Organizing Kids' Artwork, Keepsakes & Other Memories

Organizing Kids' Artwork, Keepsakes & Other Memories

Have your kids brought home several trees’ worth of school papers? Have you even emptied their backpacks yet? 😜 Do you keep everything because you feel guilty about getting rid of their things? Paperwork can be overwhelming, especially sentimental things. I’ll walk you through the process I use for sorting/organizing my own children’s schoolwork, artwork, keepsakes, etc.

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An Organized Hobbyist's Garage

An Organized Hobbyist's Garage

Our client has many hobbies and talents so his garage is always in use. He stores tools and supplies for his varied interests, including pinball machine restoration, music producing and 3-D printing and design.  Aside from all that, he has a family with young children so they also need storage for bikes, holiday decor and the usual garage stuff. 

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One Home Office, Three Different Organizing Projects

One Home Office, Three Different Organizing Projects

These clients had experienced a life change.  They relocated from their home in California, where they had lived for over 30 years and raised a large family, to a brand new home in Arizona. They did some sorting before their interstate move (which they did themselves).  Once they moved into their new home, they had several unexpected life events arise, which delayed the normal sorting and organizing that one might hope for when settling into a new home.  

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An Organized Pantry for a Dream Kitchen

An Organized Pantry for a Dream Kitchen

After a complete home remodel, these clients had the kitchen of their dreams.  Going from barely more than a linen closet, their pantry was enlarged significantly. With the remodel completed the day before Thanksgiving (!), well-meaning family members unpacked moving boxes.  Although everything was placed in the pantry, the client felt like it "didn't vibe."  

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