What is a Professional Organizer?
Professional Organizers are individuals who create customized solutions to increase the efficiency of any home or office. Professional Organizers help their clients to find balance, restore order, and maximize their time and resources.
How can a Professional Organizer help me?
A Professional Organizer can help you save money in storage fees, home insurance and moving costs. She can save you time and energy in repairs and maintenance. Ultimately, she can restore order in your life and harmony in your family.
Professional Organizers create a better quality of life and improve work processes for you by creating orderly, functional, systematic, concise and lasting solutions, customized to your work and lifestyle.
Professional Organizers are not only ethical, courteous, and conscientious, but supportive, creative and empowering too!
Source: Professional Organizers in Canada
Clutter drains your energy - and you don't realize it till it's gone. When
long time unused, unloved and uncared for, they become
that actually physically drains you of your energy.
Source: Ariane Benefit on Neat Living Blog - Neat Ideas for Living
Statistics tell us that ...
||the average person spends 1 hour a day looking for stuff
||60% of items in storage have no retention value
||80% of everything we file is never referred to again
||the average executive wastes 6 weeks a year looking for misplaced papers and/or documents
Quotes from Mother Jones Magazine ...
In 2003, a Bronx man spent two days trapped under his magazines before firefighters rescued him.
90% of parents say that their kids’ rooms are causing “mess distress.”
1 in 3 Ikea customers say they get more satisfaction from cleaning out their closets than from having sex.
More than 70% of North Americans are routinely unable to find matching lids for their 15-plus food-storage containers.
Clutter negatively impacts your social and emotional life
shame and lowering self-esteem. It can leave you
tearful or angry. It can also damage intimate
relationships and create or
worsen health problems.