Archives: 2015 neat week

A true account of the life-changing magic of tidying up

A photo essay about how the Konmari method is more than an organizational strategy that encourages you to come face to face with your own things, but a philosophy that can truly cure what ails you.

Clean up your digital space

As Neat Week draws to a close, here’s Ross Catrow (publisher, despot) finally…FINALLY…getting the chance to tell us all how our 1s and 0s should be more organized.

Productivity for the hopelessly disorganized

KonMari is all well and good for your physical stuff, but what if you’re the kind of person who instantly forgot to put it on your to-do list. And where did that to-do list go, anyway?

We CAN do it: Making the most of small spaces

Abby Waller and her wife bought an adorable little Cape Cod, but it meant they had to get really good at optimizing their small space. She learned some sweet tricks that, luckily for us, she was willing to share.

You’ve got this: A guide to telling your story, presenting yourself, and working the room

Joan Bowling is a natural at two things: speaking and teaching others how to speak in even the most stressful situations. She was born to do an audio interview about this kind of thing. Get ready for a surge of confidence.

How to clean your home like a world-class boss

Cleaning is the most daunting thing to some people, whereas other people gaily chirp that they “clean to relieve stress.” Forget those weirdos, and take the intimidation factor out of cleaning. You can do it, and here’s how.