Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Uncluttered Domain in the Media

From the printed press to the worldwide web, Uncluttered Domain Inc. has been making its way around the media. With a cover story and a blog, Uncluttered Domain Inc. has been sharing some of our insightful information and useful tips for a great New Year. 

Debbie Ginsberg President and Co-Founder of Uncluttered Domain Inc. shared some helpful organizing tips in this week’s cover story for the weekly local paper The Jewish Home. Readers read up on how to organize some of the most cluttered rooms in our homes, such as the kitchen, the toy room, and the home office. 

In case you missed it, check out some of our tips from this week’s cover story:

  • Everyday Pantry vs. Backup Pantry. Having two pantries is the key to an organized kitchen. Find a place in your kitchen that works for a smaller pantry where you can store your everyday items, such as bread for school lunches or granola bars. Things like boxes of brownie mix, jars of pickles, or even your mixer can go in a deeper, bigger pantry. 
  • Sort by age. To make sure each kid has the age appropriate toys accessible to them, try to organize the toy shelf or storage unit by age. You can also sort by gender. The Lego sets don’t need to be accessible to your three year old and the dollies don’t need to be accessible to your boys. When the toys are organized in a way that caters to each child’s specific interests, each child feels special and therefore responsible for their own toys.

  • Magazine boxes are a creative and fun option for storing the folders you need immediately. Pick out decorative magazine boxes that work with the d├ęcor of your home office. These holders work well with any 1/3 cut folders and can be found at almost any store that sells organizing tools. 

By following Debbie’s helpful organizing tips, we hope that readers will get a fresh, clean, and hopefully stress-free start to 2014! 

Also, featured this week 

was an editorial piece on the radio talk show “Money for Lunch” blog. Titled How to Help Your Parents Age Gracefully, this article discussed some of the challenges children of seniors’ face as seniors begin to age. Highlighted in this blog was Uncluttered Domain’s unique Senior Concierge Services; a service that was created to address many of the growing needs of seniors and their care takers. 

To view article Money For Lunch Article click here

We’d love to hear from you! 

Please share the blog with your friends or family members and make sure to pick up this week’s edition of The Jewish Home. Feel free to email Debbie at Debbie@UnclutteredDomain.com, with any questions or comments you may have on most recently published articles!

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Atria Kew Gardens on January 16th at 6 pm

On January 16th at the Atria Kew Gardens, Debbie Ginsberg will be giving a presentation on “How to Organize your Parents’ Move”. The presentation will begin at 6pm and will cover topics such as : how to approach the topic of moving with your senior parents and how to prepare for moving day. 

Debbie will be available to answer any of your personal questions after the presentation.

We look forward to seeing you there!