Thursday 04.27.17

A NEAT Girl’s Guide to Minimalism

Minimalism is often misunderstood, but at its core it is the intentional act of simplifying one’s life. Or in other word's it is music to a NEAT girl's ears! 

What is even better is that it has become super trendy to minimize. With documentary's like Nexflix's Minimalism we are feeling extra inspired these days to declutter our own homes. Our Orlando NEAT girl, Meg, has been particularly motivated and was nice enough to share some images and tips with us of what minimalism looks like in Florida these days.

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TIP #1 :: MINIMIZE your possessions.
Take an honest look at your possessions and part with items you don’t need:

- Clothing you never wear
- Duplicate kitchen items you don’t need
- Travel sized toiletries you never use

Then donate them for a tax break, giveaway to friends, or sell these items on eBay, Letgo or other resale apps for some extra cash.

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TIP #2 :: MAXIMIZE your purchases.
Each time you purchase a new item you should ask yourself: 

- Do I need it?
- Do I love it?
- Do I have anything like it?

TIP #3 :: MINIMIZE your activities.
Minimize the non-essential activities that you don’t enjoy:

- If you dread grocery shopping, perhaps try a service like Blue Apron or Hello Fresh so you only have the food items you need on hand.
- Ask yourself if all of the activities you participate in are still serving you well. If not, it might be time to cleanse the 'ole schedule a bit as well. 

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TIP #4 :: MAXIMIZE your opportunities.
Consider adding an activity, or two, that truly makes you happy:

- Taking a regular workout class
- Going for daily walks
- Joining a gym
- Spending more time with your loved ones

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Who's excited to re-evaluate some things in your life? Thanks Meg for sharing how Orlando is taking minimalism to a whole new level!! 

xx
the NEAT girls

Wednesday 04.19.17

Marissa's Baby Registry Must Haves

Our next NEAT girl to join the crew is expected to arrive in May! This one won't be running one of our cities (just yet ;)) but she will be Owner, Marissa Hagmeyer's, office assistant and first baby.

As Marissa anxiously awaits her arrival we have asked her to let us in on what she is doing to prepare and what the latest registry must haves are for this NEAT baby girl.

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Hi Everyone! I couldn't be more excited to be expecting a baby girl in just a few weeks. The last 9 months have honestly not been too bad in the grand scheme of things - I guess I've had it easy when it comes to pregnancy. Registering on the other hand was a bit more of a challenge for me. First of all I struggle with the whole idea of asking your friends and family for gifts and secondly I wanted to try and avoid having our house be overtaken by baby equipment. 

Overwhelmed by the whole process, I decided to just start by doing a ton of research. I sought a lot of advice from the other NEAT girls, my family and friends, and also read through nearly every page of Lucie's List and Babylist. With my findings in mind I came up with the following must haves ...

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1. It goes without saying that you need a baby carrier but there are so many options out there. The Nuna Pipa felt right for us because it is super lightweight, has a built in sun canopy (FL baby must-have) and can be used without a base when we are traveling.

2. The I Am Tidy book, because who doesn't want to teach their kids about being NEAT from a young age. LOL!

3. A pretty pair of gold Freshly Picked moccasins. Okay these maybe weren't a must have but they sure are cute, right? 

4. The Ergobaby 360 Carrier so that this little lady is able to hit the town with us. 

5. I can't wait to do my first load of baby girl's laundry with The Laundress Baby Detergent. Hopefully it makes the 100th load a little more exciting as well ;).

6. NEAT's favorite velvet slimline hangers in baby size so that I can maximize space in the closet.

7. A montly bow subscription to Little Poppy Co. Okay these too are another just fun to have. 

8. The BabyBjorn Travel Crib because we live far from family so being able to sleep comfortably on the go is going to be important for us.

9. A Sophie the Giraffe Teether seems to make it onto every Mom's registry these days. She apprently is an all in one development toy awakeing each of baby's 5 sense! 

10. It also goes without saying that you will need a stroller. However, there are about 10,000 out there so this was a tough decision. We ultimately picked the UppaBaby Vista because it is lightweight, the bassinet can also be used for an infant sleeper, it can be converted to a double down the road, and becuase it was super easy to maneuver and fold up. 

