ZERO-WASTE DECLUTTERING PART 2: BOOKS

A few weeks ago I started this series of Zero-Waste decluttering tips as an add-on for my KonMari organization service. In the first category, I suggested options for the clothes we discard. I was actually surprised to learn that 95% of textiles can be recycled, but currently, only 15% does while the rest end up … Continue reading ZERO-WASTE DECLUTTERING PART 2: BOOKS

Before & After: Kitchen Cabinet

With every organizing project, I always aim to increase the visibility and accessibility of a storage space. In this Before & After, few simple changes have made my client's time in the kitchen a much more enjoyable one. The before photos actually don't look too disorganized. However, for a client who enjoys baking, her baking supplies stored in the green container (a great Lego Duplo box … Continue reading Before & After: Kitchen Cabinet

Zero-Waste Decluttering Part 1: Clothing

My last blog post about redefining waste touched on how I started composting and taking our used clothing to be recycled. The once tedious chore of dealing with our garbage has become a joyful act to live a more earth-friendly lifestyle. As I build my organizing consulting business, I decided to offer a Zero-Waste decluttering option. One of the biggest reasons … Continue reading Zero-Waste Decluttering Part 1: Clothing