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SimpleWorks came about because I believe we have made things too hard.  It has been my life long mission to help you get organized…no matter if it is with the million of things you need to do each day, creating a more pleasant workspace, or decluttering your brain!.  Sometimes we are so busy updating our ‘status’ we forget how to live in the moment! It’s time to breathe, ask yourself hard questions, and accept what you are willing to change in order to simplify your life.
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Celebrate a Dead Battery

The last time this subject appeared here was two years ago, yet this topic creates conversations much more often than every two years—more like every two days. The discussion centers on how connected we are to our phones, computers, and devices. Even in two short years, we’ve added another means of communicating that’s a much […]

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Garage Organization

Garages aren’t just for cars anymore. Today, garages are a flex space and everyone in the family uses this area to store things like extra dog and bird food, 20 rolls of paper towels and paint drop cloths, cans of soda and motor oil, shoes of all sizes and hiking boots, along with the traditional […]

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No Prescription Needed

Chances are high that the majority of people have a “love/hate” relationship with their phone, tablets, and watches. While the devices are promoted as making our lives easier, being connected 24/7 has its downsides that goes beyond the social aspect. Doctors now are learning all these screens are causing long-term effects on our bodies, too. […]

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Second Chances

“You never have a second chance to make a first impression!” Or do you? Do you ever replay the last few meetings with prospects or clients and wonder, “How did I do?” Did you present yourself so they’ll want to do future business with you, or was the impression you left forgettable? Now flip the […]

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Finding Time

Do you find yourself trying to find things throughout your day? Things like time to start or finish a project, time to plan for an upcoming meeting, time to follow-up with clients, time to write a few thank you notes, time to sit with an dear friend and catch up, time to visit family, go […]

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Downsizing Starts Now

Isn’t it funny how some words can mean different things to different people? Recently, a message appeared, “If you don’t like the application, change the definition.” While some people resist the word “declutter,” let’s substitute the word “downsize.” Basically, with the help of a little stretch of the imagination, when you remove stuff that’s no […]

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ABC’s of Clutter

Here we are a few weeks into 2017 and chances are some things have yet to be crossed off your to-do list. Do those things contain words like “organizing,” “downsizing,” “cleaning out,” and “decluttering?” While those tasks may be at the top of your mental list, you may be slow on where or how to […]

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New Beginnings

In just a few days, we’ll be watching the shiny ball fall on Times Square and we’ll begin (again) to readdress our time, goals, hopes, and expectations of a brand new year. Most families will find their calendars bursting with commitments as we kick off 2017. Do you ever wonder how you do it all? […]

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Tips to Un-decorate

Taking down all the holiday decorations may be the furthest thing from your mind, especially if you haven’t even started to hang the first strand of tinsel! However, “what goes up, must come down” and now’s the time to think about how you’ll repack all the stockings, wreaths, and ornaments so that next year’s decorating […]

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What Did You Say?

At a recent workshop at a local university, there was a lack of understanding with the majority of second-year students on the subject of “people skills.” When the topic turned to effective communication, the overall conclusion was texting was the preferred method to convey your thoughts and needs. Their surveys showed most didn’t consider any […]

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