Does de-cluster your living space come to your mind in new year resolution? For me, it has always been a goal I set. De-cluster or organizing are so important to someone like me, a single mother with a demanding full time job. I have many friends asked me, how do you manage all of this? one key reason is to be very organized so that only prioritized activities can be on my list.
You might not think household organizing is not a profession as it is so deeply involved in our daily activities. However, even in this basic day-to-day routine, professional organizing service can really help you to start at a different level, especially if you are buried in this planned action and still could not get it started.
Professional organizing services don’t just simply putting your stuff in an organized cabinet or containers. It actually more involved with your needs including emotional needs and physical needs.
Emotionally, we all have memories we want to keep and sentimental materials we don’t know what to decide to do with. Professional organizers ask the right questions to clarify the confusions and drive to a decision that makes the most sense to you. It can be a soccer shirt for your kid, or a happy mother’s day card that you want to keep, They are professionally supporting your needs through non-judgemental questions to help you to decide.
Physically, how much space do you have and how much space do you need? it is an important balance that we want to drive. As much as some of us want to keep everything stored “just in case”, it is normally done at the price of sacrificing our daily space needed. To find a good balance can excite you about your home while feeling at ease on what household items to keep.
Lastly, you might find that your professional organizers can dispose your items through donating to an organization that you support, or selling them in a used sales to generate cash for your next project etc.
To me the best thing about hiring a professional is to give me a fresh start and I can go from here with more skills to manage on my own.