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With all that being said, I would love to hear from you if there are items I am missing. Leave a note in the comments below if you have any advice for me!

xx
Marissa

Image 1 & 3 :: Photo Credit (Heather Holt Photography)

Wednesday 04.12.17

San Francisco's Favorite Multi-Use Products

As you know, one of our favorite aspects of organizing is implementing new product. The right product elevates the look and functionality of a space. The only thing better than finding the perfect product is finding the perfect product that’s flexible enough to be used in multiple spaces. 

Because our San Francisco organizers purchase the most product each year, we have asked them for the top 3 products that you can use again and again, and here is what they had to say ... 

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Clear Stackable Drawer

The unsung hero of The Container Store is their stackable shoe drawer. They are perfect for overflow bathroom toiletries, office supplies, kids’ art supplies -- the sky’s the limit. You can fully remove the drawers and take it to another room. If something leaks or spills, they just need a quick wipe.

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Letter Collator

Another recent favorite of the San Francisco team is this letter collator. We have been known to take it beyond it's intended office use and instead let it shine in a closet. It is sturdy enough to hold lots of clutches upright and make sure they get the front and center attention that they deserve! 

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Divided Lazy Susan

The divided lazy susan is a gem that is typically stocked in the kitchen section, but we’ve used it in just about every room. The roomy sections are what make it so versatile. It makes an excellent turntable for small hands reaching for art supplies and also shines when organized with medication, first aid or pantry items.

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We think you will agree that there is no lack of creativity in the minds of our San Francisco organizers! 

xx
the NEAT girls

Wednesday 04.05.17

Spring Cleaners We Love!

A freshly cleaned home brings us just about as big of a smile to our face as a newly NEAT home. Are you suprised?

That being said, we are by no means experts when it comes to cleaning. FACT! But we do happen to keep a few close friends who know a thing or two about the subject, and their names just might be ones you recognize!

Today we are sharing our interviews Clean MamaMrs. Meyer's, and Common Good. This is what they had to say about making your 2017 Spring Cleaning Season extra special this year .... 

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1. What do you recommend as the first step to getting one's Spring Cleaning started?

Clean Mama :: ​Spring cleaning is different for ​everyone and every home that is in need of a little spring cleaning. My best advice is to capitalize on the urge to do a little spring cleaning if/when it hits. Open those windows, let the fresh air in, and do a little cleaning where your home needs it most. Make a list of a handful of areas or spots in your home that need a little attention and work your way down the list. By starting with a list and a plan you’ll be able to do your spring cleaning in no time!

Mrs. Meyer's :: Before starting any seasonal cleaning project – it’s important to keep in mind the 3 P’s – prioritize, plan and products. Each of us has our own philosophy when it comes to cleaning. For example, our namesake Thelma Meyer’s (yes, there is a real Mrs. Meyer!) believes there’s a happy medium between perfectionism and a happy, "lived in" home. Think about what’s most important to get accomplished during your spring cleaning session and focus effort on those areas. Stick with a plan to avoid being sucked into the rabbit hole of cleaning, such as the simple sock drawer organization that transforms into a whole closet makeover. Lastly, make sure you have the right products on hand to make clean up easier and more enjoyable. For example, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day products are made with plant-derived ingredients and essential oils that smell great and still work like the dickens.

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2. What are your hottest new product(s) this Spring and what should we know about them?

Common Goods :: This Spring, we're very excited to launch our first ever Kickstarter campaign! We've developed a brand-new refill line that delivers 2-4 refills of our hand soap, dish soap, all-purpose cleaner, bathroom cleaner or laundry detergent direct to your door. We've listened to the needs of customers for over six years now and have developed a product that has the same safe and green formulations people love with the added convenience of home delivery. On top of that, our refill boxes use 83% less plastic than the equivalent bottles, and help further our mission to reduce the amount of plastics in the home and eco-system! The campaign starts today and we hope everyone will consider visiting the campaign page to learn more about the product and the fantastic rewards we're offering participants!

Mrs. Meyer's :: We have a little spring in our step with two new fresh seasonal scents Lilac and Peony. The subtle, rosy scent of Peony and rich and vibrant Lilac brings a spritz of spring and freshness to the indoors. Each scent is available in a dish soap, hand soap and multi-surface cleaner for a springier spring clean. We also have a Peony gift set that includes a hand soap and hand lotion as a perfect pick-me-up for the start of the season.

