Category: Home Organizing

December 31 2018

Rounding Up the Holiday Decor

Another holiday season is coming to an end. Can you believe it? The festivities are winding down and it’s time to gear up for a New Year. However, an important holiday task still lies ahead. It’s time to put away all the decorations. Now is your chance to review what you have, get rid of what you didn’t use and most likely will not use in the future. Then you can organize it all to make decorating next holiday season a breeze.

September 14 2018
cork, white and chalk boards create a family command center

Take Command with a Family Command Center

 

School bells will soon be ringing, and with them the hectic pace that a new school year brings. Mounds of paper will flood backpacks, schedules will be bloated with sports, music lessons, school fundraisers and so much more. Don’t wait for the chaos to take over. Take control with a Family Command Center.
A few simple ideas will get your Family Command Center up and running in no time.

  1. Choose the right spot in your home.
October 06 2017

From Mountain to Molehill: Getting a Handle on Your Documents

I’ve been a senior move manager for over 18 years and love every minute of assisting older adults with downsizing and transitioning to a new style of living. Whether it’s a move to an independent living community, assisted living community or continuing care community, the process often comes down to the same question — “what do I do with all this stuff?”.  And when people say ‘stuff’, invariably, a lot of the ‘stuff’ is documents and records.

August 08 2017

Sort It Out Named One of the Best Home Organizers in Boston

Our team is always proud to receive kind words from our clients about the service we provide. This month, we also received some noteworthy press mentions that we would like to mention.

Sort It Out was recently named one of the “17 Best Home Organizers in Boston” by Expertise.com. Using its proprietary software, Expertise.com reviewed over 143 home organizers in the Boston area. Each company was graded against more than 25 variables in five different categories –