Is hiring a home organizer worth it?

The real benefits of a home organizer, for anyone, are to eliminate the initial stress of tidying up and give you the tools to maintain a tidy home. If you would like to schedule a free 15″ call with me and learn how I can help you get organized, fill out the form below. For unwanted belongings, professional organizers can help plan for disposal, recycling, donation, or sale. Think about what type of professional organizer would be best for you and your family and then take advantage of the opportunity.

Professional organizers are generally worth it if you feel overwhelmed with your home and don't know where to start. Professional organizers address the challenge of organizing clutter by asking non-judgmental questions and providing honest feedback. It's important to have a team approach where you can tell the organizer how you want your space to work and together create a system that works for you. Even if you're watching an “organizing reality show,” in reality, it's anything but, Phillip says.

One of the biggest advantages of hiring a professional organizer is that you'll have someone (who you pay) to hold you accountable and keep clutter and organization a priority. Professional organizing is a profession that has existed for years, but that is gaining momentum as more people recognize the benefits that professional organizers can offer. If an organizing magic fairy comes and takes all that away from you, the cycle is more likely to continue. By hiring a NAPO member, an individual can expect a professional who meets industry standards and offers a fair and equitable home organizing experience.

While the job description is in the name, professional organizers can do a lot more than tidy up strange drawers, cabinets, and cabinets. Ideally, after the house has been tidy and organized, you won't need to hire a professional organizer again. Thanks to my first two organizational experiments, I am going to enter this larger scale with more confidence and a better understanding of how to make the most of professional organization. This is partly due to logistics (making a plan, developing a new system, learning that system), but it also has a lot to do with the emotional connection you have with your things and the fact that the organizer is teaching you through the process of potentially separating yourself from some of them.

The professional organizer can also review the available spaces and help create organization plans that can help the customer assess what items actually need to be packed. Sometimes, professional organizers have to reject projects because they don't fit what they can do.

Nicolás Sengbusch
Nicolás Sengbusch

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