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Clutter-Free Living: Organizational Hacks for Renters

In the quest for a clean and organized rental apartment, the importance of strategic, space-saving solutions cannot be overstated. Renters often grapple with the dual challenges of limited space and the impermanence of their living situation, making traditional organizational methods less feasible. In this article, we look at some tips and tricks that not only aim at maximizing available space but also enhance the livability and the beauty of your rental apartment.

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Moving to a New State Takes Research

Are you thinking about moving?

Very few of us feel comfortable simply throwing a dart at the map, packing up, and moving our families into unknown territory. Most people choose their new home state after lots of careful research. Today, Aristotle Organizing shares a few things you should keep in mind as you decide to make the leap from one state to another.

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It’s National Organizing Month

As January brings the New Year, it also brings resolutions and new beginnings. What better way to create a new beginning and stick with it, than creating an organized layout for everything you’d like to do and accomplish in the year. It all starts with one step, and I believe that step is organizing. Learn more in this article to achieve your 2024 goals!

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New Year’s Resolutions

When the New Year rolls around it can be a very exciting next step for new goals, resolutions, business start ups, and more. Time and time again however, I find myself or friends of mine either making new year’s resolutions and not quite meeting them or deciding altogether they don’t wish to do them because they ultimately fail. I believe this year however, I may have cracked the code. Take a dive into this article to see how you too can achieve your New Year’s resolution!

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Handling the Range of Decisions You’ll Face as a Senior Who’s Downsizing

As we age, we may find that the home we once loved becomes difficult to maintain. Whether we have trouble taking care of the house itself or simply don’t have the need for such a large space, downsizing is often the wisest decision. In this article, written by Sharon Wagner, discover some of the best ways to tackle downsizing your or your loved one’s home.

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MOVE PREP FOR A CORPORATE OFFICE

Moving a business can be extremely stressful, especially when tens or hundreds of employees are involved. As a result, the preparation for a move is often missed or overlooked. Not preparing for your move is like skipping breakfast. Therefore I have created a guide to follow so that your companies move, whether you hire help or decide to do it yourself, will have steps to follow for the smoothest possible transition.

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Storage Units & Their Traps

Storage units can be very beneficial, especially in a place like NYC, but only if used properly. Storage units can easily become a cluttered closet that is used to store your unwanted items, creating frustration and a costly monthly bill. So how can we avoid this situation? A  storage unit should ideally be used for one of three things; holiday items, rotating items, and temporary storage solutions. To better understand what I mean, click the link and find out how you can best utilize your storage unit!

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