Club Organize and other teaching stuff . . .

The NAPO Nashville board met this morning to review our upcoming Club Organize. The event takes place on March 13th & 14th at Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin. This is a great way for people to dabble in getting organized. All of the area Professional Organizers will be there either on hand or teaching (I’m doing a class on paper management and one on staging to sell) plus vendors, lunch and door prizes. You get a great binder with tons of info as well. This is a terrific way to get motivated to get organized without a major commitment. It’s not free, as some seminars are – it’s an actual event that is well worth the money – plus ALL of the proceeds to to Habitat For Humanity just as it does every year.

Visit my website for more info or go to the NAPO Nashville website to see the class schedule and to register.

Call me if you have any questions at all – I’d be delighted to answer them. Plus if you want a booth or want to be a sponsor (we’re looking for someone to donate cupcakes!!) – please just let me know and I’ll send you the form – it’s also available at the NAPO website. Hope to see you there!

Other upcoming events that I’m doing include my Kids Organizing Seminars at the Williamson County Library (http://lib.williamson-tn.org/). This is on Tuesday, March 10th from noon to 1, and Thursday, March 12th from 6-7PM. It’s a repeat class – so pick one and show up! The last sessions got packed so call and reserve a spot. I also got a nice email from the Brentwood library program director – apparently the Brentwood people are jealous and want me to come teach over there. I guess they heard how fabulous I am . . . or the fact that the seminars are free . . . I wonder which. Hmmm? Either way, I do love to teach and am finally using those expensive teaching degrees I have even if they don’t have anything to do with what I majored in.