THE BEE HAS LANDED - and that is a good thing
It is my promise to you that I will help you
achieve your organizing goals.
hire a professional organizer? The answer is simple. I provide expertise, focus, leadership and
humor (often all at the same time!) I'm responsible for the plan of action and for keeping us on track and working toward
your goals. I also make certain that we are working on manageable projects and I watch carefully to make certain you
remain energized and involved in the process.
I selected a bee to represent my business because she (90 percent of all
bees are female) is a remarkable worker. She is efficient, industrious, and focused. She has been known to fly over five miles
a day as she goes about her work (I wear a Fitbit, and let's just say I often exceed 5 miles a day) . Each action a bee takes produces an important outcome, whether it is
directions to a fabulous food source, cooling for the hive or delicious honey. I relate to the bee every time I work
with a client. It is my job to take care of the "hive" and to go confidently in the direction of my client's
Nothing makes a beekeeper more nervous than her bees panicking and abandoning the hive.
A swarm forms when the bees no longer sense order. My job is to help you avoid swarming and to gently guide you back
to the hive with kindness, understanding and a plan. Organizing can be a challenging process, but with the right leadership
and experience, it can be a rewarding and life-changing experience.
Assessing the Hive and Cost of Honey (fee structure)
I will gather quite a bit of information during our email correspondence
or initial phone call. I'll ask lots of questions and listen intently. If you are ready to move forward, we'll
get an appointment scheduled. My fee structure is simple: I charge $70/hour for residental clients and $90/hour
for corporate/coaching clients. Why the difference? The corporate world requires more time, research, and involves
more moving parts. And, depending on where you are located, there may be a travel fee, which we will discuss right away so
there are no surprises.
The Buzz in Books
Clients often ask me to recommend a good book...or two...or three about the organizing process. Here are
a few of my favorites (click on the title and you will be taken to Amazon's website where you can read more about the book):
It's All Too Much, by Peter Walsh
The More of Less, by Joshua Becker
Organizing from the Inside Out, by Julie Morgenstern
ADD Friendly Ways to Organize Your LIfe, by Judith Kolberg andKathleen Nadeau
Organized for Success, by Stephanie Winston
The Organized Student, by Donna Golberg
Making Time Work for You, by Harold Taylor
Crazy Busy by Edward M Hallowell, MD
The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg
Daring Greatly, by Brene Brown
Better Than Before, by Gretchen Rubin
The Organized Admin, by Julie Perrine
The Myth of Multitasking, by Dave Crenshaw