PRLog - July 5, 2011 - RALEIGH, N.C. -- CARY, N.C. -- Does clutter in your home drive you crazy? Do you feel like no matter how hard you try, organization is impossible?
Local Professional Organizer Janice Russell breaks down how to achieve organization with lasting results™ in her new audio, "Home in on Home Organization."
"It often seems impossible, but it's not," said Russell, Overseer of Order at Minding Your Matters Organizing.®
The three-part audio starts by defining clutter: anything we don't need, want or use that destroys our space, time or energy. Russell then explains how our daily habits, activities and even the way our mind works can impact our ability to organize.
In the audio, Russell explains:
The foundation and principles necessary to get organized
Why you may have had trouble getting organized in the past
How to use a department store model to organize your rooms
The dos and don'ts of organizing
Tips for the best and worst containers
A "walk through" of each room in your house with tips for organizing each space
How to think about your real estate and using it to the max
"Getting organized is not necessarily the same as making everything neat and perfect," Russell said. "The goal is to make sure you can find your stuff when you want to and don't feel overwhelmed by our clutter."
The new audio follows Russell's other useful podcasts, including "Stop Letting Stuff Overwhelm You" and "Tackle the No-Time Trap." All three are available on the Minding Your Matters® website at www.mindingyourmatters.com.
Minding Your Matters® is an organizing firm based in Cary, North Carolina. Since its founding in 2002, Minding Your Matters has built a reputation for helping business and residential clients organize their space, items, documents, and time using the flexible structure principle™. This principle is based on the fact that clients want organization to provide structure in their current environment, yet they want the flexibility to easily “tweak” these systems as their personal or professional situation changes. For more information, please visit www.mindingyourmatters.com or call 919-467-7058.