The National Association of Professional Organizers for years has celebrated January as Get Organized Month, and this year is no different! You likely know someone who’s proclaimed that in 2010, they would finally get organized. Or is this your year to banish the clutter for good? Either way, free tips
I recently attend the National Association of Professional Organizers Washington, DC – Metro Chapter’s June meeting. Members featured new products and resources from the NAPO Conference in Orlando, Florida which I attended this past April. One by one, members demonstrated various products and explained the highlights of some new services.
“Residential Resolutions” This year, make that list of attainable goals apply to your home. ‘Residential Resolutions’ was the title of an article featuring tips for getting organized in the new year. Getting organized is a popular resolution, but many people don’t know where to start or how to stay organized. The resolution
Rubbermaid’s Manager of eMarketing and Brand Communications, Jim Dietzel is on Twitter, a social micro-blogging website. I’m one of 18 professional organizers on Twitter they’re ‘following’. On Twitter, Jim’s user name is @Rubbermaid and you can find me on Twitter as @TheOrgAgency. Jim asked if I was willing to be
Blogger Debbie Jordan Kravitz of Virtually Organized is a self described “recovering perfectionist” who writes about simplifying and organizing your life. We’re virtual colleagues since she lives in York, PA. Recently, she surveyed her colleagues on Facebook and Twitter asking what products they love to use when organizing with clients and
I received a call from Lesli Foster, weeknight anchor on WUSA9. She asked if I would join her live on the 5:00 PM news to discuss getting organized for the Fall. Excited by the opportunity, I had just a few hours to pull something together and pitch the idea