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The Clutter Fairy’s #1 Travel Tip

Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, offers her favorite travel tip. For lots more, watch the full video, Leaving on a Jet Plane: Organizing for Travel.

KHOU News: Home Clutter Experts Now in High Demand

Station: KHOU (Houston’s Channel 11)
Aired: January 9, 2015

KHOU’s Sherry Williams talks with Gayle Goddard and one of her clients about the experience of hiring and working with a professional organizer.

Endings and Beginnings: Making Room for New Possibilities

The end of the year is a fitting time to reflect on who you are and who you want to be. An important part of your year-end review is making sure your surroundings support the life you want to live. At the December meeting of the Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup Group, Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, talks about clearing out the stuff that no longer serves you to make room for new possibilities in the new year.

Uncluttered Home for the Holidays: Organizing Tips for a Peaceful Season

Halloween is right around the corner, and before you can say “Boo!,” it’ll be time for the annual sprint from Thanksgiving to New Year. The October meeting of the Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup Group focused on streamlining the holiday season for you and your loved ones. Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, offered tips for simpler, less stressful, less cluttered solutions to holiday decorating, entertaining, and gift-giving.

Clutter Hacks: Tiny Tricks that Can Make a Big Difference

At our September 2014 meeting of the Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup, Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, turns her attention to practical techniques for reducing clutter. She offers a baker’s dozen easy, five-minute tricks to move you toward a clutter-free life. Try all 13 as a one-hour-a-week clutter-prevention plan, or pick the ones that will make the biggest difference for you!

Your Personal Space of Shame: Organizing the Final Frontier

Most of us have a place that becomes our last refuge for clutter. You know the space we’re talking about—the closet where things go in but never come out, the unusable spare room, the junk drawer you can’t close (or dare not open), the impenetrable garage. At the August 2014 meeting of the Houston Clutter Coaching Meetup, Gayle Goddard, professional organizer and owner of The Clutter Fairy in Houston, Texas, discusses these trouble spots and offers tips for reclaiming your “personal space of shame” as a usable part of your home.

Maintenance: How to Keep Your Decluttering Machine Running Smoothly

Whether you’re confronting a long-term clutter problem or starting anew in a pristine space, a critical part of creating an organized life is maintenance. Well-designed maintenance routines can stop a bad situation from getting worse and can keep an organized space functioning smoothly. And you might find that establishing good maintenance habits gives you a fresh outlook on your old clutter. Our July 2014 meetup explored the hows and whys of powerful maintenance routines for avoiding clutter.