Looking Back At Your New Years Goals

Remember our post on setting some organizing New Year’s goals? Find it here: http://www.hautemove.com/setting-new-years-goals/ ‎ Now is a great time to revisit your New Year’s goals! Don’t just look at what you did or didn’t do — that can be depressing! Think about these things: What did you set out to do? What did you accomplish? Both things on your list of goals and new items! How can you learn from this list to better set goals for yourself next year? Priority listing, realistic expectations, and smaller goals to accomplish bigger goals are all things that may help.   “The real man
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Categories: Organizing.

Organizing Kids Clothes

Organizing kids clothes can be a real hassle. They are small and tend to get lost both in the dresser and in the wash … and around the house or for that matter. Dressers are often just drawers stuffed with all sorts of things. An alternative idea is a shelf with tupperware. The tupperware can be various sizes to fit the contents (larger bin for sweatshirts and jackets, smaller bin for socks or tights, etc.). This can be a great way to keep things organized as well as introduce your little person to organizing and cleaning early!   “It’s better
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Categories: Bedroom and Kids.

How to Organize Your Day

Do you find yourself flustered by the day to day and all of the to do’s to remember and do!? Check out these cool To Do Apps to help organize your days! Todoist Remember the Milk Tick Tick  Google Keep   “If you don’t pay appropriate attention to what has your attention, it will take more of your attention than it deserves.” ― David Allen, Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
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Teen Bedroom Makeover

We all love a good before and after post! Here are a few fun pictures from a recent makeover. This is a teen’s girls bedroom. Our clients recently moved from Florida which is always hard on teenage children so they wanted to create a special room for her! She loves to do art, loved the idea of lights around her room, and wanted to make her bedroom feel more grown up. We collected branches from the forest, washed them and sprayed them. We then suspended them from the ceiling and wove lights throughout.  We removed the large bed frame, moved
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Categories: Bedroom, Decorating, and Kids.

Staying Organized at Work

Work can be a hard place to stay on top of things. Papers, information, meetings, emails, business cards… its all coming in a million miles a minute. How do you stay organized? Here are a few tips we’ve picked up over the years… what do you do to stay organized at work? Block off time each day (or week) to organize your desk. If you take 10 minutes at the end of each day, you’ll be amazed at the space you create, physically and mentally! Toss immediately! If you have a policy that you toss things as soon as they
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Categories: Organizing.