Georgia Tax Free Weekend 2015: Everything You Need to Know

Georgia Tax Free Weekend 2015: Everything You Need to Know

Shhhh. Can you hear it? Children all over the state, moaning that they only have two weeks of summer break left. Which means it’s back to school season. Before you grab that school supply list and burn rubber to save 7%, here are a few things to keep in mind for the Georgia Tax Free Weekend 2015.

Clothing:

Yes, jeans, shorts, t-shirts, and shoes are tax-free this weekend. But jewelry, handbags, watches, and sunglasses aren’t. And if your teenager is begging for those $140 designer jeans, those aren’t tax-free – no clothing items over $100 are, period.

Computers:

All computers and peripherals are tax exempt this weekend, as long as each is under $1000. Which means if your teen or college kid is angling for a Mac, your only shot is the MacBook Air 11″, which starts at $899. Also not included are computer cases or bags, any cell phones, digital cameras, TVs, or gaming systems.

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School Supplies:

All items must be less than $20 each – including backpacks! Me? I’d much rather spend $50+ on a good quality backpack like this one at L.L. Bean and have it last years than spend $20 on a new one every single year. (My L.L. Bean I got in 9th grade? It lasted through college. Just saying.)

Another thing to keep in mind when buying school supplies? Make sure to really look at what you’re purchasing. Those dollar-store notebooks might be half the price, but guess what? They’re frequently less than half the pages. So you’re not saving a penny.

The Take-Away:

Are there deals during our Georgia Tax Free Weekend 2015? Sure. Are they worth racing to the store to save 7%? When’s the last time you raced out the door for a 7% off sale? That, and I’ve never been a big fan of mall traffic and parents elbowing each other in the ribs to get that very last pack of 8-count Crayola crayons.

Here is the official list of what is and is not exempt!

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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up – My Thoughts

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up – My Thoughts

With over 2 million copies sold, 35 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, and a three-month waiting list to become a client, Japanese professional organizer Marie Kondo has clearly hit a nerve. If you’ve been living under a rock, her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up has been riding a tidal wave of success while teaching people how to declutter and organize their homes. Clients and friends alike have been asking me what I think of Ms. Kondo’s book. So, at long last, here are my thoughts on The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.

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Sparking Joy

Marie Kondo, known as Kon Mari, has great ideas on how to really look at each item in your home and help you learn to discern what to keep and why.  She asks you to take a moment, focus on the item in your hands, and ask yourself if it ‘sparks joy.’ If the item doesn’t spark joy, you’re instructed to thank the item and toss it.

While this ‘spark of joy’ concept may work with the vast majority of our possessions, all of us have things that we need to keep, but definitely wouldn’t spark joy. Important things like tax returns, and divorce settlements, and credit reports. The only way that this book addresses that is to tell you that ‘if something is necessary, then it makes you happy.’ Hmmm.

Shared Spaces

The book says that if you always say your spouse or kids aren’t organizing their stuff, you’re doing it wrong. And to stop worrying about their spaces. While I’m all about picking your battles, this is a really tough one for most people. And I’ve worked with numerous clients whose marriages are being adversely affected by differing ways and definitions of ‘organized.’ I’ve seen very few ‘magical’ transformations of resistant spouses.

Hoarding

When asked about hoarding, Kon Mari says it is ‘not important to me if he has too many items or not. It is more important if the person is happy. I would recommend that person to imagine his ideal lifestyle, then make purging decisions from that.’

I’m sad to say that I’ve met people who struggle with hoarding who are perfectly happy not having working plumbing or electricity and being walled in by their clutter. It doesn’t seem Kon Mari has much experience or insight with hoarding disorder. That said, education on hoarding is still very new in Japan, and this could be the reason.

On-Going Organization

When asked how often someone should purge and organize, Kon Mari’s response is clear: Only once. The problem with that is that our organizing needs change. You have a new baby. Your aging parents move in. Your children continue to grow and their needs change. Life changes, and your way of organizing might need to flex and change to reflect those changes.

How About New Stuff?

Even when you have learned to be very mindful of what you bring into your newly organized home, there are still new items that come in. That’s life, right? Unfortunately, I didn’t really get a sense that this is addressed at all in the book or her subsequent TED Talk. And in my opinion, managing the flow of stuff coming in is one of the biggest factors in your ultimate success of having an organized home.

A Few Final Thoughts

One of the things to keep in mind while reading the book is that the average Japanese home is just 1023 square feet – the size of an average one bedroom apartment in the US. That alone will force you to really assess every item you own!

