Sorting It All Out
What does being organized mean to you? There are as many solutions as there are answers to that question that can help you become more organized in your personal and work environment. Everyone functions uniquely in their own environment, yet there are some basic methods of organizing that can help with putting things in order in a way that works best for you.
Working with you, we will start by discussing what your needs are and what you want to accomplish. This includes finding out what is and what is not currently working when it comes to how you function and get things done. What works for you may not work for someone else so it is important to get to know your style. This way we can work together in creating an environment that will no longer feel overwhelming and also leave you with the tools and techniques to maintain it.
Why Should You Sort?
Clutter can make us feel overwhelmed. Over time it can take its toll on us in many ways. Removing that clutter and Sorting It All Out benefits us in many ways:
Know what you have and where to find it…right away.
Avoid buying duplicate items, paying late fees, or even renting additional storage.
Relax and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a well-organized home.
Project a strong self-image as you proudly host friends, family and business associates.
Consolidate and protect critical documents, while purging those that are obsolete.
Imagine the Possibilities
Refocus your time and energy on activities that matter most.
Behind The Scenes
There are a variety of reasons why clutter builds up and takes over. When you move your residence, your family grows or you inherit things from others over the years, you can accumulate quite a lot. You put things in boxes, move them to the garage and tuck them in cupboards. You hide them under the bed and anywhere else that puts them out of sight.
Though these things may no longer be in plain sight like most clutter is, they do take up vital space in your life. These things you’ve acquired need to be dealt with by sorting through them, clearing space and making important decisions on what to do with it all.