This podcast is about giving you a peek into my life as a Professional Organizer. You want to live a simpler life but don’t know where to start. In these storytelling episodes we will dig deeper on how to regain control. What are the challenges of “just letting go”? Why are we so attached to things? Have you lost your mind or just your keys? I will share tricks and ideas about dealing with the clutter monster. And finally, how becoming organized can have an impact on your happiness, health and home life.Learn more about organizing. Visit www.fineorganizing.com. You can stay in touch with Conny by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are over 3,500 Professional Organizers in the United States. How is it possible that a Japanese Organizer conquered the attention in North America? What is her secret? In this episode I share my experience with the Marie Kondo Method.Learn more...
Chaos with Toys
With kids come toys, with toys comes a mess, and with a mess comes frustration. Today I share the story of Gwen and Gary and their adorable kids. The kids bedrooms are pure chaos and it is spilling over into the living room. Help get these toys...
In this episode I am sharing my own experience at hosting Thanksgiving dinner with all its pitfalls. What else can be done to keep you calm during the holidays? How about some clever ways on hiding your clutter? Learn more about organizing. Visit...
Francesca is an up and coming architect. She is excited about her projects and yet it seems her husband is constantly complaining about her long hours at work. Why can't she be more productive during the day? What is she doing all day? And why is her...
Top 10 Organizing Items
This Top 10 List is about organizing items in my household that simplify my life.Learn more about organizing. Visit www.fineorganizing.com. You can stay in touch with Conny by email: email@example.com
4 Cycles of Organizing
Looking at life, I can define 4 life cycles of organizing. In each one we have specific needs of organizing. As we grow, we add material but often forget to purge. And then we are surprised on how much stuff we collected and feel trapped by these...