Happy New Year!

What’s your New Year’s resolution?  Starting fresh and getting organized?  Skills like sorting, making decisions and follow through are necessary to declutter your living space—Yes, I know…creating livable spaces is easier said then done. At a recent conference I attended, Michael Tomkins, Phd, author and authority on clutter and hoarding behavior, challenged the audience to think about the word “need” when sorting stuff. Try this rule:  Ask yourself these three powerful questions when you are sorting your stuff to determine whether it’s something that should be tossed, donated or kept:

  • is my SAFETY at risk?
  • is my HEALTH at risk?
  • is my FINANCIAL WELFARE at risk?

Other rules that you need to consider when sorting:

  • If it’s broken…can you let it go?
  • How many of the same or similar thing do you have? Find balance.
  • If it’s not repaired or used in a “reasonable” amount of time (less then 6 months), can you let it go?

Dig deep and ask yourself:  Will your life be negatively effected if you get rid of “it”?  Have you felt anxiety or depression because you’ve been without “it”.  What void is “it” filling? Have you spent hours, days, or weeks looking for “it”?  I can help with with all these questions, and together we can make a difference!  Call/text/email Cazares Organizing today!

Dig deep and you will get results.

Just earned: NAPO Specialist Certificate in Residential Organizing

For me the purpose of earning this NAPO Specialist Certificate in Residential Organizing was three fold:

  • To focus on factors affecting the development and management of my business.
  • To gain a greater understanding and awareness of my Client Interaction by focusing on them, and relating to them through recognition and boundaries.  And to help transfer organizing skills.
  • The  classes also offer a variety of subjects to sharpen my current skill-sets, and to add new tools to my toolbox to expand my marketability and services.

I look forward to working with you and helping you feel the bright spot in organizing!