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Home Sweet Home (Office)

By Scott Roewer | September 22nd, 2009 | Comments »

One of my favorite modern furniture stores in DC, Vastu has a great design blog.  Recently they had a great post on home office design.  I wanted to share with you their words of wisdom. Home Sweet Home (Office) Designing your home office can be challenging.  It needs to complement the design aesthetic of the rest […]


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 […]


Stop Junk Mail, I Dare You!

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

Junk mail is a huge waste of time. Don’t you agree? Unwanted mail is often what I see cluttering clients’ counter tops, entryway tables, home offices, and the never ending ‘in box.’ I dare you to follow these steps. I dare you to take a step forward by stopping unwanted mail. Do you accept this […]


Opting Out Saves You From Unwanted Credit Offers

By Scott Roewer | July 15th, 2008 | Comments »

The volume of credit offers I see cluttering the homes of my clients is unreal! All the paper, postage, gasoline to move those letters, and time to deliver them is such a waste. Needless to say, they usually just go into the trash and fill our landfills. Take a stand and opt out of these […]


Could You Live Like These Three Women?

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

I was recently flipping through Domino magazine’s February Issue, “The Organized Home!” which contained three advertisements that really caught my eye. The first ad was by Citi Cards featuring their ‘Whatever your story is’ ad campaign. Grace lives in a small apartment in the big city and doesn’t cook, so she used her Citi Card […]