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This is the second in a two-part series on organizing your life and home with advice from professional organizer and Johns Creek resident Katherine Trezise. In this feature, Trezise discusses the issue of hoarding and how to recognize the signs of the disorder, as well as ways to help a friend or loved one you think may be a hoarder. more
To put words to the life Jacqueline Vergez has lived — and is living — is to describe a journey with constantly changing narratives, heartbreaks and triumphs, but above all, a life lived with purpose. more
Katherine Trezise was drawn to the idea of helping people declutter their lives and organize their living spaces long before the idea of “professional organizer” became a popular career choice. more
Terry Newton never thought of herself as the type of person who travels to other countries to help disabled orphans. more
Peg Engleka is like a dog with a new bone. After retiring from playing field hockey for 11 years with Team USA, she and her husband, Matt, decided to open up their own pet boarding and dog day care facility. more
Carol Smith remembers when Christmas was not complete without packing shoeboxes full of toys and gifts alongside her young children for Operation Christmas Child. more
Where others may see the ordinary, artist Britt Bass Turner sees a canvas soon to be alive with splashes of color. more
For more than 15 years, Meredith Agler has been sewing baby blankets, sweaters, nightgowns and other items for babies and mothers she has never met, and likely never will. more
Anita Allen-Farley has been a leading figure in the North Fulton arts community ever since she and husband, Robert Farley, co-founded the Georgia Ensemble Theatre in Roswell 22 years ago. more
The abstract paintings that encompass much of Isabelle’s Gautier’s portfolio reflect her need for viewers to see beyond the colors and the lines on the canvas, and to tap into something deep inside themselves. more
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