Posts by Clutterly

Clutter & The Brain

Did you know there is scientific research out there that supports the theory that living with Clutter and chaos can actually affect the brain in some powerfully negative ways? Symptoms can include stress, anxiety, depression, and a diminished energy. We now know that living in a cluttered environment is not simply the shame or guilt we associate…

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How to Organize Your Closet

Do you grimace each time you open your closet door? Can you even shut the door? Have you stood there looking at the huge monstrosity of a mess, and tell yourself today is the day?’ But, then you say nope, and try to close the door. Closet Organizing can seem like a massive chore. When…

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What Should Hang in Your Closet

Having a nice organized closet is not only refreshing but it actually serves a purpose. Properly storing clothes can preserve the longevity of the items and keep them looking nice for a long time. When it comes to closet organizing, many people are unsure of what they should hang up or what they should fold…

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Holiday Organizing Tips – Colorado Springs

You have three bags full of bows but can’t find the wrapping paper. Gifts are thrown around every room of your home, and you can’t figure out who they’re for. The holiday season is stressful enough. Home organization and the ability to declutter the mess that’s lying around your house, will make the season a…

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Tips for Seasonal Decorating

The leaves are turning and the temperature is dropping, brrrrrr, it must be Fall, my absolute favorite season of the year!  I’m one of those people that loves to decorate seasonally, which means bringing down the storage bins and taking out those precious decorations, packing up my regular stuff and securing it away until its…

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Back To School – General Organizing Tips

Hi, I’m Lisa, founder of Clutterly, wishing all of my family’s a clutter-free, joy-filled school year.  General Tips Before school starts, set up a designated study area for you’re the children, such as the kitchen table.  But for unique assignments, allow for some flexibility such as moving to a rocking chair for reading chapter books. …

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When Is It Time to Hire a Professional Organizer?

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Ok, so you’ve been trying for years to get organized.  You’ve bought tons of books and magazines, scan the internet regularly, and now are in the crosshairs of every gadget supplier on the Web.  You’ve spent countless dollars on a myriad of baskets, bins, sorters, racks, hooks, calendars, and cubby systems, aching for the perfect…

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