July 24, 2020: Ending kitchen clutter
Written by Jocelyn Kenner, Westchester Senior Voice
We have all heard the kitchen referred to as the “heart of the home,” the place where everyone loves to gather to eat, drink and socialize.
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, shouldn’t we take care of it the way we would our beating heart? The parallels of having an organized kitchen and keeping heart-healthy habits are remarkably similar. […]
December 6, 2019: Professional organizer helps locals tackle clutter
Written by Mary Walrath, The Scarsdale Inquirer
Clear plastic bins, labels and lists of chores aren’t just for families with a house full of kids and a host of extracurricular activities to keep track of. In fact, the need to declutter is increasingly on the minds of empty nesters and residents in retirement, many of whom have lived in the same home for many years or are looking to downsize to a smaller space.
In all of these cases, it can be easy to look at the pileup of items that has accumulated over the years and feel overwhelmed. That’s where Jocelyn Kenner, professional organizer, comes in […]
March 15, 2019: Put it away! Organize your life and home to curb the craziness
Written by Traci Dutton Ludwig, The Scarsdale Inquirer
Kids bring exuberance to the everyday. But they also collect a lot stuff to corral at any age — toddler toys, sippy cups, sports equipment, games, backpacks, papers, snack paraphernalia and endless socks under the couch. All of this clutter can quickly turn into chaos and suddenly even the most patient parents feel overwhelmed.
Soon, family life is marked by moments of sit-com drama: you can’t find what you need; objects get misplaced; frustration sets in; time scurries; and you end up running late or purchasing unnecessary duplicates. However, more than just a humorous annoyance, rnduring mess can affect your inner Zen. Stress overtakes calm, and life can feel out of control […]