Monday, January 28, 2019

Just Imagine


How would you manage if you turned off your cell phone and shut off all of your electronic devices and let your mind wander? 

Would you feel comfortable with yourself? Would you view it as a waste of your time?

Researchers say that daydreaming is a great way to let our minds go free with the great results of becoming more creative and productive.

In this month’s Mindful magazine (February 2019), Brooklyn innovator, Manoush Zomorodi writes how to ‘Tap into Your Inner Brilliance”. She talks about how to use boredom to unleash your creativity.

Thinking outside of the box can help us achieve goals that were otherwise challenging.

Being creative is often associated with a heightened sense of self-esteem and a ‘feel-good’ feeling.

Give yourself the gift of day-dreaming and enjoy the outcome.

Debbie Ginsberg – Uncluttered Domain Inc.  855-2B-ORGANIZED (855-226-7426) |

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Mindfulness - Time Management - Organizing

Using Mindfulness to Help Organize Your Life and Home

A simple day is filled with multiple tasks that need to be completed.  Often this overwhelms us, especially if we look at the whole day as opposed to breaking the day down into small manageable chunks of time.  By practicing mindfulness daily, and sometimes several times a day, we create a sense of calm within us.  By learning to control the speed of our brain, we become the ‘master of our ship’ and retain better control. When creating a daily schedule, one that is not so overwhelming, we can achieve our daily goals in a more relaxed manner.  Remember to include 10-15 minutes of your day devoted to organizing one small area of your home. Be prepared to organize your space by carrying a bag to use when removing items found in the wrong spot of your home to bring it to its’ rightful place.  When we create a daily routine we sharpen our memory and increase our focus. Enjoy the new you, the calm you and achieve more!

Keep calm and get organized

Debbie Ginsberg – Uncluttered Domain Inc.  855-2B-ORGANIZED (855-226-7426) |

Learn to Pause

Pause to Be Calm
By: Debbie Ginsberg

For many people, a day is set by time. Your morning train leaves at 6:30am…so you rush through your morning routine. You have to pick up the kids from school…so you rush your day to be on time for pickup. Your big meeting is in 30 minutes…and you’re not ready. Our anxiety levels can be increased by the pressures of time.

It is too easy to get caught up in the rush and we often feel fatigued or overwhelmed by the anxiety associated with schedules. 

As Simon and Garfunkel sang, “Slow down you move to fast”… 

A good way to reduce the pressure and slowdown is by pausing.  A simple pause with one deep breath (8 slow breaths through the nose and exhale slowly through the mouth) can help calm you down. 

Practicing pausing (slow breathing) on a daily basis prepares your body to relax on command.
Enjoy the Calm!

Debbie Ginsberg – Uncluttered Domain Inc.  855-2B-ORGANIZED (855-226-7426) |

Time Management

Prioritizing Time For You

The illustration above shows how little time you devote to yourself. As the foundation in the balance of life, you maintain the smallest part of the pyramid. What can you do  to achieve more balance in your life?

Before going to bed each night, create a To Do list. Include time for yourself, once or twice during the day.  Whether it’s exercising, reading, meditating or sitting in a comfortable chair for ten minutes, let it be ‘your’ time.

When you allow yourself to refresh, you will increase your energy and meet life’s challenges with a better attitude.

Debbie Ginsberg – Uncluttered Domain Inc.  855-2B-ORGANIZED (855-226-7426)

Virtual Organizing

Video Calls Can Virtually Help You

Out of the box thinking has led to organizing help through video calling.  By viewing the different areas in your room, an experienced Organizer will provide you with fresh ideas on how to make better use of your space. A written step-by-step customized guideline can be mailed to you. A list of places to buy organizing tools can be included for your use. 

Teaching organizing over the video call or phone, will introduce you to mindfulness, time management and unique organizing tips to help better organize your life and home. 

If you feel out of control and feel you can’t meet your daily schedule, virtual organizing is an approachable, user-friendly means to help you reach your goals.  

This process is good for all, but if you should have ADD, ADHD or Executive Dysfunction, you will greatly benefit from Virtual Organizing.

Debbie Ginsberg – Uncluttered Domain Inc.  855-2B-ORGANIZED (855-226-7426) |