1. Why You Should Catalog Your Personal Property

    Have you ever thought about all the personal belongings that are contained in the average household? From furniture to clothing, keepsakes, and more, there are likely hundreds or thousands of personal belongings in the average American household. Add the belongings of children or aging parents that live in the home and the amount of personal property in any given house can skyrocket. Here at Major…Read More

  2. Less Paper, Not Paperless

    Organizing your papers can be a frustrating, time-consuming job. Liberators with Major Organizers offer tips for getting your papers organized in time for tax season and beyond.* *Note: The information in this article is for general use. We are not certified tax advisers. Contact your accountant or lawyer with questions about your specific situation. Organizing For Tax Season: Go on a paper hunt. …Read More

  3. Meet Your Liberator: Jessica Custodio

    Jessica joined Major Organizers in the summer of 2013. As a wife and mother of two young children, Jessica has first-hand experience with the challenges of organizing a family, and loves sharing her organizing passion with her clients. What attracted you to organizing? My passion has always been organizing. When I had my first child, I saw how being organized could make my life and my child's life…Read More

  4. Tips for Hiring a Professional Organizer

    You’ve made the decision to take the next step in home organization by hiring a professional organizing service. Now what? At Major Organizers, we understand that taking the first step can seem a little intimidating. However, finding the right professional organizer doesn’t have to be a long or difficult process at all. Check out some of the tips we recommend when searching for an professional…Read More

  5. Five Tips for Organizing Your Pantry

    The kitchen can be one of the most intimidating rooms in your home to organize. There are so many things unique to kitchen storage: utensils, dishes, bakeware, pots, pans, glassware, and food — the list is endless! Major Organizers understands that it can be especially challenging to organize your pantry or dry food storage cupboard. No matter how difficult, this is really something that should …Read More

  6. Organizing With Kids: From Babies to Teens

      Let’s face it: life is hectic. Add children to the mix and sometimes it can seem impossible to keep your home orderly and organized. Recently we provided some tips and pointers on how to declutter in the New Year. Here we will expand on some of those suggestions. If you’re looking for ways to streamline and organize with kids, you’ve come to the right place. Organizing With Babies For…Read More

  7. New Year, New Home?

    The holidays are over and here we are in a new year with a fresh start. For some, purchasing a new home may be on the radar for the new year. Whether to accommodate a growing family or downsizing after the kids go to college, there are a few things to keep in mind if you are considering a big move. Pre-Move It might sound overwhelming, but the best way to ensure your move goes smoothly is to have …Read More

  8. Making Room for the New in 2017

    Happy New Year from Major Organizers! Now is the perfect time to declutter and let go of those things holding you back. Liberators with Major Organizers share 5 things you can do now to help you let go of the old and make room for the new. 1.   Have each child sort their room. Once your children sort their items and see how much they have, they are more likely to give unused items to the needy.…Read More

  9. Meet Your Liberator: Cathy Thompson

    Cathy Thompson is a 5-year employee of Major Organizers, and one of the company’s four Certified Professional Organizers®. Cathy serves clients in the Colorado Springs, CO area.  She is also the author of the third book in the Major Organizers’ “Jumpstart” series, “Laundry Organizing Tips: Your Jumpstart to Getting on Track.”  How did you become a professional organizer? After earni…Read More

  10. The Three “R”s of Bedroom Organization: Relaxation, Rejuvenation and Romance

    Your bedroom should be a place of sanctuary and connection. However, too often it becomes a repository for tasks (laundry, bill paying) or misplaced items (toys, more laundry). These things are important tasks for keeping the house running, but they are preventing your bedroom from functioning as it is meant to be - a place of relaxation, recharging your spirit and mind, and connection with your l…Read More