On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizers Rachel Seavey and Janine Adams discuss using ancestry.com and how to research and organize your genealogy.
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On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey and Ellen Delap discuss:
Certified Professional Organizer Ellen Delap launched Professional-Organizer.com in 2000 in Houston, Texas.
Ellen works one on one with clients, streamlining their environment, creating effective strategies for an organized lifestyle and helping clients realize their organization and productivity goals.
Her niche is working with individuals and families with ADHD in their home and at work. She holds specialist certificates in ADD, Chronic Disorganization, Life Transitions, Work Place Productivity, Household Management, and Team Productivity. She is an Organizer Coach having completed the Coach Approach curriculum.
Ellen’s work has been featured on Smead podcasts, as a contributor to articles with the Associated Press, and as a regional speaker with the ADDA-Southern Region conferences. Ellen is past president of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and an member of the ADDA-Southern Region Professional Advisory Committee.
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer discusses holiday gifting for people who struggle with clutter.
Whether you have clutter yourself or you know someone disorganized, these two tips will help you figure out what to gift.
This holiday season collect moments not things. Give away what you are not using and spend time with people you love instead.
To see this episode on video check out my youtube channel at www.youtube.com/collectorcaretips
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses scheduling, and how dynamic your calendar can be at getting you organized.
If it isn't scheduled it most likely will NOT happen. Taking the time to strategize your organizational planning will make getting your home organized a breeze.
On this episode Rachel Discusses:
1. Identifying tasks that need to be done, and breaking them down in bite sized pieces.
2. Being realistic on how long it actually takes for you to get a task done.
3. Scheduling tasks electronically or manually in your calendar.
4. Showing up to do the work.
5. Trading expectation for appreciation.