Organizing for the Holidays


Kathy Jenkins, Certified Professional Organizer® and Certified Family Manager® Coach

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Clear Out The Clutter, Bring On The Holidays!

Come To Order, Organize for the Holidays, Richmond VA Professional OrganizerThe happiest time of the year is here and everyone is counting down the days to decorate for the holidays. Who doesn’t love adding a little cheer with a decorated tree, Christmas lights and a little mistletoe? However, before you start setting everything up, clear the unused stuff out. Now is the perfect time!

Take a look around your house and clear the clutter that has been lingering. Start with your coffee table and get rid of old magazines and newspapers. Clear bathroom and kitchen counters by keeping out only what you use on a daily basis. For example, if you don’t drink coffee every day, then create a space in a cupboard or pantry and reclaim space on your counter.  

Go through all the closets and remove items from the floor. Take a look at old jackets you haven’t worn in awhile, games your kids have ignored for years, and consider donating them. Your trash just may be someone else’s treasure...especially this time of year!

Once you’ve done this quick clean up of clutter throughout your house, you’ll have more room to show off your Christmas Village or those cute, handmade holiday decorations your kids so lovingly made. Less clutter in your life creates less clutter in your mind allowing you to enjoy the happiest time of the year all the more!

© Kathy Jenkins, Come To Order

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Kathy Jenkins, President of Come To Order, is a Residential Professional Organizer, Student Organizer, Certified Family Manager Coach, Writer and Speaker based in Richmond, Virginia. She is a member of NAPO and ICD and is dedicated to helping her clients simplify their lives by reducing clutter, organizing their homes and offices, and managing their time. Kathy especially enjoys working with kids and their families to help them learn good organizational skills that will benefit them for a lifetime.

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