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Snow Days Are Great For Organizing

Posted on Feb 3, 2014

Snow days are perfect for organizing! We’ve had a few of those this winter, so no excuses for not getting organized. Here are some ideas… Go through your closet and purge any items you haven’t wore in the past year. Don’t forget those accessories – shoes, purses, jewelry, etc. Here’s a twofer, while organizing your office and files, get your tax documents ready at the same time Organize your linen closets and bathroom drawers Does your kitchen need a fresh start? Organize and clean out your cabinets and pantries. Throw away outdated items. Give your basement a makeover. Purge all those kids toys they no longer play with. Some of you may be thinking, yeah right, I have to take care of my kids on snow days. My answer is… put them to work. Have them help you organize their bookshelves, bathroom drawers, or in the basement. STAY WARM!    ...

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Organizing Artist Spaces

Posted on Aug 6, 2013

I recently helped one of my clients, Sondra, organize her art studio in her home. She does beautiful work both creating and restoring jewelry. As you can imagine, most of her supplies are tiny pieces that are difficult to keep organized. I started by helping her create a new system for displaying and storing these tiny pieces so that she can quickly identify them while she’s working. We had a great time working together! While we were organizing, I noticed these beautiful dia de los muertos earrings and commented how much I liked them. Sondra was gracious enough to give them to me and I wanted to share them with you. The beads are from Oaxaca, Mexico, the leaves are made of glass and the wires are sterling. Check out her amazing work on Etsy! The photo shows her contemporary work at www.SondraBerk.etsy.com, she will be adding more items soon! Her vintage pieces can be found on www.GlamEras.etsy.com. If you like her work and this post, feel free to share it using the buttons...

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Disaster Recovery Plan

Posted on Apr 16, 2013

First and foremost I would like to say I am keeping all families, friends, bystanders, runners and all others affected by yesterday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon, in my thoughts. I am deeply saddened by these events. This tragedy really hit home, as I’m sure it did for many others. My sister works on Boylston street, about a block down from the first explosion. After finally getting a hold of her, I found out she decided to work from home on Marathon day (huge sigh of relief). She was upset as some of her co-workers were unaccounted for. This is normally a bustling area of the city, so you can imagine what it was like yesterday. Luckily she found out all her co-workers were safe and in lock-down at the office. I would like to stress the importance of having a disaster recovery plan. This is important for the sustainability of your business, but much more importantly to confirm the safety of your employees. Invest your time and money in a disaster recovery plan, create an action plan and update it often. ACTION PLAN CHECKLIST Make sure you have up-to-date contact information for all employees as well as their emergency contacts – keep copies at work and home. Create a plan so...

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