Are You Ready For Spring?
We are, and just in time to help you get ready for your post-cabin-fever Spring cleaning! You are invited to join our panel of professional organizers for some of the best strategies to overcome your own organizing and productivity challenges. We bring you a moderated panel of top-notch professional organizers who will reveal some tried-and-true best practices they’ve used with their most successful clients, and will be taking your questions! The panel will be followed by the signature Exchange Sessions WXW is known for, to swap best organizing tips with your WXW tribe, and get ideas on how to make 2015 your best organizing year ever.
Molly Boren, Simplicity Works Organizing Services
Molly’s organizing and decluttering are sustainable: that is, both environmentally sustainable and “maintainable” by her 300-plus clients, who range from small business owners to stay-at-home parents, yoga instructors to lawyers, artists to police officers, and many of whom are experiencing various life transitions. She is active in the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and has been certified by the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers. She works with clients in southeast Michigan, northwest Ohio, greater Chicagoland, New York City, and beyond.
Susan Hunsberger, Strategize Organize, LLC
Susan Hunsberger, MA, CD and ADD Specialist and owner of Strategize Organize, LLC, believes that organizing, while rarely taught, is a learn-able skill. By listening gently to her clients and honoring their unique situations, she helps them find hopeful, practical solutions and equips them with strategies to carry forward into their everyday lives. Susan is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD). Through the ICD she is a specialist in chronic disorganization and ADHD.
Melanie Sobocinski, Prof Organizer, LLC
Melanie is a productivity coach who helps other academics get their act together. As a productivity coach, she walks the talk of “just-enough” organizing: how to get the maximum benefits from being organized without turning organizing and planning into yet another avenue for procrastination. She is an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), and is currently serving as the Director of Marketing for the Michigan Chapter of NAPO.
Heidi Weise, WXW Board Member, Volunteer Co-Coordinator and Certified Professional Coach
7:30-8:00 Check in, casual mingling, breakfast
8:00-9:20 Panel discussion w/Q&A
9:20-9:30 Wrap-up and close
Cost: $25.00 (delicious food included!)