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Monsey’s ‘On Time Sewer’ Lives Up to Its Name

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It is Erev Yom Tov and you have just completed a three-day cooking marathon. With a mere few hours left before candlelighting you are appalled to notice that your kitchen sink is not draining properly. Panic begins to set in. You yell out to your husband to quickly call the nearest Roto-Rooter as the time is fleeting. You...

Sprucing Up Your Home for Summer!

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Do you have a summer house? Or do you just wish you did? This is the time of year when we might be scrolling through Facebook and notice that so many people seem to be heading off to their vacation homes or making plans for their summer vacation. Which is great! But even if you aren’t heading out of town your home is one of the best destinations of all! So how can you spruce it up to get the most enjoyment out of it this summer?

Hopefully work will be a little laid back in the summer. Maybe you have shorter hours or some extra vacation time building up. Even if you can’t get away and are planning on spending that time at home, here are some practical tips to help you set up your...

‘Regrets, I’ve Had a Few…’

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I do a lot of public speaking about home organizing and decluttering. During my presentations I ask the audience how often they use their fine china, stemware and silverware. Most have not used it in years, and many never have, they just keep saving it for a “special occasion.”

I was at a client’s home a few weeks ago and the topic of regrets came up. I shared with the client that one of my regrets is that I did not keep up with my ability to speak a second language that I was taught at an early age. He laughed and said to me, “If that is at the top of your regrets, you are a very lucky lady.”

I visit with clients in their homes and experience their painful decisions of...

What Your Front Office Says About Your Business

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Usually I write my columns about home organizing. Today’s column is going to be geared to the small business owner. I have four experiences to share.

Experience #1: In 2012 I was in the market for a new dentist. I had asked for recommendations from friends whom I trust and got several names. I started with the one whose recommendation was a WOW.

What did I do? I showed up at the office with no appointment to check out the “vibe.” I was greeted by a very enthusiastic receptionist who was happy to meet me. I explained that I did not have an appointment, and that I was in the market for a new dentist and had heard great things about this practice. She was excited to speak with me and...

Organized and Clutter Free: Living the Perfect Life

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Living the perfect life? What exactly does that mean to you? What is your perfect life and what would you change today to make your life more perfect? Allow me to rephrase the question: What would you change today to make your life more satisfying?

As a professional organizer, I have a front row seat to the pain of others, be it living life after the loss of a loved one, or dealing with the abundance of stuff that creates confusion and distraction from daily living, or managing the frustration of over buying and handling too many unwanted choices.

When I was a freshman in college, a friend stopped by my dorm room to see what I had done with the place. I had posted pictures and posters...
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