One of the biggest things she really nails is the focus on eliminating unnecessary things. So many people think that decluttering is separate from getting organized. To me, it’s the most important part of the process!

Most professional organizers I know have agreed that Kon Mari’s basic concept works. But we all have a few differing opinions and thoughts – which is awesome. Most of us are devoted to always learning new ways of helping our clients. One thing we all agree on? That having an organized home can definitely be life-changing magic!

The Road to Hell….

The road to hell…

We all know the phrase, ‘the road to hell is paved with good intentions.’ I’d like to propose that we change that to ‘the road to clutter is paved with good intentions.’

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We all sometimes keep things with the best of intentions. This is especially true for those who are very conscious of our impact on the environment. It is also true for those who are creative and love crafting. But frequently, that leads to a clutter problem. A few examples:

  • D.B. hated the idea of throwing Styrofoam away, because it couldn’t be recycled. Deciding to keep it all until recycling technology changed, she eventually filled her garage with nothing but trash bags of used styrofoam containers. Her good intentions led to major marital stress and a pest problem.
  • B.M. loved any and all crafting supplies. But with a house full of children and a busy career outside the home, she had no time to spend on crafting. Her good intentions led to her family constantly having to walk around bins, boxes, and bags of every kind of crafting supply. This led to family discord and resentment.
  • G.P. loves to read and wanted to pass that love on to her kids. She filled the house with every book she could think of that they might enjoy and ‘need’ to read – until they spilled off the shelves and onto the floor in every room. Her good intentions-turned-clutter led also to resentment, marital strife, and discord within her family.

Are you sensing a theme yet? We all have good intentions, but without planning, they can turn into clutter and create disorder and discord.

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Do You Keep a first aid kit for your car?

First aid kit for your car

Being organized includes being prepared for the unexpected. Most of us will head out on a road trip at some point this summer. One thing this professional organizer doesn’t leave home without? A first aid kit for your car.

You can put one together from supplies you have at home. Or you can do what I do and buy one. I actually use this Adventure Medical Kit that I bought at REI for hiking. It’s small, super lightweight, but comes with a ton of stuff. This one has everything from Band-Aids to basic medicines to splinter tweezers, and more. Can you believe all this stuff pictured fits into a waterproof pouch that weighs half an ounce?!

So, whether you’re heading to the beach, a sports tournament, or to visit family, don’t leave home with a first aid kit for your car.

Note: If you already keep one in your car – bravo! Now go check the medicines in it to ensure none have expired!

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I Check My Phone Too Much. Or do I?

Do I Check My Phone Too Much?

Email. Texting. Facebook. We seem to live by our mobile devices now. There’s even talk (online, of course!) of a syndrome called FOMO – fear of missing out. That compulsion to check your phone every few minutes to make sure you haven’t missed something. Have YOU ever wondered ‘Do I check my phone too much?’

Over the weekend, I learned about a free app called Checky. And it does exactly that. It tracks how many times you check your phone throughout the day. So I downloaded it this morning. This could be scary!

Now, I will add some caveats. First, we don’t have a landline. Our cell phones are our only phones. Second, I use my cell phone both for personal use and to run a business. Still, I’m more than a bit nervous about what my Checky numbers will look like!

‘So I check my phone a lot. Why are you, as a professional organizer, talking about it?’ Because it comes down to TIME and how we’re using it. Something that almost all of us feel pressed for, and the only thing we can’t make more of.

A 2014 study by Tekmark Study found that the average smartphone user picks up their phone 221 times per day. That’s over 1500 times every week!

Will you download an app like Checky and see how much time you spend checking your phone? Hit us back up, and let us know how you did!

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Make Back to School Easier – 5 Things To Do Now

Make back to school easier – 5 things to do now!

Sure, it’s late May. Most parents and kids are thrilled for school to be done! over! kaput! for another fun-filled summer. August will come sooner than you think. You’ll be racing around buying school supplies, clothes, and trying to get everyone into that school year routine once more. Here are my 5 top tips to make back to school easier – on everyone!

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Make Back To School Easier by…

Bedtime – Keep it Similar

Yes, the summer routine is more relaxed than the school year. That doesn’t mean we have to go hog wild. Make back to school easier by keeping your kids’ bedtimes within an hour of their school-year bedtime. This gives them more freedom. But it also almost completely eliminates the nightmare created when kids go from no bedtime to a rigid bedtime in just a week. This also gives you and your spouse more Couple Time, which is healthy for you AND your kids!

