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Why hire an organizer?

in Articles, Blog, General, Uncategorized | by admin | on April 3rd, 2010 | 2 Comments
Why hire an organizer?

A Professional Organizer is an individual who creates customized solutions to increase the efficiency of any home, office or individual … Professional Organizers help their clients to find balance, restore order, and maximize their time and resources at home, office and workplace locations.

Let Re:Organized! help optimize your time and resources, reduce stress, simplify your life, and beautify your surroundings.

Not sure you need a Professional Organizer? Take this quiz!

Do you need to hire a Professional Organizer?

Take this simple quiz…

  1. Do you have nightmares about drowning in paper?
  2. Do you spend time hunting for things in your office? (Documents, coffee cup, staff members…)
  3. Does it take you more than three rings to find your phone?
  4. Are you surprised to hear that some people use their garage to store their car?
  5. Is your basement “finished” – with boxes, toys, unfinished projects …?
  6. Do you have closets so full that you can’t see what’s in them any more?
  7. Is it a challenge to get out the door on time in the morning?
  8. Does it seem that you work too much, but don’t seem to get enough done?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then you could benefit from the services of a Professional Organizer. Clear up the clutter – both physical and mental – and create time to enjoy what is truly important to you!

Your turn

What are some of the ways clutter gets you into trouble?  What are some of the ways being organized keeps you OUT of trouble?

Tell us where you’re stuck and where you’ve succeeded. Share your great ideas and your not-so-great ones, and we’ll share some of ours!

2 Comments to “Why hire an organizer?”

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    April 18th, 2010 at 8:29 pm

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