Cleaning House: Five Office Reorganization Tips That Can Save You Time & Money

December 7, 2012 | by Heather Chaet

Whether your office is in the corner of your basement or takes up three floors in a downtown high-rise, maintaining an organized space to conduct business is just as important to your bottom line as that marketing plan. Think about it: if you can’t find that marketing plan under a pile of folders on your … Keep Reading »

Navigating Night School: Tips for Students

November 27, 2012 | by Caroline Shannon-Karasik

Get organized and maintain a realistic work-life balance while attending night school. If you have ever found yourself face down on an open book, then you know just how tough it can be to keep your eyes open after a long day at work. But for students who are enrolled in night school, the only … Keep Reading »

10 Tips for Organizing Your Closets

October 14, 2012 | by Scott Gamm

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Closet space is usually tight, whether you’re living in a house or a studio apartment. If most of your clothes and belongings are jam-packed into a small closet, chances are you closet is in need of a makeover. Even after spending the weekend cleaning out your closets, within a few weeks, … Keep Reading »

Best of Philly 2012 Personal Organizer – Janet Bernstein

August 19, 2012

  Bernstein’s a slim, springy Brit who is not just a master at making the best use of your “vertical” space, but also a damn good declutterer, thanks to one magic question she’ll ask you over and over: “Is this something you love, need and use?” (In other words, it’s time to ditch the Beanie … Keep Reading »

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