It can plague any home – and it probably followed you into 2011: stuff. Knick-knacks, clothing, clutter, papers, receipts. We stash away an old jumbled pile – out of sight, out of mind – only to have to face it again in the future. Stop making more work for yourself and G.O. this January, which is Get Organized month.
Finders Keepers complimentary Saturday workshops are back to help you jumpstart your goals and we”re bringing you four of Atlanta”s savviest organizational professionals who will teach you how to make the process easier and more effective.
Jan. 8: Creative Order
Suellen Germani, certified life coach and organizer, will help you clear the road to your goals by helping you identify and eliminate your life clutter, which often claims the time, space, and energy that could instead be used to pursue your passions. Her workshop will outline four key elements to developing an organized lifestyle, which includes exploring the important emotional aspect surrounding our “stuff.” Learn more at www.creativeorder.com
Jan. 15: Chaos to Comfort
Susan Fox is a true warrior of stuff and can help you declare battle on the piles of I”ll-get-to-it-when-I-can-or-when-I-figure-out-where-to-stick-it clutter taking over your house.# Learn how to reclaim every inch of your home and make the space you have work harder for you. Susan”s service, Chaos 2 Comfort, has been written up in the Wall Street Journal for her organizational know-how. Learn more at www.chaos2comfort.net
Jan. 22: Creating your own Sanctuary
Carey Lynn Quinn practices what she preaches: our mental states mirror our external environments. Maintaining tranquility and order within is easier when your surroundings work towards creating a sanctuary instead of creating stress. With a desire to share the secrets of serenity, she began OrganizeAtlanta in 2005. Carey Lynn will (neatly) spill the beans on a few critical steps to turn your own home into a place to truly recharge, regroup and relax.