School Supplies

When your kids clean out their lockers, take a few minutes with them and take stock of what can be used next year. Can her backpack be used for another year? Gather up all the supplies she didn’t use and store those for August. You might be surprised by what you don’t have to buy again come August!

School Clothes

This one is particularly for those of us who live in a warm climate. Here in Georgia, we start school in August – one of the hottest months of the year. I know the sales are tempting – I’ve fallen for it, too. By the time it was cool enough outside for her to wear them, guess what? She’d already outgrown them. OY.  That’s no bargain.

Vaccinations

First, know which ones are required. Then, do yourself a favor. Get them now. Or in June. Or early July! But don’t wait until a few weeks before the school year. You’ll have to fight for an appointment. Everyone will have done the same thing and waited until the last minute. You’ll be stressed. Your kiddos will be stressed. Nothing can get you sicker quicker than a crammed and busy pediatrician’s office.

Study Station

For most kids, having a designated Study Station is crucial for them to be able to concentrate on homework and studying for tests. If they don’t already have one, this is a great summer project. IKEA and Target both offer easy to assemble student desks. Set up the desk in a quiet, reasonably out-of-the-way area. Make sure there is good lighting and enough room for them to spread out and study in comfort. Doing this over the summer break ensures that your kids are prepped for success from Day One of the new school year.

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A bonus tip on making back to school easier? Really take an objective look at your family’s schedule and routine. If you feel you’re running around with your hair on fire, it’s likely your kiddos feel the same way. That doesn’t exactly set them up for success, right? There is NO judgement here. But I do think we tend to forget that a crazy and disorganized home life affects them just as much as it affects us. Summer is a great time to clear out the crazy, the unnecessary, and the clutter. To quote a client, “We need to make room for US, instead of our stuff.’ Well said.

What else can you think of to make back to school easier – on us and on our kiddos?

Behind the Scenes on ‘HOARDERS’

Behind the scenes on ‘HOARDERS’

In 2012, I was lucky enough to be asked to work on two episodes of A&E’s Emmy-nominated show ‘HOARDERS’. I’m frequently asked about my experiences working on the show. Here are the questions I get asked most often. What it’s like behind the scenes on ‘HOARDERS’. (Disclaimer: I can only speak from MY experiences on the show. I only represent my viewpoint.)

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The organizing team for our Alabama HOARDERS episode. I’m second from left.

Question: Was it really as cluttered as we saw on TV?

Absolutely. Nothing was added to the home to make it appear worse, more cluttered, more dramatic, etc. What you see on screen is how it looked when we arrived.

Question: What were the clients like?

Both clients were, for the most part, warm, welcoming, and appreciative of our help. There was, understandably, some anxiety. Wouldn’t you feel anxious if 25 people, three trash trucks, and a full film crew showed up on your doorstep – invited or not?

Question: Was all the family drama real or created for better ratings?

This was actually one of the reasons I wanted to work on the show. I can only speak to my experiences on the two episodes I worked on. I can say that ALL of the family drama was real. Hoarding takes a heavy toll on all of the family members involved. There is almost always a traumatic event that triggers the disorder. Because of that, the client has to finally address the traumatic event. At no time did I ever feel the producers were trying to ‘stir up’ unnecessary drama for the cameras.

Question: What were the experts like?

I worked with both Dorothy Breininger and Cory Chalmers. To sum it up, I told both of them that I would work with them again for free. Both Dorothy and Cory are fabulous with the clients as well as the organizers and other crew. They both are very ‘real’ people and care deeply about their work with clients who hoard.

Question: How long did it really take to clear out the homes?

This is when it really gets real. For both episodes, you saw 15-20 minutes. In real life, that worked out to roughly 25 people, 10 hour shifts, for 3 days. That’s 750 working hours.

Question: Now that the show is back, would you work on it again?

Without a doubt! As organizers, we rarely get to work as part of a large team, so that was a blast. It was exhausting, physical work. It was also highly educational and rewarding to see the client make progress and to work with such a fantastic group of people.

And yes, HOARDERS is back! It airs tonight, 5/28 at 9p on Lifetime!

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Chattanooga Organizing Crew – Behind the Scenes on ‘HOARDERS’.

Resources For Families of Hoarders

Resources for families of hoarders

This month, we’ve talked a bit about hoarding disorder – myths vs. reality. If you think you have a loved one who hoards, you know it’s very hard to start a discussion with that person. There is still a huge stigma around mental illness. There’s still a lot we don’t know about hoarding. We do know that people who hoard carry a huge level of shame about their problem. Hoarding greatly affects the entire family. Here are some resources for families of hoarders.

