JANUARY IS NATIONAL GET ORGANIZED MONTH
--Make Organizing a New Year's Resolution--
Are you buried in paper? Do you spend more time looking for your keys than actually driving? Instead of feeling relaxed when you come home, do you feel frustrated and overwhelmed? Maybe the first item on your new year's resolution list should be "get organized."
January is national Get Organized (GO) Month, created by the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). "January is the perfect month to get organized and start your new year off right," says NAPO President Standolyn Robertson. "Getting organized is one of the top five New Year's resolutions people make."
Thousands of people call professional organizers to help them every day, but how do you determine if you are ready to ask for professional help?
"If you feel so overwhelmed that you don't know where to start, it's a good time to call a professional," says Sara Long, of Sara Long Organizing in Brookhaven, PA. "You can also call an organizer if you want help with a closet or your files, or to delegate tasks such as organizing your rolodex."
Sara Long Organizing can help you with your home office, files, bookshelves, photo collections, closets, kitchens, bedrooms, project rooms, and more. Sara Long Organizing also provides virtual assistance services, such as organizing contact lists and mailings.
Sara Long is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and its Greater Philadelphia Chapter. Sara Long Organizing is committed to bringing clients friendly, patient, respectful, and confidential service. If you're ready to say "so long" to clutter, visit www.saralong.com today.
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