Welcome to Simplify Organizing, LLC®

Hi! I’m Amy Rehkemper, owner of Simplify Organizing, LLC®. Getting organized can be fun and even life changing… it changed mine!

So, what do we do, you ask? We SIMPLIFY everything under the residential roof. We can simplify your paperwork, your family photos, your kitchen, your garage, your schedule, your kids’ rooms… or your next move!

Please take some time to check out the rest of our site and services. I invite you to call or email me to discuss your organizing needs and goals. We’d love to hear from you!

 

Organizing Baltimore homes since 1999!

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Email Amy or call 410.370.4109


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Photo 3 Q Art Portfolio

Organizing Kids’ Artwork

Want a fast, easy way to organize kids’ artwork? Try an art portfolio! As soon as art (worthy of saving) emerges from the backpack, add the date and slide it directly into the plastic sleeve. Voila! Yep, it’s that simple. Artwork stored in a box, or even in a file is at risk of being taken out, or rearranged by others. By using an art portfolio, you can arrange an entire body of work into a particular order… and keep it that way! Have you been rolling, or folding those larger pieces in half so they fit into the overloaded box under your bed? Since professional art portfolios come in all different sizes, they will accommodate work done on any size paper from 4”x6″ up to 13”x19”, so you can now preserve the work in its original form.   Pictured above are the Itoya brand portfolios, but visit any art supply store and you should have a few brand options from which to choose. Consider arranging papers chronologically in the portfolio. It will show your child’s progression of skill development and make it easier for you to locate work from a certain date. Don’t forget to label the cover and spine with the grade, or span of years that the artwork was created.  Not only does this product protect your children’s masterpieces from dust, spills, and tearing, it’s in a format that allows it to be shared and enjoyed by …Read More

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