If you have found yourself buried in files and paperwork, shuffling papers form one side of the desk to the other as you look for something specific, you may benefit from the help of a professional organizer.
Keep reading to learn more about what it is that professional organizers do and what they don't do.
What a Professional Organizer Can Do for You
1. Create a plan of action: A professional organizer will come to your space and look at your current set up. They will consider what you want to keep and what can go. They will use all of this information to come up with a plan of action. The plan will dictate the approach they take to get your space properly organized.
2. Help with the physical organization: A professional organizer will come out and physically help you to get everything organized. They will assist you with having a system for separating what you want to keep, what you want to throw away, and what you want to donate or sell. They will help you get rid of what you don't want and organize the items that are staying.
3. Help construct your organization system: The professional organizer is not a construction worker, but they can often construct shelves and storage spaces. If they feel the task is more than they can take on, they will have a crew occupancy them to take care of this job.
4. Label and clearly identify organizational systems: The professional organizer will come up with a labeling system for you and help you implement it. They may use a label maker to label drawers, cabinets, and other spaces to make it clear what goes in each.
5. Put everything in its place: The last thing a professional organizer will do for you is to help you to put everything in its proper place once the systems are built and labeled.
2. What a Professional Organizer Won't Do for You
1. Clean your house or office: A professional organizer is not there to help you to clean the space. They will help you with the items to be organized, but they are not going to help you create free space by washing your dishes or folding your laundry.
2. Build an office space: The professional organizer will help to have your organizational spaces built or put together and put in place. However, they are not there to put together a desk for you and hang better lighting.
Learn more by contacting local professional organizers.