Well, here it is December… already, or finally, depending on how 2018 has treated you! Things have been pretty good here at Your Organizing Business and for the rest of the year I’ll be highlighting some of the important features that you may have missed. I was pleased to interview five professional organizers, shown in the above collage. If you…
As a blogger, you need to look at your analytics from time to time to see how you’re doing. I probably don’t review mine as often as I should, but I do like to check them at the end of each year. There are a few benefits to this practice: I get to see which posts have been the most…
Attending my first NAPO Conference last year was such an amazing experience that at the time I’d have had a hard time choosing a single highlight. Looking back a year later, I realize that the greatest reward was the opportunity to network face-to-face with a large number of organizers and coaches I’d met before, either in person or online, and…
This is such an exciting time of year… not just because of the holidays, but because it’s the perfect time to reflect on our successes and remember those who have helped us along the way. Today I’d like to pause from my regular schedule and acknowledge everyone who has supported Your Organizing Business during 2012.
Most of the professional organizers I’ve met either run their own business or are employed by other organizers, so when I learned that Janice Simon works as an in-house organizer, I was intrigued and had lots of questions to ask her. Fortunately, she agreed to let me share her answers with you.
With 2011 drawing to a close, it’s time for something that’s become an annual tradition here at Your Organizing Business. For my final post of the year, I’d like to acknowledge the many professional organizers and other supporters who have shared their time and expertise with my readers in some way.
One of the wonderful things about the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival is the opportunity to connect with organizing consultants with a wide range of specialties. Today I’ve invited Ellen Delap, who is one of our Professional Organizers Blog Carnival Star Bloggers, to tell us about hers.
When you started your business, you probably had no trouble fitting both your paperwork and your clients into your schedule, but now that things have taken off, you may be thinking about bringing other people on board. Before you take this step, find out what’s involved by reading my interview with Janice Russell, CPO-CD, COC of Minding Your Matters® Organizing.