If you want to dive right in to the most popular posts, here they are!
Un-put-down-able. Those page-turners I read in 24 hours because they were just that good.
Books worth binge reading. We’re all familiar with the Netflix binge, but what if you binged on books instead? A list of great titles worth binge-reading.
The life-changing magic of tidying up. Forget everything you thought you knew about decluttering. These 7 tips will get your house in order once and for all.
3 time management rules I wish I’d learned 10 years ago. How you spend your minutes is how you spend your life. Learn these 3 time management rules today—before any more minutes slip through your fingers.
My best Stitch Fix tips. 13 things I’ve learned in 30 months of Stitch Fix. What to buy, what to watch out for, and how to tweak the service depending on your goals.
My accidental capsule wardrobe. Style bloggers are all over capsule wardrobes these days, writing about their personal experiments in implementing a capsule wardrobe. I’m finding that the real magic of my capsule wardrobe isn’t from the “capsule” part.
The ten item wardrobe. Some people might think this topic is superficial, but we all have to get dressed. If you put some thought and organization into this daily task, you can completely change your life.
The perfect summer reading for every Myers-Briggs personality type. In which I combine two of my favorite things: book recommendations and personality geekery.
5 reasons it’s helpful to know your personality type. Because I’m a total Myers-Briggs geek. (With a link to a free test.)
The life-changing magic of tidying up, for kids. 13 tips for putting the KonMari method to work for you and your family.
Let’s talk about highly sensitive people. Could you (or one of your kids) be a highly sensitive person? All about what that really means and how it can help us understand ourselves and others.
Grown-ups shouldn’t finish books they’re not enjoying. I explore a fault line in humanity: the finishers vs. the abandoners, and a lively discussion ensues.
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