I enjoy AT and interior design immensely, but my 'day job' is working with adolescents with learning differences. Romie is correct; most people learn best by using a variety of types of approaches- visual, auditory and kinesthetic. The author's point, however, is a good one- there are many ways to categorize, process and organize information. Thinking out of the box when you are tackling an organizational project may be helpful!
Organize According to Your Learning Style
|1/17/13 9:43 PM|
So impressive!! Congrats on making such a tiny space look so wonderful.
Jennifer's Gathering Place Small Cool Contest
|4/28/12 7:18 AM|
Once upon a time I lived in a NY studio apt that must have been about this size. I wish mine had looked like this! You have fantastic taste and make it look easy to live elegantly in a tiny space.
Jason's Charm & Potential Small Cool Contest
|4/28/12 7:16 AM|
I really enjoyed this tour. As promised, the light is just exquisite. Mostly, I love how the decor is so very personal- and decidedly un-MCM, which I have had enough of! Thank you for sharing this.
Julie's Vermeer-Worthy Apartment in Paris House Tour
|4/19/12 9:19 PM|
Oh my gosh. This is my favorite House Tour to date! The combination of clean-lined and antique furniture, patterns, and colors is just stunning. I am trying to do something similar in my own house (albeit a little less successfully) and will use this for inspiration and guidance! Thanks!
Sarah's Supremely Stylish West Village Home
|1/5/12 9:29 AM|