Perri Kersh

Perri Kersh is the neatest, and sometimes freakiest, at Neat Freak Professional Organizing, LLC in Chapel Hill. She works with individuals, families, small business owners and students to help them get and stay organized. When she’s not organizing for others, she frequently shovels up after her husband and children. You can read more about Neat Freak on the website above or reach Perri at 919-824-8196.

Organizing & Grief

Clutter in our homes can be stressful. Piles of mail and paperwork, unworn clothes, too many toys, electronics, cords, cables and miscellaneous household goods can get us down even in the best of times. Add to this an additional major life stressor, and the clutter can be paralyzing. This month, I’m stepping away from my …

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For the Love of Organizing

February is a short, cold and snuggly month. We celebrate Valentine’s on the 14th but really, shouldn’t we celebrate our love every day? And what better place to start that celebration than in the bedroom? Keeping that room organized and tidy is just one more way to encourage relaxation and romance…here’s how (cue Barry White …

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The ABCs of Organization

[dropcap type=”2″]Y[/dropcap]ou can’t pick up a magazine or newspaper in January without seeing some article about getting organized … doing it In 10 Simple Steps or In 30 Days or In Just 10 Minutes a Day! Organization, like any other goal, might be popular to strive for in a new year, but truthfully, it takes …

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Operation: Merriment

>> Create zones in your workspace. Think ahead to how you cook in your kitchen and try to group like with like. If baking is your forte, gather the tools you typically use to bake and store them together in one cabinet (mixing bowls, dry goods, spices, measuring cups, etc.). If you’re more of a …

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Finish the Job

The idea of “Just Do It” is more than a Nike slogan from the past. It’s also a trusted time management tool for getting ‘er done. Sometimes, tasks that take 5 minutes or less are better to knock out now so they don’t pile up. Numerous short to-do’s, when combined, can take all weekend to …

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