I really like Matt Baier’s Organizing philosophy:


“Organizing should be about three things:

1. Taking the less important stuff out of the way, so that we can focus on the most important stuff.
2. Finding what we want, when we want it.
3. Living in the present and enjoying the moment.”

I particularly like what he says about photographs:


“When my team is organizing a home, the process often grinds to a halt when the photos are unearthed. The client is having a great time walking down memory lane when her old photos have been uncovered, but that seems to be the only time. Traditional albums are a good alternative, because they are more shareable, but they often get buried too, in closets and cabinets. ::: ::: Why hide them away? Check out pictureperfections.com to learn more about shareable moments.”


For this complete blog and other great information from Matt Baier Organizing, please check out:

Good Organizing Means Good Sharing at mattbaier.com


Arline Melzer is a film producer with a passion to help small businesses with their online video presence, and to help generations preserve and celebrate the times of their lives.