YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter Kitchen Organizing Event! What: A day long training and hands on organizing session to not only help out a great organization by getting their new kitchens organized but a terrific way to get some hands on experience or simply share your skills. This is not limited to only new Professional Organizers [...]
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You know that flood of papers you get pretty much daily? The mail, the bills, the free newspaper you pick up, the catalogs, the kidspermission slips & homework, the wedding invitation, the coupon flyers, etc. For many of my clients, all of this ends up in piles. These piles end up on the kitchen counter, [...]
Interested in learning how to be a Professional Organizer and live in the Nashville area? Join me as I organize the props room at the Boiler Room Theatre this Friday & Saturday (April 13th & 14th, 2012). We’ll learn needs assessment, how to sort & purge, how to categorize and contain, and more. Contact me [...]
A few weeks ago, I used the word ‘purge‘ with a client. Her reaction – and I may not have noticed if I hadn’t sensed some inner conflict going on – was illuminating. It was a combination of a lip curl, a nose wrinkle and an arm crossing. The session was going well, we had [...]
So now you are all set to meet with me, or your newly acquired Professional Organizer, to get yourself all organized. You’ve got the ground rules (see Part 1 of this series) but now what? Now we get together for our meeting so I can get to know you, and figure out the best way [...]
When I first start working with an organizing client, we always have an an initial consult. It usually takes about an hour. This is where I evaluate the space or situation, meet with the client to determine goals, get to know them and how they think, create a plan, etc. Each client has their own [...]