Monday Night on Winnipesaukee Mini-project

We’re on holiday with the family at “The Point House,” and after a couple days of relaxation I got myself into this mini-project.  

Game Closet

After sharing the house with multiple families and renters alike, the games were in disarray with stray pieces everywhere.  (until I gathered them into this tidy pile 🙂 ).  


1.  Sort one game at a time.  

2.  Remove pieces that don’t belong, add pieces that do.

3.  Amass a pile of stray game parts and pieces.  We had this handy zipper bag on hand from a recent sheet-set purchase.  Works great to store the missing game pieces in sight and easily sorted through when needed.

4.  Rearrange the games into loose categories and aesthetically pleasing piles on the shelves. This statement alone is cracking some people up – including my husband – but I’m totally serious! Don’t they look great?! 🙂

Great Storage solution for Stray Game and Puzzle Pieces

#omalovespuzzles, #gameclosetorganized, #vacationhomeorganizing, #organizeme2015

This year, we’re launching a new program, called Organize Me 2015.  (#organizeme2015)

We’ll be:
Sharing before and after pics of even the tiniest projects at home as well as some select client projects. 

Providing lots of great tips and tricks to the most effective and efficient organizing practices.

Offering guidance via a new, private Facebook group with accountability, productivity and support for you on your way to your very own completed, organized space.  

If anyone you know is resolving to “Get Organized” in the New Year, this is the group for you/them!  Visit us here:  

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