I should’ve known from the start I was meant to be a professional organizer. For as long as I can remember, I’ve gravitated towards organizing books and magazines. And as a kid LOVED doing organizing makeovers… whether or not they were wanted by the recipients 🙂
A key thing I’ve learned thanks to my organizing training, experience with clients AND self:
We ALL have different organizing needs: what works for your best friend, mom or me may be something completely unworkable for you.
Sometimes it’s as easy as trying a few new things and seeing what clicks. Those little changes can add up to big results! (Check out my 5 Fab Finds, below, for ideas.)
If you’re wanting faster and bigger results, LET ME KNOW! I can help you get that more organized life by:
- determining what’s going on (this often overlooked step is crucial)
- helping you create a personalized Organize Your Life action plan
- doing the work for you – OR – working together with you
And, I can help you do it no matter where you live! SO… if you’re ready to finally get it together (whether it’s one area or every area), simply send me an email at angela @ AngelaHarrisDesign. com … to set up a complimentary 20-minute call to get more info and we can see if I can help. It could be one of the best decisions and investments you make all year. One that:
- frees up time
- saves you money
- allows you to MAKE more money
- creates a less chaotic, more peaceful (enjoyable!) lifestyle
Now … Back to my magazine love! Check out these Five Fabulous (Organizing Mag) Finds:
Why I xoxo: Whether or not you have kids, getting stuff ready to go the night before helps your morning start off much happier. And I love this little tote that holds the extra things that tend to get lost in the morning rush.
Why I xoxo: When workspace is needed, but you don’t want to add bulk to a room, a glass-top desk is a great option. It’s a sleek, streamline look (if it’s not topped with clutter!!) that’s functional and stylish.
Why I xoxo: The inside of cabinet doors are great places to keep handy things you need easy access to (grocery list, important phone numbers) without having it clutter up a bulletin board or fridge door.
Why I xoxo: These containers not only contain, they’re topless. By reducing the extra steps of taking lid off + putting it back on, time is saved (those little actions add up) and users more apt to use! And labels …. love, love labels!
Why I xoxo: Love having a little work station next to a bigger one. This enables your little one to be nearby (but occupied!) when you have to get stuff done. And easy access to (age appropriate) art + craft stuff is such a great thing for kids. While I don’t claim to have all of the parenting (or life, for that matter) answers, setting up art supplies for my kids to be able to dive in to – one of my best + favorite moves!
Do you crave the more organized lifestyle these pics portray? If so, I’d love to talk to see how we can make it a reality for you!