An organizing project takes on a whole new set of rules and goals when children are involved.
The final reveal of a major renovation is worth the wait, but you have to get through it first. While remodels have their ups and downs, there are plenty of ways to keep the downsides to a minimum.
Once you reach an age where you have any assets, even just a steady income, you need to think about document organization. The closer you get to retirement, the more important it becomes.
Get your move off to a good (and organized) start! Use our detailed checklist, filled with the big items and things you may not have considered, to keep things on track.
So, your life has come full circle: you’re living with your parents again. Only this time, they moved in with you.
The floor plan: a critical piece of the organizing puzzle that you rarely hear about during a big move. This tool has many benefits. It can:
This time of year, tax season is fresh on the mind and we bet the most frustrating part is getting all your financial documents in order. Your assets, finances, investments, receipts: these documents should be the most organized and accessible documents in your home.
The need for a big downsizing move or organizing project can stem from many different reasons. Whatever they may be, you can always stand to use a little help.
Don’t go through a move on your own; there’s plenty of resources that can help you. Using the different companies, sites and professionals at your disposal can make moving day a breeze.
Reorganizing your home to allow an independent lifestyle for a person with a physical disability is usually not a DIY project. That doesn’t mean it’s a pipe dream either.