Closet Organizing and Storage

One of the most asked questions I get is about organizing and storing items in your closet. If it is not an item of clothing and you are moving it into storage somewhere you need to ask a couple of questions: #1 Do I really need this? If NO – DON’T KEEP THIS ITEM! #2

Organizing for Personality Types – Personality Tests

I was taking an NSGCD class on Tuesday about Personality Types and how they like to organize and how they are motivated. During the class they listed some Quick tests, you could take for personality typing, available on the web and I wanted to share them with you.   Color Quiz: www.colorquiz.com/title.html Learning Style Preference

ADD Hyperactivity – 3 main types

ADD Hyperactivity has three subtypes: -Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive -Predominantly inattentive -Combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive to learn more check-out this website http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder/complete-index.shtml#pub1

Finding Balance – Men and Women See Organizing Differently

I read an article by Jill LaBorde in the Business Central magazine and she quoted a study by the University of Wisconsin about men and women and what they do with down time. Dr. Denise Skinner found this “women typically use downtime to become more organized, men posses more of a sense of entitlement when

ADD with Hypoactivity is rarely talked about, but I see this in some clients

Hypoactivity is the state of being extremely under active, and it can be just as disabling as ADHD with hyperactivity. Children and adults with inattentive ADD have difficulty moving from an impulse to an action, and they are very over stimulated by many environments they encounter. Also, people who suffer from this type of ADD