storage-unit-rentalIn my line of work as a Certified Professional Organizer®, I encourage folks to let go of items – whether it be in a house or in an office…or in a storage facility. Many of my clients have paid over one thousand dollars per year on storage unit rental. More often than not, the fees they paid are far more than the value of the items which they are storing. Paying $12,000 to store $1,000 worth of items? That is not a good use of financial resources.   However, there are times when storage unit rental is needed:

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Certified Professional Organizer® As a Certified Professional Organizer®, I love office organization products - whatever I can find to help clients get organized. I’m not a binder girl, but this might change my mind. I attended the Expo at the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) Conference in New Orleans last week and had the opportunity to review different organizing products that are coming to market.

Professional Organizer Gives Spring Organizing Tips for Your Home:

Decluttering, Getting Organized & Celebrating EARTH DAY!

Professional Organizer in San AntonioIn our line of work as a professional organizer in San Antonio, we encourage people to free themselves of as much clutter as possible in as "green" a way as possible. Since Earth Day is coming up on April 22, we thought we'd list a few resources that will help you with spring organizing your home and will spare landfills from lead, mercury and other toxins. Some charge a fee, which is a small price to pay for ridding your home of annoying clutter and saving the earth. Some are non-profits, so be sure to ask about a receipt for donations.

Angela-by-Luc-Besson-Travel-Tips-for-ParisWhat is the best way to get organized for travel? There are many steps you need to take, but one of my favorite travel tips may seem a little odd: learn about the destination. Whenever we are planning our next adventure, we load up on movies that were filmed in the country to which we’re headed. We look for sites and restaurants that we might be interested in experiencing. We also listen to the language so that it won’t be completely foreign to us when we arrive. We know we won’t become fluent, but we’ll pick up enough words and phrases to greet and thank folks in the language of their country, which often gets us much better service. Since we have some friends who are headed to France next summer, here are
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