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Baltimore Organized Living Examiner moving to St. Louis Organized Home Examiner


Theresa Finnigin, Professional
Organizer at Ready Aim Organize

Writing for examiner.com is so great that after 15 months as the Baltimore Organized Living Examiner I’m continuing to write as the St. Louis Organized Home Examiner. It’s hard to believe that after 15 months and over 100 articles that I still have more organizing tips and tricks to share. If you want to continue reading, sign up at the St. Louis Organized Home Examiner page to receive the articles via e-mail.

As my final article as the Baltimore Organized Living Examiner I want to share with you 3 of my favorite organizing tips and my 3 favorite articles that are timeless!


Baltimore Harbor.

Favorite Organizing Tips:

If you can’t seem to find the time to finish a task or a project, schedule time to do it in advance. Think of it as a meeting with yourself. A meeting with yourself is just as important as a meeting with someone else.

Perfectionism is wasted time. Sometimes it just has to be good-enough, being less than perfect is ok.

You have 168 hours each week. Rather than running out of time, make time. When you start to say “I didn’t have time,” rephrase the statement to “I didn’t make time.” Take responsibility for your time!

Favorite Baltimore Organized Living Articles:

Reusable shopping bags

Stay organized when selling your home fast

Organize yourself for a job interview

Happy Organizing!

 
 
For more info: 
Ready Aim Organize - Ready Aim Organize is a St. Louis based professional organizing service. The mission of Ready Aim Organize is to rid homes and offices of clutter and chaos to ensure time is not wasted and each day is more productive and peaceful than the one before! Ready Aim Organize offers one-on-one customized solutions to target your clutter. Also available small business and virtual organizing. You can live anywhere in the United States and work with Ready Aim Organize! Call today for more information.
National Association of Professional Organizers - To find a local organizer to work with you to get organized, visit NAPO.net
 

Comments

  • Rich Webster 4 years ago

    Best of Luck in your new venture. We'll miss you in Charm City.

  • Theresa Finnigin, Ready Aim Organize 4 years ago

    Thanks Rich! Moving to a new city is always bitter-sweet. I hope you'll still check out my articles - as the St. Louis Organized Home Examiner - I'll still be offering organizing tips that you can use anywhere! I love comments too, so don't be shy!

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