The Clutter Fairy offers less stressful, less cluttered solutions to holiday gift-giving, decorating, and entertaining.
About Mark Herrera
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Entries by Mark Herrera
We explore the intersection of furniture and clutter: optimizing furniture in home design, “right-sizing” to reduce clutter, disposing of unneeded pieces.
By paying careful attention to our collecting habits, we can change our behavior to cut off the “fire hose” of new clutter.
Decisions postponed before, during, or after a move can steal space in our homes and our minds for months, years, or even until the next move.
The Clutter Fairy explores how to rethink your list as a tool for success instead of a catalog of failures.
The Clutter Fairy offers her favorite travel tip: Allow sufficient time for packing.
Lighten your load and your stress level by organizing and “right-sizing” travel preparations.
Sooner or later, most of us find ourselves dealing with the stuff left behind by loved ones.
Expecting monumental changes in yourself just because you’ve started using a new calendar is NOT a recipe for success.
The Clutter Fairy tackles clutter trouble spots and offers tips for reclaiming your “personal space of shame.”
People with clutter issues often report feeling overwhelmed—they know where they’d like to end up, but they can’t see a way to get there. The Clutter Fairy suggests better ways to think about clutter problems.
For our 50th meetup, we offered a jump-start list of 50 action items to kick off your organizing plan.