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Self-Care. What Are You Doing to Recharge?

In a crisis it’s essential to remember the importance of self-care. This practice can take various forms. Some might be small actions and others big efforts, but all are equally important for reducing stress and feeling happier. Getting plenty of…

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Gift Of Love

A Gift Of Love

For my 50th birthday, my brother’s family gave me FIFTY very colorful paper hearts. On each heart, they had written down a reason why they love me.  It was a  simple and truly touching gift! I am sharing the idea…

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My Response To The New York Times Magazine Article

I’m one of the quoted organizers in last week’s The New York Times Magazine article title “Stuff”, a lengthy piece in which the writer takes very pointed jabs at the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). I found it discouraging…

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Season Affective Disorder SAD

Feeling SAD? It Could Be Seasonal Affective Disorder

Have you been experiencing low energy and fatigue since we set the clocks back? Many of us in the Northeast seem to be complaining about the winter blues this week. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also called winter depression, winter blues,…

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Random Acts Of Kindness

Acts of Kindness

Recently I have noticed the promotion of Random Acts of Kindness as way to honor the anniversary of tragic events- the Boston and Oklahoma bombings come to mind. This is a wonderfully positive response to a heartbreaking occasion, and anybody…

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