Obligations, responsibilities, ambitions, travel, project planning … life is constantly moving! Decisions always need to be made and schedules are sometimes difficult to pin down. The accumulation of items that enter our homes, enter our lists and enter our minds is inevitable!
The kids come home from school with their many papers to be reviewed, forms to be filled out, and schoolwork/artwork that require a “home”. Deliveries and mail are always at the door, needing to be opened, sorted and put away. Clean (and dirty) laundry is wherever you and your family left it after getting dressed, trying not to be late to the next obligation or event. The trail of misplaced bills, keys, cards, notes, and lists make it difficult to focus or find anything when you need it.
Everyone has personal goals – we are attempting to live in the moment, engage in hobbies, exercise, improve our quality of life, keep up with EVERYTHING, and not fall behind. It can become overwhelming.
Disorganization happens to all of us! Nobody has it all together all the time, no one is perfect, and no one expects you to become perfect (what an unworthy goal, anyway). Getting organized certainly does not mean your home needs to resemble a showroom. Individuals and families quite rarely function that way. Organization is about you finding what you need when you need it.
The value of working with a Professional Organizer who is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), is the great advantage of an unbiased, nonjudgmental, experienced and educated, fresh pair of eyes whose goal is solely to assist you. A Professional Organizer can help you make decisions about how to handle clutter and provide solutions for your particular items, while considering your needs, and goals.
Declutter My Clutter assists in clearing the clutter, creating much-needed space, setting up organizational systems by considering landing places and habits, as well as offering the strategies to help you continue to maintain those organization structures put into place!
When systems are into place that make it simple to always find something when you need it and new habits are maintained, you can concentrate on just living your life!