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Check Out Janet’s Tips on ‘Eco-friendly ways to de-clutter your house while self-isolating’ on 6ABC

April 8, 2020

Most of us are spending the majority of our time inside the home, and perhaps tackling a few projects around the house. From recycling to donating and other earth-friendly options in between, we want to de-clutter the right way, making sure everything that can be reused or recycled gets where it needs to go. With … Keep Reading »

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Check Out Janet’s Tips in Philadelphia Style’s “Organizing Your Spatially Challenged Kitchen”

December 4, 2019

No matter how big or small a home is, tackling organization is always a challenge. Although an arduous task, organization can ensure a luxurious kitchen of any size. Pristine kitchen organization shouldn’t be hindered by spatially challenged spaces, and these experts are here to help solve the trickiest kitchen needs with their keen expertise. Janet … Keep Reading »

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Check out Janet Bernstein’s Tips for Back to School in The Philadelphia Inquirer

August 31, 2019

For parents of school-age kids, back-to-school is the start of a very cramped calendar. Gone are the freedoms of the summer. It’s time for meetings, appointments, homework help, sports carpools, and music lessons, not to mention the logistical nightmare of figuring out child care. Oh, and all the paperwork.

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The Organizing Professionals® named Best of Philly – Best Home Organizer

July 31, 2019

Janet Bernstein’s got beef with Marie Kondo. Okay, maybe not actual beef. Considering her glossy chestnut bob and calm British lilt, I can’t imagine the Organizing Professionals founder actually arguing with anyone, so I’ll dial that down a bit. Janet Bernstein’s got a few concerns she’d like to politely address with Marie Kondo, and they begin with … Keep Reading »

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Check Out Bridget James’ Tips on Sparefoot “24 Speedy Spring Cleaning Hacks”

March 21, 2019

Set the timer for 15 minutes and go through items in one area, such as a kitchen drawer or a shelf in the laundry room. “If you don’t love it, need it or use it, let it go,” says Bridget James, a senior professional organizer at The Organizing Professionals in Philadelphia. “The less you have in your … Keep Reading »