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Casey’s book selected by NAPO-Chicago’s Book Club

The Chicago chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers has a new book club that will meet twice a year and their inaugural book selection is Stop Organizing, Start Producing by Casey Moore. "It's a huge honor to review my work in this way," says Casey. "I can't wait…
January 7, 2013

Holiday Letter from Casey Moore

Yes, it's cheesy, but I love holiday letters. It's fun to look back on the year and reflect on blessings and growth. If you like them too, or you just want to see how my year went, click here: Casey's holiday letter 2012 And have a Happy New Year!
December 22, 2012

Casey’s eTip: Practice Acceptance, Not Correction

As 2012 draws to a close, here's a strategy to stay productive personally and professionally. You'll "produce" peace within and with others (e.g., family) when you can accept what is instead of always trying to engineer what "should" be. Casey's eTip: Practice Acceptance, Not Correction "Just for today I will…
December 22, 2012

Casey’s eTip: Start Holiday Planning Now

It's 3 weeks to Halloween, 6 to Thanksgiving, 12 to New Year's. Here are a few ways to get ready ahead of the curve this season: * Decide how YOU want your holidays to be (simple, fancy, etc.). * Consult family about who's going where…these decisions can take weeks. *…
October 15, 2012

Casey’s eTip: Clear the Clutter One Scrap at a Time

A survey of Human Resource managers found that 83% thought your desk reflected your professionalism. Not very orderly...not very professional. You won't get fired for it, but clutter may limit your advancement--fair or not.* Casey's eTip: Clear the Clutter One Scrap at a Time Piles and scattered notes reflect decisions…
September 9, 2012

Work Hard, Run for Fun

Running relieves my stress, keeps me fit, helps me sleep and keeps me mentally sharp. This September 2, my husband Mark and I ran the Virginia Beach Half-Marathon. It was my fourth time and his first. I was so excited to run with him. It was definitely my most fun race…
September 3, 2012

Casey’s eTip: Embrace Disagreements within Your Team

Nowadays "teamwork" has come to mean "don't make waves no matter what." In reality, successful teams' members challenge each other to be the best, whether they're in sports, military, business, art, etc. Casey's eTip: Embrace Disagreements within Your Team When disagreement arises, step into it, not away. What can you…
August 2, 2012

Balancing Work with Fun…in Action

I recently returned from a 12-day trip with my husband Mark. We hiked a 170-mile section of the Appalachian Trail from (roughly) Bennington, VT to Pawling, NY. Despite the brief, almost daily showers (and very swollen feet), it was so fun. Here are a few images: https://www.dropbox.com/gallery/23179784/1/FamilyPhotoShare?h=7f3c8a
June 16, 2012

Classes about Chronic Disorganization Open to Public

The Institute for Chronic Disorganization, of which I'm a member, now offers low-cost teleclasses for the public. It's a great opportunity to learn about a problem that affects many people, including those with Attention Deficit Disorder. To learn more, click here: http://www.challengingdisorganization.org/content/public-teleclasses. The annual ICD conference, which takes place in…
April 9, 2012