Goodbye Mom

Goodbye Mom

I lost my mother, Thea Eichler, on July 15th. She had reached her 90th birthday last March, a milestone I know she never expected to reach. My mother’s parents both died young, so she didn’t think longevity was in her cards. When I was about to graduate college and...
The Wind Storm

The Wind Storm

“Tell your clients that nothing helps you to declutter quite like a flooded basement,” said my brother as he and his family took refuge in our warm, lighted home this weekend.  “I guess I’ll have to get rid of my cube refrigerator from college...
Who would want my junk?

Who would want my junk?

I hear this all the time when I encourage clients to donate items they no longer want. Of course there are those less fortunate who would appreciate your donations, but what about: ARTISTS SET DESIGNERS MUSEUM CURATORS Below is proof that your “trash” is...
My Tiny Kitchen and the Genie

My Tiny Kitchen and the Genie

I have a tiny kitchen and I love it! Other than large family parties when my relatives all want to congregate in it to chat, I’m very comfortable in my tiny kitchen. When you think about it there are definite advantages to having a small kitchen, such as when...