The History of Put It There After careers as a marketing executive in Corporate America and then as a residential Realtor, Michelle Cooper felt she was ready for a professional change. In a conversation with a friend and colleague, Michelle … Read More
We develop systems that work with you, your family and your lifestyle. Just because an idea works for someone else does not mean it is the right one for you.
- Break down tasks into small, manageable steps. Do not try to organize your entire house or even an entire room all in one day. Just completing one cabinet in the kitchen or one pile of papers in the office is an accomplishment to be proud of and is often enough to serve as motivation to continue.
- Make organizing and purging a constant project. It is easier and much less time consuming to spend 10-15 minutes on a regular basis than hours or even days once it gets out of control.
- Avoid “zig-zag organizing” where you are constantly running around your home relocating items from one area or room to another. Stay focused on completing the one task you have chosen to conquer.
- Know when to ask for help – whether it be a friend, family member or Professional Organizer.