Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Client Bad Ass Mama: Closet Organization Before + After

I started working for this family during the holidays and we did a total closet transformation. She was originally looking for a professional organizer in Houston to get her organized right before the holidays and this turned into a several month project. I have had a lot of fun working for this sweet family and we have made some HUGE progress. This closet was awesome after it was all said and done and of course the pictures don't do it justice. 



Monday, February 26, 2018

Eco Modern Concierge A Concierge in Houston: A Day in the Life January 2018

I thought I what do another installment of a day in the life post. Being a concierge company in Houston, TX I am always all over the place. Most of this is for a client that I used to work for regularly for over 6 years and this has been my routine for 2 days a week for sometime. Then it's mixed in with personal and picking up professional organizing supplies for projects. This was documented earlier in January 2018. What does a day in the life look like for you?

I started my day off with an amazing yoga class at the YMCA downtown.

Lunch on the go. 

I dropped off a package for my client. 

Whole Foods run. I go to Whole Foods and other grocery stores several times a week for so many of my clients.

This grocery list is used for many of my clients.

Checking out at Whole Foods.

I stop and pick up food at Field of Greens. Such nice folks that work there. 

Pat Greer is a great raw food chef here in Houston. The food is always fresh and SO good. 

Next stop. The Heights!

Juice Girl is the best juice place in Houston in my opinion. 

Recycling batteries and bulbs. 

HEB to pick up some items. 

After work carwash time. 

Heading to The Container Store to pick up some organizing items for. These are my favorite zip bags. 

Office Max to pick up some needed office supplies. I thought this pineapple bubble wrap was cute. 

I needed to get my car inspected and it took less then 10 minutes. Woohoo!

I recorded a short organizing video in the park across from where we used to live in Montrose.  It was a gloomy day.

Now happy hour with friends checking out Star Fish. SO good!!


Friday, February 23, 2018

Fun Eco Activity for the Kiddos

Jessica from reached out to me and wanted to contribute to a blog post, so they sent over this fun eco project you can do with the kiddos. Check our their website 

Wildlife Habitat Certification

What You Need:                  

  • Internet access
  • Paper, pencil
  • Backyard or balcony garden
  • Application fee, if required

What You Do:

  1. Did you know that your backyard or balcony can be certified as a wildlife habitat? All it needs is to contain certain elements that protect and nourish wildlife. Many organizations and non-profits will certify areas as official wildlife habitats if they meet certain requirements.
  2. Hop online and research organizations that certify wildlife habitats. The most popular is the National Wildlife Federation, but some states and cities give out certifications as well. The organization will provide specific guidelines to follow.
  3. The most common attributes organizations look for are sources of food and water, shelter and places to raise young. Have your child make a list of food sources available in her yard for wildlife. Are there any native plants, seeds, fruits, nuts, berries or flower nectar? If she does not have any of these items in her garden, arrange to plant some, or make a bird feeder.
  4. Next, your child can list water sources in her yard, such as birdbaths, ponds or a lake. Help her set up a birdbath or other water garden if needed.
  5. A covered shelter area for wildlife could include bushy thickets, a pile of rocks or a birdhouse.  Shelter gives wildlife protection from predators and weather.  Have her list which ones are in her garden or work on providing one.  If you need a birdhouse, you can learn how to make your own here.
  6. Wildlife also need a place to raise young. Have her check the garden for thick shrubs, leafy plants, mature trees, or a nesting box. She can list which nests she has or needs.
  7. After completing the the above steps, help your child fill out the application and send a check for the application fee, if necessary. Congratulations – you are now the proud parent of a wildlife hero!

Wednesday, February 21, 2018


Earlier this month I contributed to Lauren Mill's blog Sunday Beach! Go head to her blog and see why I love these products for the new year.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Made in the USA + Eco: Skin Owl Beauty

I received these Skin Owl products in a  Beauty Heroes box and love that they are made in the USA. I really like the face oil, but face mask is not my favorite. I love that these products are made up of eco ingredients.