Professional organizers are a valuable resource to help you de-stress, get things done, and build skills for life. Organizers who invest in their business with education and who adhere to a code of ethics are where you should start when searching for an organizer. Although I am not currently accepting new clients, there are other organizers in the area who can help you (click here)!
Being organized takes practice! Hire a professional organizer to tackle "that room" today and gain organizing skills you can use tomorrow.
Meet Paula, your professional organizer
Before I began working as an organizer, I was a biomedical engineer. I liked finding ways to improve things. I liked helping people. I liked creating things. Organizing allows me to do all of those things in a career without cubicle walls!
I wasn't born an organizer; I've grown into one. Over the years, I've developed ways to deal with my own procrastination and clutter. Rest assured that I will empathize with your own unique struggles with organization. Together, we will develop a gameplan to help you!
What should you expect?
Working with a real-life professional organizer isn't like what you see on TV. There's no behind-the-scenes crew making over your home in one day. What you should expect is an organizer who will sit down and talk with you before any work gets done, find out what you need help with, what you struggle with, what your goals are, then create a plan to move forward. Once we're both comfortable with the plan, it's time to get to work! As we work together, I'll coach you through the process, help you through decisions, and share my organizing knowledge with you. I want you to be able to stay organized after our session!