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Case Study: Moving, but no time to pack properly

O, THE OPRAH MAGAZINE O, The Oprah Magazine – January 2001 Case Study: Moving, but no time to pack properly Don’t mess with professional organizer Linda Rothschild. She’s passionate about rescuing her clients from chaos. Here’s chaos: A half dozen men lugging boxes and furniture, with a daughter, a son, three nephews, and three dogs… Read more…

Case Study: Kitchen chaos and no counter space for chopping

Woman’s Day Woman’s Day – June, 1995 Case Study: Kitchen Chaos and No Counter Space for Chopping THE COMPLAINT Martha Clark Ackermann has always had a roomy, well-equipped kitchen with plenty of cabinet, drawer, and counter space. Nevertheless, she often found herself chopping veggies on a board at the kitchen table, wasting time searching for… Read more…

Organizing Tools: What you need to get organized

REAL SIMPLE Organizing Tools: What you need to get organized “Constantly edit your closet, office, recipes. If things stop moving, they become clutter.” Linda Rothschild, Professional Organizer, New York City My favorite words are “I’ve been looking for that.” It makes me smile when my clients say that. I like to give people something they… Read more…

Q&A with a clutter-buster

HEALTH Q&A with a clutter-buster   Linda Rothschild, who has counseled the likes of Naomi Campbell and Saudi Arabian princesses, offers these tips to get organized. health: Are there any health risks associated with being disorganized?clutter Linda Rothschild: Stress is the major one. You may get anxious over the fact that you can’t invite people… Read more…

Organize This

HOME Home – February 2005 Organize This Closet Case Reconfiguring a niche for towels and toiletries The bathroom closet is a haven for disarray. In a fast-paced household, it can quickly become the dumping ground for towels and toiletries. We asked Linda Rothschild, a professional organizer based in New York City, to share her tried-and true… Read more…

Your Problem: Can’t Find Your Favorite Outfit

INSTYLE InStyle – March, 2002 Your Problem: Can’t Find Your Favorite Outfit Quick — where are those navy pumps? Last summer’s linen suit? That roomy beach tote? If all your clothes are crammed and crumpled inside a disorganized closet, you ask questions like these all the time–which means you probably aren’t getting the most out… Read more…

Your Problem: Sanity Clause

LINENS N THINGS Linens N Things – November/December, 1995 Your Problem: Sanity Clause Getting organized for the Holidays It’s possible to be organized, generous, and sane this holiday season. Here’s how. This may be the season of peace and goodwill, but you don’t feel very cool, calm and joyous at the moment. The house is… Read more…

Your Problem: Too Much Mail Piled All Over the House

REAL SIMPLE Real Simple – March, 2002 Your Problem: Too Much Mail Piled All Over the House Kari Bloom, 38, works long hours as a brand manager at a Boston Internet company, and although she’d like to come home to order at the end of the day, she hasn’t been able to tame the piles… Read more…

Your Problem: CDs piled everywhere

REAL SIMPLE Real Simple – March, 2002 Your Problem: CDs piled everywhere Guy McCarter’s wife, Joanne, describes her 44-year-old husband variously as a music aficionado, collector, and fanatic. She brought 10 CD’s to the marriage; he brought a meticulously alphabetized collection of 800. Ten years and two children later, alphabetizing is a thing of the… Read more…

Your Problem: Shoes spilling out of your bedroom closet

REAL SIMPLE Real Simple – March, 2002 Your Problem: Shoes spilling out of your bedroom closet Linda Johnston, a 60-year-old with grown children who lives with her husband in Portland, Oregon, loves collecting beautiful things and loathes parting with anything. She describes her aesthetic as “cluttered” – and wouldn’t have it any other way. One… Read more…

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