1. Spring Clearing vs. Spring Cleaning

    Major Organizers has a set of Seven Core Values: Family, Community, Results, Order, Spirituality, Integrity, Service. This month we are focusing on what order means to us and what it can mean for you and your family. Orderly homes require a continuous clearing process just like cleaning is a continuous process. However, cleaning does not require tough decisions about what to let go of like clearin…Read More

  2. The Major Mom Method of Organizing

    The Major Mom Method of organizing is a three-phased approach to organizing your stuff, your papers, your data, and your time. Each client is treated as an individual with unique needs, values, and goals. Our solutions are customized, achievable, and sustainable; that means you will be able to maintain your organized space long after we've left your home! Each of our Liberators attended the Major …Read More

  3. Twelve Ways to Simplify in 2020

    Many households have organized people living in them, but they do not have time to organize. The British Telegraph reported that the average 10-year old owns 238 toys, but plays with less than 12 daily. Disorganization can cause so much stress and discord in a family when the house feels chaotic and cluttered. Newsweek reported years ago that the average American spends 55 minutes a day looking fo…Read More

  4. March Toward Simplicity

    We hope you had a Happy International Women's Day! It is so nice that our world truly treasures women. Major Organizers is woman-owned and all our employees are women. Life is more simple when our true treasures are people. However, it is normal and acceptable that some treasures are also experiences, memories, and material things. When we work with our clients, we help them determine what a treas…Read More

  5. Before & After: A Growing Family Gets Its Dining Room Back

    Before When a new baby arrived, this family reconfigured the home to make room for the new bundle of joy. The office became a nursery, and the dining room became the office—which in turn became the dumping ground for baby gear, piles of mail and just about every other odd or end that no longer had a designated place in the house. The dining room was no longer functional, so the family resorted t…Read More

  6. Summer: A Great Time to Get Organized

    Summer is here! For many of us, this is a time to sit back, relax and enjoy a break with our kids. Although it’s tempting to laze away the warm days, summer also offers a perfect opportunity to tackle clutter and get prepared for the school year ahead. Taking time over the summer to create systems for organizing paper, homework, communication and schedules can help you end one school year—and …Read More