The Art of Organizing: Who else would you pay to look in your underwear drawer?


The Art of Organizing, to quote Fort Minor, “is ten percent luck, twenty percent skill, fifteen percent concentrated power of will, five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain, and a hundred percent reason to remember the name!” Organizing as a profession is as complex as the Biltmore is large. Imagine telling someone that the things they equate with life are really the things that impede them from enjoying life. That’s why I believe in order to be an organizer you also need to be a…

{therapist} We help people make very difficult decisions everyday, walking with them through painful experiences, past hurts, and broken dreams. We listen and we lift up. We see it all, not even your actual therapist sees your underwear drawer.

{designer} Not only do we organize but we also design your space. Closets, shelving, storage containers all help to organize your space.

{mathematician} It takes a lot of math skills to be able to strategically fit and place all that we do and still make it look nice.

{weightlifter} Your stuff is heavy, that’s why you haven’t moved it in 10 years.

{artist} We create art out of clutter. Collections are displayed, photographs are hung; we help you enjoy what you have and inspire when we leave.

{teacher} Our job is to teach you how to get and stay organized, basically working ourselves out of a job.

{entrepeneur} We are managing our own business at the same time we are organizing yours.

Our job is extremely challenging but the end product is very rewarding. I love my job and grateful that I can employ all these skills to help others lead healthier, happier lives.

4 thoughts on “The Art of Organizing: Who else would you pay to look in your underwear drawer?

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