Monthly Archives : October 2008


Rubbermaid Interviews Certified Professional Organizers® – Including Me!

By Scott Roewer | October 20th, 2008 | Comments »

Rubbermaid’s Manager of eMarketing and Brand Communications, Jim Dietzel is on Twitter, a social micro-blogging website.  I’m one of 18 professional organizers on Twitter they’re ‘following’.  On Twitter, Jim’s user name is @Rubbermaid and you can find me on Twitter as @TheOrgAgency.  Jim asked if I was willing to be interviewed in a “Question and […]


Fairfax County’s Recycling Roadshow: October 25

By Scott Roewer | October 17th, 2008 | Comments »

Don’t miss the 7th Annual Recycling Roadshow!  It’s hosted by Fairfax County Solid Waste Management Program, the Students Against Global Abuse from Herndon High School, and the Town of Herndon this October 25. This recycling event is in honor of America Recycles Day. The goal of America Recycles Day is to build consumer demand for […]


Oprah Visits Washington, DC To Help Declutter Your Home With The Help of Peter Walsh

By Scott Roewer | October 13th, 2008 | Comments »

Oprah has once again teamed up with clutter expert Peter Walsh, to help America “clean up your messy house.” This time, they’ve partnered with my church favorite store, The Container Store and they’re coming to the nation’s Capitol! They are looking for the messiest LIVING and FAMILY ROOMS and BEDROOMS in Washington, D.C. The Oprah […]


Organizing Experts Recommend Products to Stay Organized

By Scott Roewer | October 5th, 2008 | Comments »

Blogger Debbie Jordan Kravitz of Virtually Organized is a self described “recovering perfectionist” who writes about simplifying and organizing your life.  We’re virtual colleagues since she lives in York, PA. Recently, she surveyed her colleagues on Facebook and Twitter asking what products they love to use when organizing with clients and she also asked what […]


Julie Morgenstern Speaks At National Book Festival & Joins Me For Dinner

By Scott Roewer | October 2nd, 2008 | Comments »

Famed author Julie Morgenstern was recently in Washington, DC to speak at the National Book Festival.  The National Book Festival is organized and sponsored by the Library of Congress and hosted by First Lady Laura Bush.  Morgenstern was one of over 70 authors, poets, and illustrators presenting at the National Mall on Saturday, September 27, […]


Blood and Shattered Glass at Todd English’s Olives Restaurant

By Scott Roewer | October 2nd, 2008 | Comments »

After Julie’s speech and festival appearance, we dined at Todd English’s restaurant Olives at 1600 K ST NW in downtown DC. They have a great menu and I was looking forward to dining there for the first time. I ordered the Potato Gnocchi, Lauren and Judy both had the Butternut Squash Tortelli, Ellen had the […]