The creative drive is an essential human need to enrich and beautify our lives and the world. But clutter can steal the space, free time, and clarity we need for creative pursuits.
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The Clutter Fairy’s Gayle Goddard was a guest on the June 19, 2017, Houston Life show. Gayle shared common mistakes people make when they try to get organized.
The Clutter Fairy uncovers sneaky ways in which clutter erodes our free space and creates trouble spots throughout the home.
The Clutter Fairy talks about how to reclaim the heart of the house—the kitchen—as a welcoming place to prepare healthy meals for yourself and your family.
Like any clutter, paper can stand in the way of your best life. Failure to control it wastes time and effort and can lead to financial or legal trouble.
Disorganized spaces and unproductive habits can waste valuable time and keep us from getting the day off to a strong start.
The Clutter Fairy’s best advice for streamlining the process of leaving the house to head for work: Designate “parking spaces” for your most critical items.
Our stuff becomes clutter when it stands in the way of other things that we want and need, like relationships, comfort, and peace of mind.
The Clutter Fairy family wishes you and yours a bountiful and harmonious Thanksgiving! Join us as we kick off a year of organizing projects to help you live the life you dream of.
Gayle reports back from the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) 2016 Conference in Atlanta.
Here’s the Clutter Fairy’s favorite new product from the NAPO 2016 conference—zippered cable organizers from Neet Products.
The Clutter Fairy explores ways to rethink and retool paper storage by defining “bigger buckets.”