Help for Your New Year’s Get Organized Resolution January 2013 is the 9th Annual Get Organized (GO) Month

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Help for Your New Year’s Get Organized Resolution January 2013 is the 9th Annual Get Organized (GO) Month

Year after year “Get Organized” is one of the top ten New Year’s Resolutions made by Americans. The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) has declared January GO (Get Organized) MonthSM. Why not make 2013 the year your organizing resolutions for your home or office stick?
Throughout the month of January, members of NAPO across the country are sharing their knowledge, hosting events, and raising awareness about the benefits of organizing for businesses and homeowners. To celebrate GO Month SM here in New Mexico, the Professional Organizers of New Mexico (PONM), are offering two free eBooks, Get organized: 50 Tips for You, and Get Organized: Another 50 Tips For You to help you achieve your organizing resolutions. These FREE eBooks can be downloaded at www.nmorganizers.com.
These books offer practical solutions to your common organizing problems. The seven authors are local members of NAPO: Kit Anderson of Anderson Organizing Systems; Leigh Ann Hensel of Buying Time Professional Organizing; Miriam Ortiz y Pino of More Than Organized; Brenda Steele of Steele Organizing Solutions; Carolyn Taylor of Organize Your Life; Hazel Thornton of Organized For Life; and myself, Elizabeth Tawney Gross of Organizing For Everyday,
The New Year is the perfect time to change habits that will improve your life. Becoming more organized can save you time and money. A recent NAPO survey showed that 65% of respondents consider their home at least moderately disorganized. 96% of those respondents felt they would save time by being more organized.
The Professional Organizers of New Mexico (PONM) is committed to bringing members of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) together through networking, professional growth, education, support, and public awareness. For more information about PONM, visit www.nmorganizers.com.
NAPO is the premier national association dedicated to the field of organizing; The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) is the Organizing Authority. For more information about NAPO and Get Organized MonthSM, visit www.napo.net or call NAPO at 586-380-6828

Next post: Nikki and Elizabeth will be back talking about how to stay organized.
You can read the continuing story and learn along with Nikki as she and Elizabeth, the Professional Organizer, get the house organized room by room.

Copyright© 2012 Elizabeth Tawney Gross, Organizing For Everyday, LLC

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