How to Get Organized Anywhere at Any Budget

I want to help everyone find the freedom of getting organized regardless of where they live, or how much money they have. But there’s only one of me, and I need to make a living too, so I can’t work for free.

In this post I’ve listed some options for getting organized, in order of affordability. Let me know which one works for you!

Free ways to get and stay organized:

Cheap ways to get and stay organized:

Worth every penny…or so my clients say…:

If you don’t live in Albuquerque:

  • Consider Org4life Virtual Services (long-distance organizing and time management).
  • You can always fly me in to your location to help you in person. If you line up a few friends who also want help, you can split my travel fees amongst you. Contact me for a quote.
  • Remember when I said there’s only one of me? Well, actually there are 4000 of me! You have my blessings to hire one of my National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) colleagues located near you. I’ll even help you pick one, if you like. I know many of them through my volunteer roles and conferences. Or, try searching yourself, on, by zip code and by desired services.

NOT Recommended:

  • Hire someone to help you who is not a member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals). NAPO members are, well, more professional in their business practices. They follow a Code of Ethics. They have access to training and the support of a community of other organizers. They keep up on the latest products and methods of transferring skills to their clients. They don’t just tidy up for you and call it a day.
  • Do nothing. Continue replacing those lost items, paying late fees, missing opportunities, wasting valuable time looking for things, and wasting valuable real estate and money on clutter storage…it all adds up!

Related posts:  The Value of Organizing Outweighs the Cost and  How Much is Your Clutter Costing You?

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