Hoarders.com and HoardingCleanup.com – Both of these companies are owned by Cory Chalmers, one of the experts you’ve likely seen if you’ve ever watched ‘Hoarders’ on A&E or Lifetime. I worked with Cory on an episode of Hoarders a few years ago. He is a warm, relaxed, and compassionate professional. I couldn’t recommend his companies highly enough.

ClutterCleaner is owned by Matt Paxton, also of ‘Hoarders’ fame. Matt is ‘what you see is what you get’, which I love. Funny, smart, and he cares deeply about the people he helps. ClutterCleaner’s website is also chockful of information about hoarding, including teleclasses on hoarding and helping loved ones who hoard.

Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) is a wonderful organization founded by Judith Kolberg, an trailblazer in hoarding work and research (and an all-around lovely human being). The ICD offers thorough information on hoarding, resources for families of hoarders, and educational resources for professionals, too.

Children of Hoarders offers a great variety of resources for families of hoarders, with education, support groups (in person and online) and a directory of therapists and psychologists who are trained in anxiety disorders, OCD, and hoarding.

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Hoarding Disorder ~ Myth vs. Reality

Hoarding disorder – myth vs. reality

Today’s blogpost is all about hoarding disorder ~ myth vs. reality. According to a recent survey by Insure.com, 46% of adults say they know someone who hoards. 46%! While little is known about hoarding disorder, we certainly know more than we did. Many hoarding disorder experts say that, on average, there is at least one person struggling with hoarding disorder in every US neighborhood. The reality is that you probably do know someone who struggles with hoarding disorder.

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So, let’s play Myth vs Reality.

Myth: ‘Those hoarders’ are only found in low-income, blue collar neighborhoods. We could never have a neighbor here who hoards.

Reality: Hoarding disorder does not discriminate by income.  There are people living in government housing who struggle with hoarding disorder. There are people living in multi-million dollar homes with famous names who struggle with hoarding disorder.

Myth: Those people aren’t sick, they’re just too lazy to clean up after themselves.

Reality: Most clients who struggle with hoarding disorder would describe themselves as perfectionists. They are stuck between getting something done and getting something done perfectly. So, nothing ever gets done.

Myth: She’s so put together/smart/educated, etc, etc.! She couldn’t possibly be someone who hoards!

Reality: I know of teachers, retired nurses, psychologists, corporate executives, and prominent society ladies who have struggled with hoarding disorder. You cannot tell from personal appearance, career success, etc if someone struggles with this disorder.

If you’d like to learn more about hoarding disorder, the Institute for Challenging Disorganization is a fantastic source for learning more about hoarding disorder. Their Clutter Hoarding Scale is used by professional organizers and mental health experts alike to determine the severity of the person’s hoarding disorder. They also conduct teleclasses for the public to learn more.

 

 

30 Day Organizing Challenge ~ Total Recall

30 day organizing challenge

Whew! Another 30 Day Organizing Challenge is behind us! So, how did you do? Did you get all 30 done? Most? A few a week? Regardless of how many you managed to do, it was that many steps closer to a decluttered home – awesome!

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If you missed a few and want to catch up, here are all 30 areas. Also, if you ever want to do this on your own timeframe, you can find these on the blog page. Just click on ’30 Day Challenge’ in the tag cloud. Happy decluttering!

Day 1 ~ Table Linens & Napkin Rings

Day 2 ~ First Aid Supplies

Day 3 ~ Candles

Day 4 ~ Towels & Sheets

Day 5 ~ Cell Phone Apps

Day 6 ~ Office Supplies

Day 7 ~ Body Products & Skincare

Day 8 ~ Laundry Supplies

Day 9 ~ Gardening Stuff

Day 10 ~ Baking Tools & Accessories

Day 11 ~ Coupons & Gift Cards

Day 12 ~ Stationery & Notecards

Day 13 ~ Old Cords & Cables

Day 14 ~ Loyalty Cards

Day 15 ~ Swim & Beach Stuff

Day 16 ~ Glove Compartment

Day 17 ~ Manuals & Warranties

Day 18 ~ Old Paint

Day 19 ~ Vitamins & Supplements

Day 20 ~ Software

Day 21 ~ Scarves, Gloves, & Hats

Day 22 ~ Kitchen Appliances

Day 23 ~ ‘Collectibles’

Day 24 ~ Emotional Clutter

Day 25 ~ PC Screen Desktop

Day 26 ~ Craft Supplies

Day 27 ~ Grudges

Day 28 ~ Beach Towels

Day 29 ~ Car Trunk

Day 30 ~ Unrealistic Expectations