*If you have any unwanted documents that contain important information, such as your name, date of birth, social security number, etc., then these documents should be shredded.
*Don't become a pack rat! Old magazines create clutter. Recycle them and keep the ones that are most current.
*Clothing that is not worn between six months to one year can and should be donated. This will not only benefit you, but it will benefit those in need. Shoes that are in good condition can also be donated.
*Small storage containers are ideal for children's rooms to store toys. They are also perfect for the office to store items like pens, pencils and paper clips. College students can use these storage containers for things like personal hygiene products and school supplies. They are inexpensive and can be purchased from a Wal-mart or Target store.
Organizing is part of everyday life. We all organize to a certain degree. However, we tend to reach out for professional help when we are no longer able to manage. A chaotic lifestyle will eventually lead to stress and illness.
Setting boundaries, planning and prioritizing are key factors to adding structure to your daily routine. We understand these things are easier said than done. We are here to help and will work together to achieve the desired goal...organizing for health and wellness.