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3. In your opinion, what is the NEATest thing about Spring :)?

Clean Mama :: ​Spring cleaning of course! As a midwesterner, spring cleaning - throwing open the windows (and cleaning them) is almost a right of passage into the season of all things new. I absolutely love taking the time to spiff and tidy up in the spring to relax and enjoy the weather and being outside in the summer.

Mrs. Meyer's :: Spring is NEAT because it marks renewal all around us. New blooms and scents awaken our senses and lifts spirits. It’s signal the start of something inspirational and promising for the days ahead.

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4. Anything else you want to share regarding Spring Cleaning?

Mrs. Meyer's :: After you’ve finished giving your home a little TLC – don’t forget about yourself. Mrs. Meyer’s recently launched their latest body care installment, body wash to help you clean up real nice after a spring cleaning session with moisturizing formulas and garden-fresh scents.

Have you added these items to your shopping list yet? Something tells us Spring will be extra special this year if you do! 

xx
the NEAT girls

Thursday 03.30.17

A Spring Break Guide to Disney World!

Orlando, Florida is one of the top tourism destinations in the United States. With Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World and many more attractions, it’s no wonder why so many families flock to the City Beautiful for vacation.
 
When you’re visiting the most magical place on earth, it’s important to be organized and prepared so you can fully enjoy your time! Here’s a travel guide organized especially for you from the local NEAT girl Meg Wittman ::
 
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"I highly suggest you do your research ahead of time, book hotel & restaurant reservations early and read plenty of “Disney blogs” to get the inside scoop. As an Orlando resident, here are my quick (sometimes overlooked) tips on how to stay NEAT while traveling to Orlando".

Tip #1: Pack these essential items!
 
- Snacks & Water Bottle – save yourself time and money by bringing in your own fruit, snack bars, and refillable water bottles.
- Rechargeable Battery for Phone – make sure your phone has enough charge to utilize the Disney app for park info, show times and fast passes
- Lightweight Rain Coat – you’ll be prepared if it rains or if you end up on Splash Mountain. Nobody wants to walk around soaking wet all day.
- Comfortable shoes – it goes without saying, but with a lot of walking you need to wear some supportive shoes.
- Sunglasses – you’re in the sunshine state after all, so make sure to pack a lightweight pair of inexpensive sunglasses in case they get misplaced
- Sunscreen – similar to sunglasses, if it’s winter where you live you may be shocked just how sunny it gets in Florida. Be prepared with enough SPF.
- Lightweight bag – a backpack or a large cross body bag works really well to hold all your essentials
 
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Tip #2: Plan out your days!
 
- Prioritize & Plan – there’s so much to see at the parks, make sure to prioritize which parks you want to visit and what you want to see while you’re there. You can even book fast passes ahead of time, so it’s important to know what you and your family really want to do, see and experience while at the parks.
- Use your phone calendar – keep track of all important times while you’re on your trip: restaurant reservations, fast pass times, important show times. If you’re in a group, invite the other members so everyone is on the same page. You can even set reminders to keep you on track.
 
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Tip #3: Go with the flow!
 
Being NEAT isn’t about stress, it’s about being as prepared as possible, so you can relax and enjoy your life. Once you’ve done all the research, planning, packing and scheduling… simply have fun, you’re on vacation after all! If you miss one of your fast pass times, no big deal. If you forget to pack something, there are so many places you can purchase necessary items. If your kids want to spend all of their time at the pool and not even go to the park (believe me, it happens) don’t freak out. Enjoy the amazing sunshine with your friends, family and loved ones!
 
xx
our Orlando NEAT girl, Meg
 
Thursday 03.23.17

{Spring}-spiration for Every Room of Your House

Spring brings on the desire to feel refreshed and ready for warmer weather. Not only is it time for spring cleaning to take place, but it's also the perfect time to get yourself reorganized. As some of us await that crisp Sping air...we figured we'd share a little inspiration to get you dreaming of open windows and walks outside again. 

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Ashley Hatcher- Washington D.C.

