These are dark days, my friends. Goodwills and other non-profits across America are closed, leaving the cars, garages, sheds, basements, attics and closets of Professional Organizers and their clients in maddening condition. There is hope. We’re all buying necessities online right now and having them shipped to us. Empty that box of its 50 cans…

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I, Lauren Williams of Casual Uncluttering LLC, will have full virtual organizing (aka remote organizing) capability as of April 15, 2020. PLEASE, don’t be shy about asking for the opportunity to work with me via computer or telephone!

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My wonderful colleague Jean Prominski, Seattle Sparkle, has a Masters of Fine Art in Glass from Rhode Island School of Design, and used to be a professional glass blower for the world-famous Dale Chihuly. She’s also increasingly highly trained as a Professional Organizer, same driven data geek as me. And now she’s combined her passions…

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Professional Organizers can specialize in working with seniors, children, people with ADD, arranging photo collections. And wow, some of the highly-targeted books my colleagues have written are AWESOME. I’m not going to review most of these in-depth, ever, because I don’t feel competent to do so. But I bring them to your attention because they…

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And I was ready to give it my all for TWIF, The World is Fun, which pairs volunteers and service agencies. Kinda like online dating, with CLOUT – TWIF, in its 10 years, has generated $1.8M in hours to its partners. TWIF lists events which over 135 non-profits hold as fundraising or community opportunities, from…

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Megan Reimann, M.Ed., NBCT, Academic Support Specialist with the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center will be offering the latest insights into ADD/ADHD – CEU-eligible February 4, 2020 Featured Business Partner: Meeting Format 6:00-6:30pm Networking 6:30-6:40pm Welcome to the meeting & Introductions 6:40-6:50pm Business Partner Presentation 6:50-7:15pm Roundtable/ discussion of a pre-planned topic 7:15-8:15pm Guest Speaker 8:15-8:30pm…

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It was late enough, dark enough to be difficult to drive. It was in Edmonds, out of my way. But I went, finding a large church, old and unexpectedly intimidating in the murk. I knocked on the door and no one answered. I couldn’t find the Women’s-only AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) meeting. I went home saddened…

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Still life with lemons

HopeLink has a brilliant new facet of operations – Mobile Markets – food bank trucks coming into communities to provide service to “homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good.” Truck…

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