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Perri Kersh

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Perri Kersh is the neatest, and sometimes freakiest, at Neat Freak Professional Organizing, LLC in Chapel Hill. She works with individuals, families, small business owners and students to help them get and stay organized. When she’s not organizing for others, she frequently shovels up after her husband and children. You can read more about Neat Freak on the website above or reach Perri at 919-824-8196.

5 Ways to Overcome the Fear of Facing Your Clutter

“I feel frozen when facing my clutter” is a common phrase I hear from clients and friends alike. Or, “I get started, get overwhelmed...

How to Beat the Back-to-School Blues

There’s a feeling I get in the pit of my stomach every August. A mix of sadness that summer is coming to an end...

Fewer Choices Leads to More Freedom

I have a weird confession to make — I eat the exact same thing for breakfast. Every. Single. Day. I typically wake up at...

5 Ways to Stay Organized

Reaching an organizing goal is exciting. Whether it’s culling and scanning a lifetime of photos, or finally parking your car in the garage, or...

Too Much of a Good Thing

In some ways, we’re all collectors. Some of us collect fine things – silver, china, coins, or art. While others collect (ahem) strange things....

Five Steps for Overcoming Procrastination

‘Tis the season to gather our W-2s, fire up the calculator, sharpen our pencils and prepare our taxes. This late winter ritual comes back...

No More Cards

Twelve years ago, sitting down to write my Christmas cards was one of my favorite pre-holiday traditions. I would pull out my lap board...

Why You Might Want to Rethink Buying in Bulk

I’ve been on a pantry kick lately – tackling a number of client pantries around the area. Truly, this is one of my favorite...

Control Cord Clutter for Good

Do you have a box/drawer/cabinet/bin/closet that looks like the picture above? If you live in the United States and use any kind of technology,...

The Things We Treasure Most

Watching nonstop hurricane and wildfire coverage for the last several weeks, it’s hard not to ride a roller coaster of emotions – excruciating loss...