Beth Dargis

  • Before When my Mom passed away, I inherited her card collection. She was considered a card lady – never missed a birthday, congratulations, condolence or get well soon. I have been sending more cards since her death as a reminder of her

  • One of my frustrations each morning was cleaning my yogurt container after making my morning smoothie. I make my own yogurt, so I have glass jars I can’t throw out. The container always has yogurt/milk in the rings where the top screws on.

  • I have been reading Walter Isaacson’s Leonardo Da Vinci. I am fascinated by Leonardo’s ideas and his notebooks where he posed questions, made observations, sketched inventions and drew. He didn’t have a high level of education

  • I recently asked for questions I could help you with and received this one that I think is very common: How do YOU handle (or how do you recommend other people handle) the guilt from other people when decluttering? You know the ugly

  • There are days like the past couple days where I feel like a failure. Not everything gets done. I was in a bad mood. I called a client an hour early. We had peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for dinner. Then there is the added pressure of a new

  • It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and that we are already behind when we start a new year. We place more expectations on ourselves to buckle down and get it all done. Here are some tips to make it easier: Ask yourself if you are doing