“When I needed a team to help me work with a client on a week-long intensive cleanout, Nancy was a great asset! She found common ground with the client, built trust, made her feel comfortable, and helped her make tough decisions about letting go of her stuff. Her approach is calm, non-judgmental, and confident.”
Wendy, Professional Organizer
CONGRATULATIONS to Mabel Stefanidis winner of an organizing session at the 2014 Sts. Constantine
& Helen Festival Silent Auction!
"I know it's here somewhere!" How many times have you heard yourself utter these words when looking for your wallet, your keys, the permission slip that needs to be signed, your glasses or the remote control? And isn't it amazing how much stuff we accumulate? It's enough to give you a headache! Living in a clutter-free, orderly home is possible, and we can help.
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With cooler temperatures, falling leaves and school buses dotting the roads, it's time to fall into organizing. What better place to begin than the entrance to your home. Choose the entryway space your family uses most often to keep unwanted items from making it past the door.
~ Corral footwear and the dirt and debris underfoot with a boot tray. Mud-soaked cleats, wet leaves stuck to soles and garden galoshes immediately upon arriving.
~ Every family member has a place to hang his, or her, bag with a simple peg rack set by the door. Or, be creative with separate hooks of any shape and size attached to the wall in the pattern of your choice.
~ Odd items like water bottles, dog leashes and baseball hats can all find homes in a vertical hanging accessory holder thanks to Velcro tabs. Whether hung on a closet rod or from a hook on the wall, miscellaneous doo-dads are easily found while taking up minimal space.
Congratulations to the New England Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO-NE) for receiving a Citation from Governor Deval Patrick in recognition of its dedication and commitment in the field of professional organizing.
What a day we had at the NAPO-NE Conference and Expo! Hundreds turned out to take advantage of the many recycling and donation opportunities. Our Chapter member professional organizers held breakout sessions speaking on topics ranging from Organizing Kids to Downsizing for Seniors to Green Organizing - and everything in between - to standing room only crowds. And the expo hall was full and bustling all day long.
Many thanks to my fellow Conference and Expo committee members, Jennifer and Rubina and especially to our event chair, Wendy!
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Family Yard Sale at Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Andover, MA. Special thanks also to Audrey from Project Home Again who assisted in the delivery of donation items to Project Home Again's warehouse and Andover Memorial Hall Library.
It was so exciting to attend 'An Evening with Peter Walsh to Benefit Aidan's Playground', hosted by the Littleton Children's Fund. Peter Walsh, professional organizing guru of international fame, host of TLC's hit TV series Clean Sweep and author of numerous books, including It's All Too Much was so gracious and entertaining. Peter shared insights and stories from his many years of working with people all over the world, helping them organize their life and their stuff. Thanks for the autograph, Peter!
Did you know that there are national organizing 'holidays' beginning with January - Get Organized (GO) Month. Celebrate each 'holiday' and you can begin to clear the clutter, one drawer or closet at a time. You've taken the first step by findingeveryday ORGANiZiNG.