It's not that I am an unorganized person, but when we moved into this house 3 years ago, T was 2 months old and M was 2 years old. Honestly, I was lucky to get the boxes unpacked! We also have had to do a lot of work inside, outside, and in the yard, so I am just now getting so annoyed with the state of disorganization and the amount of stuff that has accumulated that I have decided to go room by room, finishing un-fished projects, cleaning out, and organizing. I have changed the way I think from one of I am going to do a whole room in one day to I will do part of a room and immediately get rid of trash and take donations to goodwill. I started an excel spreadsheet on my laptop to help facilitate keeping track of donations.
My dear friend Jaime lent me an amazing book by Stacey Platt called What's A Disorganized Person to Do? (see Amazon link to the right). I think I need one for myself. In the first chapter there is a chart that helps you decide what to keep and what to get rid of. Happy Organizing!
I live outside of Boston with my husband, two children, and dog. For the past 8 years I have been working with clients to help them make their home dreams a reality. From helping to build homes from the ground up to helping round out already finished spaces, I listen to my clinets and let their vision guide our process. I have always been a creative person planning spaces and working to make them function better. After completing the Residential Interiors program at Boston Architectural College I learned how to combine my love for funcion and flow with my eye for color, scale, and balance. As a graduate of New York University's Stern School of Business, I understand project planning and budget management. My experience working with clients, contractors, and architects helps to coordinate and streamline the home building and renovation process, helping my clients to have the home they dream of with less of the stress that comes with building and decision making.