If you know any Professional Organizers, you know we are all about helping other – or we wouldn’t be in this business. NAPO Nashville members are partnering with the YWCA this Saturday, May 15th, to help them achieve their goal of helping victims of domestic violence.
This post is courtesy of Dana Tucker of Bell & Tucker. Dana & I had coffee recently in downtown Franklin, and were chatting about how to make homes look great when they go on the market.
Allen from Jibidee did a great presentation at the NAPO 2010 Conference about organizing tools on the web. Thought I’d share his tips here:
The following post is brought to you courtesy of Tracy Paye a.k.a. Miss-Organized. Tracy wrote this post recently and it really struck home with me which is why I’m sharing it with you.
Keep Williamson Beautiful wants to help you keep your identity safe by providing a free shredding service to Williamson County Residents and bring any personal documents you have that can be used for identity theft.
A lot of my clients have a lot of stuff. Some are really motivated to let things go and lighten up their life. They see the benefits in having fewer possessions weighing them down – less to maintain – less to clean. But some of my clients really do love their stuff.
A lot of my clients are small business owners either in a home office or outside location. Each time I work with one of them, I kept noticing they were having pretty much the same issues over and over again.
Every time I organize, there’s always oddball things that end up laying around in a playroom/bonus room/bedroom/wherever. In my daughter’s room, these were her basketball and her guitar. These are not easy things to keep in bins or on a shelf but they needed to go somewhere.
This post is my entry to Mabel’s Labels contest where, in 300 words or less, we respond to the following hypothetical situation: Electrical storms are going to wipe out the internet (perhaps forever).
I love my dog. She’s great. Sweet, well mannered and not too smelly for a lab. But come near my house, and all bets are off.
You probably love your dog too.
Hiring anyone to come in and do a project in your home or business can sometimes be a difficult decision. You ask yourself if it’s worth it, how long will it take and especially, how much it will cost.