Take your kitchen for example. Often referred to as the central nervous system of a home, this busy room supports mealtime, entertaining and homework. It's also the room with the most gadgets and the most piles of "stuff". A professional organizer can develop customized ways for your kitchen to function properly. Picture not having to shuffle papers, piles and backpacks just to clear a surface to chop the veggies. Saving just 10 minutes a meal would give you back 1.75 hours per week to do something relaxing. Like... nothing. Imagine having that choice. A professional organizer can move you toward that goal.
Make no mistake, organizing is not cleaning. True, rooms get cleaned in the process, but organization brings a renewed energy, and function that plain old cleaning cannot boast. 66% of two parent families see both people working out of the home 60 hours a week including travel time. Spending quality family time is, and should be, higher on your agenda than sorting mail or clearing out cupboards under a sink. Just as working with a financial planner secures our money for the future, organizing provides control regarding our free time, ability to access and store our belongings, documents and keepsakes, now and in the years to come. Being organized improves household productivity, adds to the enjoyment we feel when at home, and saves a lot of time otherwise wasted on finding, filing or fumbling.
You can handle this and once you get going you will feel more and more confident about your abilities.