We all have a few resolutions that make it to the top of our list every New Year, and there are two reasons they keep showing up there: 1) we believe this resolution will improve our life in some way, and 2) we have never been able to make this
You may be entertaining at home, braving highways of holiday traffic to visit your in-laws, or escaping the family altogether by trading snowy roads for sandy beaches, but the one thing that will remain the same in each scenario is YOU! So, if your holidays are always wrapped up in
It’s happening again. Sleeping kids everywhere have those silly dancing sugarplums in their heads, but you’re tossing and turning with the vision of your obnoxious Aunt Helen barreling through the house complaining that there’s “Nothing to eat around here but cheese? What, do you want me to have a heart
Each year, Nina (one of our lead organizers) always makes me her infamous Chocolate Rum Balls. This year, I couldn’t resist asking her for the recipe and sharing it with you. So, enjoy this holiday treat. If you have a holiday cookie or dessert you’re famous for, please share it
(Missed Part One, Read it here)
It’s been said that there’s no place like home for the holidays, but for some of us, when this season rolls around, home is the last place we want to be. But just because you’ve decided to skip town, doesn’t mean you’re exempt from the
In an ideal world, the holiday season would be a joyous time for us to spend relaxing, reminiscing and celebrating with friends and family. But in reality, you’ll have to be organized if you want your holidays to be stress-free. In this two-part post, I’ll share some tips to help
With Thanksgiving just a week away, most of you are pre-occupied with menus and travel plans, family and football. But for some of us, this holiday is not just about drifting into a turkey coma… it’s about diving into shopping chaos!
Venturing out to shop on Black Friday is not for the faint
The makeover recently continued at the Dress for Success Boutique in Washington. DC. Solutions by Scott joined forces with multiple local organizers, all volunteers and members of The Washington, DC – Metro Chapter of The National Association of Professional Organizers to complete this phase of the makeover. The makeover team
2013 Update – We are no longer collecting shoes for Soles4Souls. Visit their website to find a donation location in your area.
Dear friends and clients,
As many of you know, tomorrow (January 5, 2011) I am headed to Haiti, forgoing a typical winter vacation, so I can distribute shoes to orphans.
Last week, I wrote about a professional organizer in Washington, DC who happened to also be a hoarder – a hoarder of denim. I’ve been collecting denim for Habitat for Humanity since April. I wanted to share this update with you. As of May 17, 2010, I’ve collected 376 pairs