Lois and Gary live in the family home, but are ready to transition to a smaller place. They've found a nice 2-bedroom apartment, and is ready to put down first and last months' rent, and are now faced with deciding what to keep and what to get rid of (and who should get what they don't want.)
Seth is a man who likes simple solutions. He's tired of having to figure out which cord leads to which appliance when he needs to unplug something. He wants to open his little filing cabinet and know exactly where to put what and if there's anything that no longer needs to be there. He's tired of clutter, yet he's afraid "out of sight, out of mind."
Alison is ready to start her own business. She has attended all the local seminars, read countless books and blog posts, and has even written a formal business plan. However, she knows that once she puts that plan into action, she must devote all her waking hours to keeping it in motion, and she's not sure her home office is set up as well as it should be.
The very fact that you're here says it all: it’s no longer a matter of whether the glass is half full or half empty, it’s overflowing and you’re running on empty. There are lots of professional organizers out there to choose from. So why FTF?
A former librarian, Sue knows that for any organizational scheme to work, it must correspond with the needs, values, abilities and limitations of those who will be using it; in other words, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. So while established practices such as grouping like-with-like are excellent starting points, ultimately they need to be customized to your particular situation. And since Sue is also an editor, she understands that, just as with multiple drafts of a manuscript, developing the right set of strategies requires specific, timely and constructive feedback. Too, as a member of the Professional Organizers in Canada, she has completed the coursework for their Trained Professional Organizer Program.
This powerhouse combination means that with Sue, your home or office not only benefits from an extra pair of hands, but from a mindset that won't prioritize principles over personalization.
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