Muzzy & Pappa are my husband’s grandparents, both in their late eighties, parents to seven grown children and grandparents to seven. A few Christmases ago, the family recognized that Muzzy & Pappa really did not need – or want – holiday gifts. Pappa certainly had received his fair share of Christmas ties and books over the . . . → Read More: The Gift of Giving
Dressed for Success!
A few years ago, when I first became a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), I had the opportunity to volunteer at a non-profit called Dress For Success. My fellow organizers and I spent an afternoon at the Durham, NC location helping to organize the hundreds of suits & professional . . . → Read More: Women Helping Women
What can you give?
Now that the holiday season is upon us, the focus of our society turns to shopping, gifts, and other material-driven thoughts & activities. That is bit dis-heartening, if you ask me. Although my readership may be small, and my impact even smaller, I have decided to use my blog for the . . . → Read More: Holiday Good Instead of Greed