We hope our pics inspired you as much as creating them inspired us! Just think by the time you get your home organized, Spring will be here! Don't forget, you can always call on a NEAT girl to come and complete the job for you! 

xx

the NEAT girls

Thursday 03.16.17

All that Glitters is Gold!!

Back by popular demand, we are rounding up this year's GOLD essentials in honor of the leprechaun finding his pot o' gold again! As we're sure you all may now, gold is still the hot new color for home trends! Not only does every client's home we step foot in have splashes of gold accents somewhere, but we also can't help to notice that a ton of our favorite organizing essentials are keeping up with the trends as well. 

1. One of rules when organizing, is that everything must have a home. Often times when things are left just sitting on a shelf or counter they seem lost. We think it helps a ton to give everything a place and one of our favorite products to use as a place holder is a tray. How cute and playful is this one with the gold stars? Perfect for a kid's room, an office or even the counter of your bathroom or kitchen. 

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2. As you know, no closet is complete without matching hangers. These are right in line with the gold trend and might be our new found obsession! Even if your closet rods are a chrome or brushed metal look, it would still be super cool to mix the metals with these gold accents to make your closet even more inspiring to shop. 

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3. These baskets are so amazing that I'm not sure we need to say much! Such a fun twist on this trend and they are inexpensive! Double win. 

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4. And...to finish off our gold obsessions this St. Patrick's Day, we figured it was only fitting to make sure we included a notebook/planner. This one from Sugar Paper is up there for top favs for sure! They make all sorts of fun staying organized essentials! 

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Hope you all find your Pot of GOLD as well! Happy SPD!

xx

the NEAT girls

Thursday 03.09.17

No More Stepping on Legos

In San Francisco, we’ve been knee deep in Legos since the holidays. Seems it’s the one plastic toy beloved by every parent…until you step on one, barefoot, at 2AM. Never fear though, NEAT is here!  Keep reading for organizing tips that should cover every Lego enthusiast in your home...
 
The first step to organizing Legos is to decide how to categorize the pieces. By color? By set? All together? This all depends on your child’s age and how they play with the Legos. Older kids will appreciate having them organized by color because they’re likely to do more free-building. Kids just starting out might feel more comfortable with Legos kept in their sets. As for the littles, it will probably be a free-for-all. 
 
Pro tip: Even if Pinterest pictures of Legos color-sorted sets your heart aflutter, it’s not always worth the work. Sorting by color is a serious time investment. And if the sorting inhibits your child’s play or they won’t keep it up, it’s not worth doing it in the first place.
 
After deciding how to organize the Legos, the next step is choosing an organizational solution. What you purchase will depend on how you decided to organize. 
 
Below are some containers recently used, and approved, by the NEAT San Francisco team. 
 
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By Color - For Small Collections
 
The Container Store’s Akro-Mills drawer cabinet is a nice option for smaller collections.
 
If you are more style driven, Bisley’s multi-drawer cabinets (below) are perfect. They have a fresh, modern feel and come in many colors. Plus they can easily be repurposed for art or office supplies once your kids grow out of the lego phase. 
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By Color- For Large Collections
 
With regards to Ikea, clients either fall into the “pro” or “groan” category when I mention their products. We happen to think Ikea is a great resource for kid organizational products. They’re inexpensive and can easily be repurposed or donated when no longer needed. 
 
For large Lego collections, we love Ikea’s Alex line. The 9-drawer can be used if you only have vertical space. Or the 6-drawer on casters is great. You could easily add Linus organizers in the drawers to further organize the collection. 
 
The other great part of the 6-drawer is that you can place a project tray on top. Any masterpiece currently being built can be carried to a playtable, worked on, then put back on the tray and stored until next time. Or you could attach Lego baseplates to the top of the unit and turn the top into a building area.
 
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By Set
 
We recently organized a client’s son’s Legos by set and used Ikea’s Trofast line. We individually bagged the sets in Ziplocs with the manual and placed them in the drawers by type. We only used deep drawer bins.  (If sorting by color, we suggest the shallow drawers.) 
 
