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Professional Organizers for your home or office
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73% 0f Parents say their children help with Spring Cleaning.
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40% of Women make the kitchen their priority when spring cleaning and 36% of men make the garage theirs.
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One of the biggest parts of spring cleaning is getting rid of clutter that you don't need. Use these resources to clear out your stuff. Plan a garage sale. Learn how to box up items you don't need. Find out how to donate items that are taking up space. Take advantage of the natural urge that comes each spring to get rid of items that are weighing you down and begin fresh with a more streamlined lifestyle. While we may have a tendency to hoard and hold on to items in the winter, we generally are more ready to let go of clutter when spring arrives.
Trust me. Cleaning will be a lot easier when the clutter is gone.
Beginning Organization Steps......
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Declutter Your Home Printable Checklist
Do you ever get overwhelmed with the cleaning to-do list? I definitely do. So, I broke my home into rooms and then I broke those rooms into areas. These are the things that often get overlooked or passed over and called good enough. Now, when I (think) I have ten minutes, I can find a task that will take about that long and actually get something accomplished.
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Sentimentality is the enemy of cleanliness.
By J. Bryan Lowder
It can be hard to part with the crap that clutters our homes, especially when we are not yet aware that it is crap.http://ow.ly/5Dsu309l1vU

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What makes Clutterbusters so good? Why the owner Betsy Fein, of course. Her leadership and personal expertise makes Clutterbusters the best "get organized" company around. If you haven't read this article from 2013, read it today.
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Round up the right tools. It is essential that you clear your office of piles and put all documents in an upright position so that you can quickly locate them without digging. Whether you use filing cabinets, filing crates or filing boxes is a personal choice. Just make sure you have some sort of filing system.
We understand that with a busy work schedule keeping up with the paperwork may be hard. And before you know it, your desk/office may look like this. Contact us today at 1-866-CLUTTER. We will help you find your desk and potentially give you a better productive work day!
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Say no to paper!!!
Only print out paperwork if it’s completely necessary. If you do print something out, recycle it once you’ve completed the task you used it for.
Kick Post-Its to the curb. Post-its look messy and are easy to lose track of. Keep a notebook on your desk next to your keyboard instead and get in the habit of using it. If you use it every day, you’re bound to see your reminders written down.
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Everything needs a place. As you clean out your office and deal with future paperwork, consider the mantra — everything needs a place. Remember the mnemonic “RAT” (so you won’t be a Pack RAT) to each piece of paper that crosses your desk. That is, you should decide to Retain it, Act on it or Toss it.
These same rules apply to e-mails and electronic files. Your computer desktop is not the place for documents to be floating around; they belong in files. As e-mails come in, you should delete them, file them, or read them and reply immediately.
Contact us today to get an estimate for your office! 1-866-CLUTTER
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Whether it is at home or at your office, your desk is meant to be the hub of your productivity, but it also becomes a dumping ground. Littered with all kinds of paper, mementos and personal items, it resembles chaos, not order, which can cause stress and waste time. Recent statistics reveal that the average executive wastes 150 hours per year searching for lost documents. One in 20 documents is lost and never recovered.
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