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Kristina Bailey November 27, 2012 at 6:12 PM

Hello!
I have a professional development award that I can use in the area of organization for home and home/office. I’d need to receive a certificate of completion for the “course” to qualify for a reimbursement. Do you provide one? Also, what are your prices for one-on-one sessions?

~Kristina~

Vanessa Hayes December 3, 2012 at 12:43 PM

Congratulations! I currently don’t offer a certification but hope to some time in the future. You may want to search for “organizing courses” or “organizing workshops” to see if they would fit the bill for you. As far as pricing, I’d be happy to discuss those with you over the phone since every organizing project is different and has different needs and timelines. You can call me at 210-692-4063 to discuss more. Thanks!

Elizabeth September 29, 2013 at 4:21 PM

Hubby is an architect/builder. As a result, our 2-car garage is filled w/ all sorts of prof tools & equipment compressor, table saws, elect nail guns, etc), materials (boxes & boxes of nails, screws, plywood, doors, sinks, etc, etc). We need to get it all out & it’s overwhelming. Crews cannot help as they’re working on paid jobs (more than we’d pay). Are there organizers who understand what’s valuable to keep/throw, etc of these items? And do they remove the items to donate, throw out? We are on the easternmost end of Long Island, NY. Help?

Vanessa Hayes September 30, 2013 at 8:46 AM

Elizabeth,
I can totally relate! My hubby is a do-it-yourselfer and has done some amazing work renovating our home. But with that comes lots and lots of scrap material and tools. We just recently edited and got rid of a bunch of “extra” stuff and reorganized the garage and looks and functions great! To answer your question….yes, there are organizers who can help you. I recommend going to the NAPO website directory to look for one. You’ll definitely want someone who is a member of NAPO as they usually are not “hobbyists” and take their work seriously. Here is the link: http://www.napo.net/publicdirectory/

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