As professional organizers, we organized a room setup over the McGhee’s garage in Gahanna, Ohio. This was a project for “GO” Month, which stands for “Get Organized”. Each year, the National Association of Profession Organizers (NAPO) would volunteer for a community project that involved some time of organization.Continue reading “McGhee’s Sextuplet Organizing”
In October 2008, I was contacted by a neighbor that heard about my organizing business. I was happy to help. She was on a small budget, but wanted to get her car in the garage before winter.
I took pictures of the before and after. They are posted below. I think these show how rewarding the process can be to get everything in its place.Continue reading “Organizing a Neighbor’s Garage”
Are you feeling overwhelmed when you enter your craft area? Here’s some tips to help think about the problem, and realize your goals.
Many folks want to jump straight into the decorating, but I suggest otherwise. Let’s put a plan together so we avoid re-work and unnecessary expenses.
What is the current layout of your area? The crafts that you like to do should dictate the sections to focus on. Make a list of those categories — sewing, stamping, scrapbooking, photography, etc.
This was my first paying job as a Professional Organizer. I love to organize and it’s amazing to get paid for something you love to do. I believe it was easier for her daughter to listen to me than take advise from Mom!
The bedroom was full of childhood items — sports trophies, toys, jewelry, clothes, school papers, and stuff animals. She was a good age to help with the clean-up and ready to change her room into a teenager room.Continue reading “Organizing a Child’s Room”