutter and revamp your home than the changing of seasons?! On Thursday, January 30, professional organizer, Ellen Delap, and Interior Designer, Leslie Sarmiento, share tips on de-cluttering and decorating your home in time for Spring.

This program will be held in the 1st Floor Meeting Room between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM. It is free to attend and open to the public. No registration is required.

Save Your Time for Better Things

Life's Too Short to Fold Fitted SheetsLife gets very busy, especially if you're a to-do list junkie like me.  Every now and then I need to read a book like Life's Too Short to Fold Fitted Sheets by Lisa Quinn.  Check it out!

Get Organized!

Because January is Get Organized Month, I’d like to point out that your public library has oodles of books that teach you how to get organized.  Oddly, the subject heading for them is “orderliness.”  Here’s a small sample:
Organizing Inside Out





 

Spring Cleaning

 
It's a popular time of year to get organized by cleaning out all that built up clutter.  Need some guidance and motivation to get started?  Grab these helpful titles and put your organization game plan into action!
 
 
 

Organizing Your Life

 

Ideas, suggestions and plans for organizing your home, your office and your life. Lots of books on the subject. Work on the resolutions to get organized.

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