The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) says, "Professional Organizers use tested principles and expertise to enhance the lives of clients. By designing custom organizing systems and teaching organizing skills, they help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper piles, their lives!"

The Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) designation is an experience and exam-based certification for professionals who have met specific minimum standards, and proven through examination and client interaction that they possess the requisite body of knowledge and experience.

Billions of dollars are lost every year in companies all over the world due to wasted time, lost documents, over ordered supplies, misplaced files and tired, stressed out employees.

A Certified Professional Organizer has the skills and experience to develop a strategy and create repeatable systems to keep things calm, organized, tidy, productive and efficient...thereby saving companies money and increasing the bottom line.

That depends on how much space we're organizing and how quickly decisions are made. Each organizing session is different and each company is different. Organizing is a process, not an end result.
Yes, we take advantage of technology as it makes sense within the context of an organizing project. This includes but isn't limited to using pictures or video to help understand a situation, utilizing phone or Skype between on-site or in lieu of on-site sessions and using the internet for email or cloud technology solutions.


Moleskine notebooks

The Last Notebook You'll Ever Need

August 19, 2015

In my seminars I talk a lot about having ONE notebook for all your notes/phone numbers/ideas. I discovered Moleskine when I moved to Paris in 1999 and haven't looked back.

Filing Cart

The Filing Cabinet that Isn't

August 21, 2015

When I work with clients in their offices, they often tell me, "When it's out of sight, it's out of mind."

Organizing Checklist

How to Keep it Together

August 24, 2015

Repeat after me, "like with like." This is a simple mantra that I teach all my clients to make organizing really simple.


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