Organize (verb) arrange into a structured whole; order.
The point of organizing, the goal of organizing, is to create a reasonably seamless life. To create systems for all the nagging things we must do every day, week, and month: pay bills, leave the house with everything we need, cook a meal, file away papers, go to bed peacefully. Some of these things we do so naturally without thought, I would argue that is because you have strong system created around that particular activity and as a result it comes second nature. The goal during our organizing session is to guide you through the organizing process: sorting, editing and reorganizing your spaces so you can live, work and play comfortably in them.
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Do some of these organizing challenges look familiar to you?
Keys, wallet, change, purse, anything that you need as you run out the door. Stop wasting time and energy looking for items. On average we spend 10 minutes a day looking for lost items, that is just over 60 hours a year – more than two days of your year lost – looking for lost stuff. “A place for everything and everything in its place” it really does makes life easier. Tapping into what’s working and existing systems we can build on what’s working, removing the clutter and creating fresh spaces that work for you.
Paper is a beast. It can quickly overtake a space if not dealt with properly. Coming up with a solid system that you maintain daily can increase your control over your paper, which will improve your control over other areas in your life, like, paying bills on time, remembering important events and taking advantage of special deals and promotions. Not to mention regaining control of your counter tops and tables. Wouldn’t it be nice to sit at the dining room table for dinner? Get started today.
Here’s the truth, you can’t organize without going through the process of sorting and editing the space. Organizing is a process and not a destination; really, I’m not just being silly. If you don’t sort and edit the space you are just tidying and that will have short-term benefits, but no long -term gain. Don’t cheat yourself, go through the entire process; you’ll be glad you did. Your stuffed cabinets and closets will thank you. It doesn’t have to be an overwhelming process, start small and build from there. Don’t know where to start? We offer complimentary consultations.
The bedroom is a sanctuary and it is vital that you keep it organized enough to relax in at night. If you can’t sleep in your bed because it’s covered in dirty clothes it’s time for a change. Start by removing everything from the room that isn’t essential – laundry, cleaning supplies, papers and other general clutter. Make it your goal to make your bed every day. If all else fails and the day is awful, at least you get to come home to a made bed. Little organizing projects can add up to a major change. Need more ideas for small organizing projects to do around the home check out our blog.
We’ve all been there – can’t decide what to wear, can’t find what you want to wear, tear your entire closet apart in frustration and then leave for work in a panic in a sub par outfit. You deserve better mornings and a well- organized closet, filled with clothes you wear, in season and properly hung or folded, we can help you get there!
Clutter wastes your time. Organizing might seem like a long, time wasting process, but your time will be paid back so many times over – saving you money, time and energy. You’re losing 10 minutes a day looking for lost stuff. That is 60 hours a year, 60! Systems and habits will help you regain this time. What would you do with an extra 10 minutes a day? Read a favorite book, play a board game with the kids, call a friend to catch up. Anything is better than searching endless piles of clutter. Need inspiration to get started, check out our Pinterest page for loads of ideas and inspiration.
That nagging feeling of never having enough time, the endless to-do list that you can’t seem to get a hold of. Let’s start by helping you manage your time through customized solutions to fit your current needs. How do you manage your calendar? Do you prefer digital or paper and pen? What times of day do you seem to struggle with? What does your ideal day look like? Building on what’s working we can strengthen systems and build in areas of accountability or flexibility as needed. Time is precious and finite; contact us today and save 60 hours in 10 minutes!
My best job, as a Professional Organizer, is to help you view your space, time and challenges from a different perspective. After listening to you I can start to introduce different solutions and create plans to increase your spaces functionality, your time management challenges or just help you get a nagging problem resolved. Providing fresh ideas our my favorite part, get a fresh perspective today with a free phone consultation.