All my life I have loved to read. I have read a lot – for: university, work, pleasure, and simply information. Sometimes, I become obsessed, and read for hours, trying to learn everything that I can on a particular subject. In fact, I am a “hoarder” of information. I have almost 400 books and dozens of boxes of files in the closet to prove it. Continue reading Thank you Nora Ephron
Confessions of a Clutter Addict
Some people have homes that are always ready for company – should anyone just drop in. I don’t. That’s because I am addicted to “clutter”. Continue reading Confessions of a Clutter Addict
8 Things That Need Spring Cleaning
If time permits, my home gets through cleaning twice a year – spring and fall. However, if I were to do any of these chores only once a year, I prefer spring because I feel like I am shaking away winter doldrums and cobwebs as I am doing them. Continue reading 8 Things That Need Spring Cleaning
Seriously? Swedish Death Cleaning?
I had been planning to do it for a long time now. And I had already been doing it– sort of, unintentionally, and very slowly. COVID-19, however, gave me concentrated periods of time at home – something we rarely find ourselves with. And so I decided to tackle my “Swedish Death Cleaning” – seriously. Continue reading Seriously? Swedish Death Cleaning?
Dealing with the Clutter in my Life
Clutter is an understatement for the chaos in my life right now. I had decided to tackle it head on. And then the unexpected moving of my office this month presented the perfect opportunity for the change . But I had no idea that dealing with the clutter would be so difficult, and emotional. Continue reading Dealing with the Clutter in my Life
Applying Feng Shui
When I started my Feng Shui project, I decided that the Prosperity corner would be the Bagua segment that I would tackle first . It would focus my energies on what I think is most important to me – finding a new career (or a new source of income). Continue reading Applying Feng Shui