Professional Organiser and Declutterer Sarah Macnaught’s Live Facebook Feed.

Rightsize

I'm a Professional Declutterer for when emotional and physical challenges or lack of precious time stops you 'going it alone' in getting things sorted. - Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO) member - US National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) international member - Alzheimers Society Dementia Champion - Age UK preferred supplier - St John First Aider
Rightsize
Rightsize
Two years ago, I held my first email digital declutter workshop and the response was overwhelming, as were every participant's issues, both technically and emotionally! Two years on, alongside daily physical organising, I continue to refine my skills to help clients with digital overwhelm - for emails and specifically for photo organizing. It ain't easy, but so glad to be an industry leader and one of the first professional Personal Photo Organizers in the UK! APPO Members Meeting Cathi Gillotti Nelson in March 2017 was a game changer. Cannot wait to meet this tribe at #APPOConference2019 in March in New Mexico 🙏🏼 Meanwhile, the BBC is catching on - great article to highlight the need for our services.
Rightsize
Rightsize
I rest my case. 😂
Rightsize
Rightsize
As this important research catches up with #ProfessionalOrganizers and #Declutterers around the world, I can only agree - I know how stressful clutter is, and what an incredibly positive impact our hard work has on our clients' wellbeing. The outcomes for all my clients are truly incredible. #organizing is not my job, this is my vocation. APDO IOPO International
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/03/well/mind/clutter-stress-procrastination-psychology.html?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits
Rightsize
Rightsize shared National Geographic UK's post.
Thank you Tanya Lewis for posting this. Yes Yes Yes and Yes again!
Rightsize
Rightsize
Wondering why we are all meant to be an Old Age Pensioner at 65-ish? "The “problem of old age” rose to public consciousness during the Great Depression, when mass unemployment left millions of aged Americans unable to support their families. ... Social justice advocates lobbied the government to provide stipends to those deemed too old to work. But how old was too old?

In the 1930s, most doctors and scientists argued that old age should be defined biologically... In the end, though, economics won out over science: Only by limiting government assistance to those 65 and older could a national pension program be financially sustainable. And so with the passage of the [US] Social Security Act in 1935, and later Medicare in 1965, age 65 became officially “old.”"
Rightsize
Rightsize
Now that research mentioned it - I will concur that your office organisation does impact your future. If you don't have one, let's create one. If you have one, let's get it sorted. If it is a complete 'disaster', we can work it out together before any unnecessary judgement.
🙏🏼https://news.umich.edu/is-your-office-messy-if-so-you-may-be-seen-as-uncaring-neurotic/.