You know that feeling when you go on a trip…and you’ve been out all day sightseeing or enjoying the pool/beach. And you come back to your room where someone has made the bed, brought fresh bathroom linens…Ahhh…and you can just collapse into relaxation. Anyone know and love that feeling?
Shouldn’t that be how we feel everything we enter our home? And to a certain extent, our places of work?
I am finding that most potential clients have reservations about a consult, because they “just don’t know where to start.” Well, Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was anyone’s disorganization. I find it helpful to start with a small project (a home linen closet or office supply closet for instance) because the client can being to learn organizational skills in a short spurt of time and get a positive affirmation that they are capable of implementing these skills in their everyday life. One way to think of a project whether it is a linen closet, basement, or moving into a new home/office, divide it into productivity or operational “real estate”.
Consider the 5 zones of productivity or operational “real estate”. Do items need to be within:
1) Arm’s reach
2) Same room, open storage
3) Same room, closed storage
4) Same building
Crisp Coordinator was created to help organize your space so you can focus on doing what you do best…without all the clutter. To schedule your free one hour consultation, click here