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Welcome 2013 from Organized East of the River

January 14, 2013

Happy New Year from Organized East of the River!


Welcome 2013

The start to the new year is always refreshing- a time to set goals and set priorities for the months to come.

With the real estate market starting to look up, many people are also planning transitions. From downsizing to re-locating, Organized East of the River is here to help. Read further to learn about some of our services you may not be familiar with!

Did you know that January is “Get Organized Month”? To celebrate, we’ve included a great tidbit about tackling toy storage.


Organized East of the River is Here to Help with Your Transitions in 2013

Organized East of the River specializes in making transitions easier. What does this mean?
If you or a loved one has an upcoming move, is trying to sell a home, or transition from chaos to simplicity in your current home, we can help. View some of our services:

Estate Transitions/Downsizing

If a loved one has passed, or is perhaps moving into an assisted community, Organized East of the River can orchestrate the entire process. From de-cluttering, selling unwanted items, packing, moving and more, we can alleviate the stress from your family so you can focus on more important things. This service is also key for family members with busy work schedules who cannot take time away to do this themselves.

Staging Your Home for Sale & Preparing for a Move

Preparing for a move can be stressful. Hire Organized East of the River to make the process smooth. We offer staging and de-cluttering to help your home sell for top dollar, and can also assist with selling items you can’t take with you.

Room Re-Design, Professional Organizing

Have you lived in chaos for too long, and need some help making your home feel like home again? Let us help you re-organize, de-clutter and reclaim your space.

Read more about our services on our website.


Organizing Tip from Donna

Is your home overflowing with toys from the holidays? Tackling toy storage can be difficult, but when done right it can be the perfect opportunity to give your kids an easy responsibility.

The key to successful toy storage and getting your kids to pitch in is age-appropriate solutions. For example:

-Use large bins or baskets for toddlers and teach them to simply put the toys in the baskets at the end of the day. A cheap solution is a pop up laundry hamper!

-As kids get older, develop more “categories” of bins, ie stuffed animals, dolls/action figures, arts and crafts etc.

-Get your kids in the habit of picking everything up after playtime, or as a start to their bedtime routine.


How Can We Help You This Year?

From closet organizing to organizing a large move, we’ve had some great success stories over the years. We’d love for you to check out theSuccess Stories page on our website and let us know if we can help you, your family or friends.

Thank You For Reading!

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