Need a jump start?

Okay, I’m trying out a theory here. I believe many people who would really love to get some organizing help are reluctant to reach out because they’re worried it will take a long time and cost a lot.

I won’t lie, sometimes they are right.

But sometimes what people really need is just a jump start.

 

So, I am now offering jump start sessions. They are shorter than my regular sessions and are priced to give you the maximum value.

You will:

  • get hands-on help with the area of your choice,
  • learn the best techniques and tricks to get organized and stay that way,
  • receive a game plan of what to do next and how to maintain your shiny new organized space.

Examples of areas you can choose: desk, closet, pantry, bathroom. If you have another idea, run it by me! I can’t promise we will finish, but I can guarantee that you will end up waaaay more organized than you are now.

You also get free weekly check-in messages to help you stay on track. Staying organized means developing good new habits, such as remembering to do what you learned. The messages are designed to remind you and keep you inspired.

What would it be worth to you to find the things you need when you need them, instead of wasting time every day? Spending just two hours with me will continue to pay off as you make the simple practices I show you part of your life. This session costs only $175 and I guarantee it will overcome your significant organizing issues and give you exactly the solutions you need.

Let’s get those jumper cables out! Contact me to get your jump.

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Computer Cord Organizer

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Originally posted 2014-01-21 12:12:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The MOS organizer is a beautiful thing. I’m guessing its designers are Apple fans because the packaging is equally beautiful and clever; the device sits in a drawer in its box and you pull an orange ribbon tab to slide it open.

I love it when office supplies are fun and nice to look at. No one should have to put up with dull, strictly utilitarian stuff at home or at work. This little gizmo has a very pleasing round edged shape and comes in a matte finish aluminum that complements my Macbook.

The MOS solves a problem I didn’t realize I had until I saw what it does. Now I realize how annoying it’s been to reach blindly around the floor under my desk for my laptop power cord or phone charger. It holds the cords with a strong magnet, so I can pop some paper clips on there too, if I want.

The company is running a Kickstarter program for their next product, a superior audio cable paired with a smaller version of the MOS, the Menos (nice play on the words “mas” (the MOS) and “menos” for you Spanish speakers). Judging from the quality, utility and beauty of the current product, the new additions will be terrific.

In the Kickstarter video, they say they’re waging a war against car clutter. Gotta love that!

You can read about the newbies and pledge money here: MOS Spring and MOS Menos. The campaign ends Saturday, so hop on over.

Time Management is You Management

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Originally posted 2008-06-27 15:20:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Here are some helpful hints from Jan Hayner for managing your time, courtesy of the Clutter Control Freak Blog (sponsored by Stacks and Stacks, which has some fab organizing products).
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These hints are especially helpful for those of you who have a hard time saying no. This means scheduling things during lunch so that you have no break time (not to mention no lunch) and otherwise feeling compelled to fill up your entire schedule with requests from others.

Remind yourself that others need not be in charge of your schedule. Even if it seems that they do, it never hurts to ask, “Can we meet at 10 instead of 3 pm? That would work better for me.” Or “I’ve got 45 minutes Tuesday afternoon. If that’s not enough time, can we schedule it for later in the week?” Controlling your time doesn’t mean being self-centered and rigid.