Help for Your New Year’s “Get Organized” Resolution January 2015 is Get Organized (GO) Month℠

Posted by on Jan 17, 2015 in Special | 0 comments

Are you one of the 90% of Americans who are planning on organizing at least some part of your life in 2015? If getting organized is your goal then January is the month to start. The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) has declared January GO (Get Organized) MonthSM.
To help you reach your organizing goal, each of the 9 members of the Professional Organizers of New Mexico (PONM) is presenting a special offer on their website, www.nmorganizers.com. My GO Month special is $100 off any multiple session package. All the Go Month discount offers expire at the end of the month so put getting organized and saving money at the top of your resolution list in 2015.
Why get organized in 2015? Below are some amazing statistics that show what disorganization costs you in time, money and space.
Surveys on time lost to disorganization report that:

“People spend an average of six minutes looking for their keys in the morning.” Ikea

“The average office worker spends 1.5 hours a day (6 weeks per year) looking for things.” The Wall Street Journal

“Getting rid of clutter eliminates 40% of housework in an average home.” National Soap and Detergent Association

Money is frequently lost because of disorganization:

“Twenty-three percent of adults say they pay bills late (and incur late charges) because they lose them.” Harris Interactive

“Most of my clients have spent time and money purchasing duplicates of items they know they own, but cannot find.” Elizabeth Tawney Gross

Disorganization impacts our use of space:

“We wear 20% of our clothes 80% of the time. The rest hang there, just in case.” Calgary Herald

“Twenty-five percent of people with two-car garages don’t park any cars in them and 32% park only one.” US Department of Energy

“Eighty percent of the clutter in most homes is a result of disorganization, not lack of space.” Ottawa Citizen

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