2017 Conference Highlights – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

2017 Conference Highlights – Professional Organizers Blog Carnival

For the first Professional Organizers Blog Carnival of 2018, I invited my readers to submit posts about the conferences they attended during 2017.

Attending a professional conference is often the highlight of the year!Click To Tweet

I was delighted to read about the NAPO Annual Conference & Organizing Expo, the North East Regional Conference for Professional Organizers (NERCPO), the CT Conference on Hoarding, and Blogger Bash NYC (BBNYC).

Check out the following posts to learn more about these exciting events! It might help you decide which ones to attend in the future.

Please show the contributors your appreciation by leaving comments and sharing their posts (or this one) on social media, using the hashtag #POBC.

 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post
Hazel ThorntonNetworking for Introvertsorg4life.com
Stacey Agin MurrayNAPO Conference 2017: Power Poses, Products, and Professional Organizers in Pittsburghorganizedartistry.com
Seana TurnerInsights From A Day Awaytheseanamethod.com
Julie BestryPaper Doll’s NAPO 2017 Recap: Schooling the Organizersjuliebestry.com
Sarah Soboleski3 Highlights From My Talk At The CT Conference on Hoardingcocounselingct.com
Neena NandagopalBlogger Bash NYC 2017 – An Inside Lookalmostpractical.com
Schae LewisThe People of NAPO2017mission2organize.com
Olive WagarNAPO 2017 (Pittsburgh + Professional Organizers = Happy Fun!)organizedbyolive.com
 Name of Blogger Title of Post Link to Post

Thanks to everyone who shared their conference experiences!

I’m now accepting submissions for next month’s Professional Organizers Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Organizing Tools for Your Legacy. Our sponsor will be Hazel Thornton of Organized for Life, who defines “legacy” as follows:

A legacy is anything left behind when you die. It can be a gift of money or property left to someone in a will. It can be a body of wisdom captured in a published book, or the ongoing good deeds of a non-profit organization that you founded. It could be the wonderful warm memories of friendship and family that never die.

A legacy can also be the consequences of neglect. It could be a house full of clutter that no one knows what to do with. Or the lack of a will and a designated executor, leading to confusion and more money and time being spent on your estate than it is worth.

I can’t wait to see what you come up with! You have until 7 PM EST on Tuesday, February 20 to make your submission.

In the meantime, please leave a comment about the conferences you plan to attend this year!

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A former professional organizer, I’m now a Web Designer and Care Plan Specialist. I love helping others succeed by sharing the knowledge and insight I’ve gained through marketing my own business for over 15 years! When I’m away from my desk, I enjoy reading, photography, watching movies, and cooking.

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