Do you fit into one of these categories: Homeowner, parent, corporate professional, or person? If so, chances are you probably need some help organizing. Hiring a professional organizer both gets you organized and helps you stay that way. Most organizers work as compassionate “coaches” who train clients on staying organized. Here are some great local organizers you can call on when the clutter becomes too much to handle.
Michelle Santaferraro – Organomics
As the founder and Chief Organizing Officer, Santaferraro believes nothing is more personal than your space and nothing is more valuable than your time. Organomics excels at professional organizing and making it a personal learning experience. Clients learn how their personality, preferences, and work style provide a backdrop for order in their life. Michele’s 17 years of experience and unique approach to organizing have received national acclaim among Fortune 500 companies and customer testimonials.
Meghan Siddall – Streamlined Living Colorado
Streamlined Living started with the mission of making their customer’s lives simpler, one task at a time. After several years of working in “Corporate America” as a Project Scheduler, Meghan opened Streamlined Living after cleaning and organizing several rooms for her family in Wisconsin. It was then that she realized her knack for sifting through clutter. Meghan does it all, from organizing and decluttering to personal concierge services.
Pro Tip: Only hire from the National Association for Professional Organizers (NAPO)
Both Michelle and Meghan are members of NAPO – an organization dedicated to bringing order and efficiency to people’s lives. With over 4,000 organizing and productivity professionals nationwide, there is sure to be a member living somewhere near you. Their website is full of articles and research for customers to review for their educational purposes and to increase public awareness.
Getting organized is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. Unfortunately, life often gets in the way, and this goal slowly falls to the wayside. Hiring a professional organizer is the best way to get on track, and learn some helpful tips to stay that way.