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All Together
 
Two great options for Lego beginners or for Duplo enthusiasts are Swoop Bags and Lego Storage Bricks.  They’re cute and can be easily repurposed for other toys.
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Labeling
 
The gold star for Lego labeling goes to i heart organizing. She easily dealt with the conundrum of labeling for pre-readers by using the color to write out the label. (Sidenote: She also used Ikea’s Trofast.)  It’s nice looking and functional. Definitely NEAT approved!
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Happy sorting!! 

xx

the Neat (SF) girls

Thursday 03.02.17

4 Secrets to Improving Your Handwriting

They say that penmanship is a thing of the past, but we, over here at Neat Method, are doing our best to make sure that it never goes out of style! As perfectionist, we tend to get a little frustrated when our handwriting isn’t up to par with our organizing skills. 

As you know, we recently held our annual Neat Summit in Austin and had the honor of working with handwriting expert, Jesilyn Kay. Not only was she a delight to work with, but she also taught us several tricks of the trade for best labeling all of the bins and baskets of our client’s homes. Now, you of course won’t get the full affect as one of her classes, but we thought we’d share our Top 4 Highlights with all of you in hopes of keeping pen(wo)man ship alive. 

1. Spacing is Everything. We most definitely live by this motto when organizing any space of a home, so we were pleased to hear that we should approach labeling the same way. Before you go to write something, make sure you know how you want to space out the word on the section you are writing. Is there equal distance from left to write? Don’t be afraid to use a ruler to help you mark where you want your letters to be spaced from top to bottom. 

2. Center the word. This might have been our favorite trick! Now, it’s not the easiest to do, so don’t be embarrassed if you have to write the word on a separate piece of paper. Basically, once you’ve figured out your spacing, find your center point. Now, place the middle letter or two letters right smack in the middle of the space/label. From there, start completing the word from left to right one letter at a time. Once again, this isn’t easy to do when it comes to spelling the word out, so get that extra piece of paper handy. 

3. Aren’t confident?? Write in pencil. Who knew that it didn’t have to be perfect the first time?!? We quickly realized that the ability to practice the lettering and spacing in pencil made it super easy to go over in the pen or marker color of our choice. Then, if need be, just erase the pencil lines that were created. 

4. Proper pens. This really might be the answer to it all! For years we’ve worked hard at knowing the proper pens and markers to use on each surface. It really does take a skill to find the ones that won’t rub off, that will allow for even lettering and create the effect we are looking for. Jesilyn shared a little secret with us with these and these pens. She said the finer the point the better and to then just take your time to fill in the lines in order to create the thickness we are going for. 

We hope that you find these tips helpful, but if you want to go the extra mile…we recommend picking up this book from our friend. 

xx

the NEAT girls

Wednesday 02.22.17

9 Products to Transform ANY Junk Drawer

This week, we are sharing with you a fun video of the NEAT girls organizing a junk drawer to perfection - do you love it!?

Now we want to tell you a bit more about the products we used and other organizers that we love to complete this type of space. 

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There are so many choices when it comes to a junk drawer. We have come to realize that sometimes, the junk doesn't even have a drawer! If that is the case, here are THREE options to store your "junk" that doesn't involve putting in the drawer. If you are a minimalist and just need a place to put some pens and a small amount of paper, this option from Russell + Hazel is for you! Let's take a minute and talk about this awesome, more masculine find at...... POTTERY BARN TEEN!! This is such a grown up look that we think can be used for.... well... grown ups! Finally, if you have a kids space that tends to accumulate junk, we love this playful, color coded caddy from Land of Nod. 

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If you have a more traditional drawer, we have three options that are sure to suit you. The first is what we used in the video - the linus organizers from The Container Store. They are super clean and leave a junk drawer looking PRETTY (yes, you read that right!) Looking for an affordable and simple solution? It comes as no surprise that Ikea has you covered. Looking for something a bit more glamorous? We stumbled upon these at West Elm and love their look!

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The final three are a bit outside of the box. If you have a cabinet that you keep your junk drawer items in, this lazy susan version from The Container Store is awesome! Looking for something aesthetically pleasing because it needs to be left out? Consider splurging on this beautiful holder from Pottery Barn. Finally, if you just need more of a "pop" of color (sorry we are always sharing neutrals!) then check out Poppin's website for some awesome options.

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Remember, all it takes to live the NEAT life is to start with one drawer. We can't wait to hear about your space!

xx

the NEAT girls

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