Recent Posts by Erin Barbee

January is Get Organized (GO) Month!

There's something about a new year that brings a sense of renewal.  It's the ultimate start date in life.  The best time for a fresh start, a clean slate.  January is a month of motivation, filled with good intentions and commitment.  It also happens to be Get Organized (GO) Month, the National Association of Productivity and…
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Guess What’s Coming…Are You Ready?!

Knock, Knock…fall is here & holiday season is sneaking up on us! Get ready for the holidays with 3 simple tips: 1. On the 15th of each month, do a task on that day to help get you ready for the holidays. For example, on Oct. 15th, update your address book so you aren't scrambling…
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The Power of Stuff

Very recently a long time dear friend of mine & her entire family were affected by the heavy rain and flooding in South Louisiana.  At one point she had almost 2 feet of water in her house & it was still raining.  Along with both of her boys & her new husband, they had to…
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Experts Offer Tips For Downsizing Your Home

I would like to share a link to a news story that recently aired on WECT TV in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Plan B Organizing was invited to be a part of the open house event that showcased how to effectively downsize when moving.  A big thank you to Plantation Village for welcoming my services! http://www.wect.com/story/30367023/experts-offer-tips-for-downsizing-your-home
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Back To Basics…Life Interrupted

A life change such as a move opens the door to self-evaluation.  How much stuff do I have?  How much stuff do I want?  How much stuff do I REALLY need?  Do I really want to pay to put THAT thing on the truck?? This blog interruption is the result of this very event.  A…
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Attics/Basements/Storage Areas

If your home is like many in this country, attics & basements are typical deep storage areas.  They can easily become dreaded spaces where items get tossed, then forgotten about.  To help get the most efficient use out of these usually overlooked zones, we will need to clean them out and get them organized.  If…
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