What does it mean to be organized?
Though our name is neatness counts! (a phrase most of us seem to have grown up with) we do not believe neatness is the dominant aspect of being organized. Function and visual calm are far more important. In fact, we all know someone who is very neat but can never find what he has so carefully stored in nifty containers.
As long as you're comfortable with your visual surroundings AND can find what you need when you are looking for it, you can consider yourself to be organized. If you're not, we can help you to strike that happy medium between neatness and functionality.
neatness counts! offers a variety of organizing services to instill a greater calm, comfort and efficiency to your home or office whether you are moving out of your current residence, moving into a new locale or staying put. And while we are not the "neatness police, " we certainly help to eliminate the stress of a move, as well as control the clutter that seems to bog down day-to-day living.
Let's back up a minute and question why you should be organized. Everyone seems to recognize that being organized is a good thing. In today's hectic world, we're all looking for an oasis in the desert, a sense of calm and simplicity in an otherwise very tumultuous, fast-paced existence.
When people learn about neatness counts!, their immediate reaction is "Boy, can I use your help! But... I don't want you to see what a mess I have!" There's no need to be embarrassed. We will create an environment together that makes you more comfortable -- in every way.
A prospective client told us she was never relaxed in her home and wanted to feel the same sense of calm she experienced when she arrived at Beth's home for our initial meeting. During the first session at the new client's house, it was easy to understand why -- everything she owned was out on every surface, too much was on display and it created an overwhelming sense of havoc. No wonder she couldn't relax! At the end of three hours, our client practically hugged us goodbye, thanking us for the dramatic changes we were able to make in such a short period of time.
If you invest your time in becoming organized it will continue to pay you back in reduced stress, increased energy and more free time to spend with friends and family. Being organized can change your life.
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Contact Beth to help you with your organizing needs.