About Jean Marie Herron

Jean Marie Herron is organized both in and outside her profession. When she is not playing the role of Certified Professional Organizer® with POSSE, or Business Development Manager for The Junkluggers, she can be found dancing Hustle, West Coast Swing and Two Step. Additionally, living on the border of New Jersey and New York, she enjoys all the hiking opportunities of the local State Parks.

❤️ Love Your Boundaries

In the world of self-help and self-care, the term "boundaries" is often used as a personal tool. I think of boundaries as life jackets used for saving sanity in what can sometimes be the rough ocean of life. These boundaries we build for ourselves can be extremely transforming if one is looking for a sea change. The idea of personal [...]


A Holiday Thought/Gift for You

Giving yourself the gift of time is just as important as giving gifts to others this holiday season (which hopefully includes your time with them as well...). Without adding time for ourselves to decompress, we subtract from our own quality of "the most wonderful time of the year" and turn into grinches. Personally, I love the week between Christmas and [...]


Come Smell the Gratitude and Maybe Keep a Journal

I'm not sure if this counts as being organized or not, but every morning I try to write in my gratitude journal. I do personally feel this is productive for our minds and spirits. It also helps warm my heart when the weather turns cold and grey. The other morning I wrote the word "grateful" vertically and came up with [...]


How Artificial Intelligence Might Help with Back to School & Workplace Productivity

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI) lately. And with the recent launch at the end of 2022 of the innovative platform called ChatGPT a new type of technology (generative AI) is exploding! It might make you wonder what it’s all about and how this technology can be applied in your life. Artificial Intelligence is a broad term that encompasses [...]


Summer Travel Tips from a Pro

Here are some of the best summer travel tips to make the most of your adventures: Plan ahead: This is a big one. Summer is a popular travel time, so make sure you book flights, accommodations, and activities in advance to avoid disappointment. Pack Light:  Summer travel means packing light. It's hot and sweaty, so you'll want to bring comfy [...]


The Vital 4’s… Before You Go Away and Everyday

I've always tried to be a positive person and I've always been a planner as well. I believe the more we age, the more we realize we can't control what happens in life and when things happen. I'm a "Hope for the best and plan for the worst" kind of gal. Sorry, but that is my truth. My guest contributor [...]


10 Encouraging “Pruning” Questions for Springtime Decluttering

I personally love spring cleaning and decluttering after a winter season and usually a rainy, raw March. Often people struggle with the decision-making of items in their spaces and places when determining "should it stay or should it go"? So, here are some good questions to ask yourself if you are trying to trim back your inside clutter before you [...]


“Getting to Sold” Event

Our “Getting To Sold” events have not only become a great place to attain quality resources and network, but how can you go wrong with great refreshments and a delicious chocolate fountain?! Don’t miss out on our next event on Tuesday evening, April 25th... Email for more info or RSVP to attend here.


Organize as if You Could Move-on-a-Dime!

I've been told by several Realtors that the spring market starts right after Superbowl Sunday. Getting a property ready for sale is when most people decide to do major purging, but what if we lived like we knew we would be moving soon? I find this perspective of not only "what if" I was going to move soon, but also [...]



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