Sara S. Skillen
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Sara S. Skillen is the owner of SkillSet Coaching & Organizing, a professional organizing and ADHD/productivity coaching business. Her passion is helping all kinds of people manage their stuff, their time, and their tasks. She is a Certified Organizer Coach®, a Certified Professional Organizer®, and an Evernote Certified Consultant. Sara is the author of the recently-published Organizing and Big Scary Goals: Working With Discomfort and Doubt to Create Real life Order. Her writing has also appeared in Music City Moms, Entrepreneur, and Angie’s List Experts, as well as her blog “The Stuff Behind The Stuff.” She lives in Franklin, TN with her husband, two teenagers, and two extremely productive and focused Labrador retrievers.

“The way you look at things is the most powerful force in shaping your life.” - John O'Donohue, from Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic

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OK, Friends (deep breath),   When I first imagined writing an article around organizing tips for back-to-school a couple of months ago, I confess I had

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Show of hands - how many folks out there have some sort of a drawer (maybe several

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When I think about preparing for the holiday season, I’m usually focused first on an outcome. What’s the goal? For example, this year we’ll

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Those Post Holiday Cues Hey there, friends -  who’s exhausted? Has that marathon stretch from October 31 through the past several days got you down? Or

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 Sara S. Skillen, CPO®, owner of SkillSet Organizing [caption id="attachment_4321" align="alignleft" width="300"] Image from Unconditionally Her contributor Sara Skillen[/caption] It’s six days before Christmas (or Hanukkah,

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 Sara S. Skillen, CPO®, owner of SkillSet Organizing Who’s hitting the road for some fun travel this summer? OK, now how many of us will

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Three key questions to ask before you dig into your project… By Sara Skillen, CPO® Are you thinking about getting your home de-cluttered and organized for

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There's a statistic that's been floating around for a few years that the average American consumes over 100,000 words per day*.  Think about that

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A Summertime Organizing Strategy The organizer is overwhelmed. June won. Between client sessions, end-of-school activities, prepping my father's home for sale, attending a conference, and

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