Professional Organizing

Professional organizing is an industry that has been developed in order to help individuals and businesses design systems and processes using organizing principles and through transferring skills. Professional organizers aim to help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper, and their systems for life.

Professional organizers aim to help individuals and businesses take control of their surroundings, their time, their paper, and their systems for life.

Professional organizers help redirect paradigms into more useful cross-applications that ensure properly co-sustainable futures for their clients' spaces and processes. Professional organizing is a industry that has been developed in order to help individuals and businesses design systems and processes using organizing principles and through transferring skills.

There are approximately 5,200 professional organizers in the U.S. and 8 foreign countries who are members of the trade association NAPO. Another well known International Organizing Association is 'Faithful Organizers'. There have been a number of several popular television programs, starting with Life Laundry in 2002, and followed by others such as Clean Sweep, Neat, Mission: Organization, Hoarders, Clean House, and NeatTV as well as magazines like Real Simple, and many articles that appear on a regular basis in a wide range of media.

Hiring a Professional Organizer - Hiring the right professional organizer is key to the success of your project. Make sure the organizer is willing to listen, to be creative, patient and non-judgmental. Let the organizer know if you are willing to think 'outside the box' for creative storage ideas. Set your goals and a budget you want to stay in, talk this over with the organizer to make sure that you both are in agreement on the goal to achieve. The cost of a Professional Organizer will very depending on project and location. Cost will normally range from $50–$150 an hour.