By 2011 I had organized office papers and coordinated programs for quite awhile. It was time to stop sitting in front of a computer and start searching for my next path. One of my discoveries was professional organizing. Wow, I could do that! Being a little cautious, I kept my part-time job and looked for organizing work on the side. In 2013 I realized that I needed to go for it. I quit my job and became a full-time professional organizer. It has been a wonder to me to see how right this path is. I enjoy providing services that help people release their clutter and make their spaces more manageable. Ahhh!
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National Association of Professional Organizers, 2012-current
NAPO-San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, 2012-current
Volunteer positions include:
Current co-editor of the NAPO-SFBA Chapter newsletter
Coordinator for the SFBA East Bay Neighborhood Meetings, Sept 2013- Sept 2014
Summer 2017 – Transitions. Need help with change? Breathe, talk to a friend, or have a good cry. See cool microscope pictures of tears here. Article about dealing with papers when you retire. How do you decide what clothes to keep or go? See this blog post from 2 organizing gals! 5 years as a professional organizer reached!
Winter 2017 – Get Organized Month offer. “How to lighten your clutter load, Part 2, by Marni Jameson. Get the Garage Butler if you want help remembering to close your garage door. Check out my updated website! May 2017 be a wonderful year for you and yours.
Fall 2016 – “How to lighten your clutter load, Part 1” by Marni Jameson, Use a donation app to quantify and track your donations – trying out Donation Assistant by Tax Act. Protect your privacy article: http://www.consumerreports.org/privacy/66-ways-to-protect-your-privacy-right-now/. And last, but not least was an update on my washi tape collection: it has continued to grow and I really need to start making greeting cards!
April 2016 – Aloha spirit is alive and well by taking a relaxing break and letting yourself recharge. Clutter can be healthy and actually help the creative process and productivity (see the article here). Addicted to washi tape and how to stop impulse buying. Summer camp blues: keeping 11 weeks of information organized with a spreadsheet (ask me if you’re interested).
Jan 2016 – Unmet expectations meant I sent my holiday cards after Christmas, Predictions for the Year of the Monkey, Austin Kleon’s “Process is Messy”, and a blog about dreaming of your perfect basement: Cleaning Out The Basement. Offer for getting organized still available until January 31st!
Dec 2015 – Inspired by Kacy Paide to write a newsletter, “Show Your Work” by Austin Kleon gives me marketing advice, use “Baby steps” to start an organizing project, and Get Organized in January offer – $100 for 2 hour session ($150 value).