Normally, the new year is “the” time for resolutions. And usually, resolutions are changes, often significant, that we want for ourselves. Although I do reflect over the holidays about what shifts, large or small, I would like to see in my life, I have learned mostly through failure, that this time of year is anContinue reading “Making Space”
Category Archives: home organization
Before & After
Helping people improve their homes is a real pleasure for me. Sometimes, the process is quite simple, requiring a few tweaks and a re-think of what goes where and why. This post illustrates a recent transformation… The above photos show an under-utilized living room. Nothing wrong with the furnishings or art work, just not thoughtfullyContinue reading “Before & After”
Part of what makes a house a home are the personal touches… photographs, objects we acquire from travel or even more personal items, such as collections. They reflect our interests, and they reveal part of us. The growth of a collection and the tandem stories that go along with it tell a part of yourContinue reading “Collections”
“Back to School”
I always see transitions in life as opportunities – a chance to start something new, make changes, revise plans, routines, etc. The “back to school” transition in September has stayed with me my whole life as the best timing for this, even though it has been a long time since I was at school. ThisContinue reading ““Back to School””
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The Home Office
Chances are if you started off working from home when the pandemic hit, you are still working from home. What is truly remarkable, is how well people and companies have adapted to this model of working. Still a work in progress like most things, but working pretty well nonetheless.
What is also evolving, is the desire to stay at home, once things go back to “normal” – whatever that looks like! This may mean a permanent, at home work life for some. But for others, going into the office has real benefits, and the plan is to return…but for a lot of people, not five days a week.