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Sat, Jan 13



New Year Decluttering & Organizing Made Easy

If you need more time and less stress, let us help you achieve both. Are you burdened by excessive clutter?Come learn specific skills!

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New Year Decluttering & Organizing Made Easy
New Year Decluttering & Organizing Made Easy

Time & Location

Jan 13, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Boston, 637 Washington St, Dorchester, MA 02124, USA

About the Event

Description: "New Year Decluttering & Organizing Made Easy "

If you need more time and less stress, let us help you achieve both. Are you burdened by paper and excessive clutter? Learning specific skills to help you decide what things to let go and how to organize what you keep, will leave you with more time for yourself and others. We will show you the basics of decluttering, so you can work through the piles, stop the piles, and find what you need when you need it. Don't miss this opportunity to leave with a plan to conquer it all! Register now. In this workshop you’ll also learn:

- Clutter can become anther stressor when you keep putting home tasks to the side?

-Trauma experiences can impact your organizaiton skills and declutttering abilities?

-Decluterring can help you feel more at ease and calm?

- Tips for organzing and delcuterring to provide emotional support and practical assistance as individuals navigate their healing journey.

What you will need to bring with you:

-yourself and an open mind

Overall, "New Year Decluttering & Organizing Made Easy" is an essential practice for anyone who has experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse and/or other traumas, or who simply want to learn more about how our outter life like staying organized is avialable to individuals in their journey toward healing.

About Our Presenters:

Shannon Parker, owner of Arrange For It, is a professional organizer, bringing peace and ease into the lives of busy women by simplifying their day-to-day activities by organizing the space around them. Through decluttering, and arranging convenient placement of things as part of easy to maintain system, results are less stress and less wasted expense.

Shannon is adept at working with ADHD/ neuro-divergent, those experiencing grief, those in life transitions, and with seniors and creatives. Industry experience includes: Small business, hospitality/ F&B (conference center, hotel, restaurants and catering), higher education, salon/beauty school, event/ meeting management, and non-profit. Specialties: Multi-use spaces, small/ awkward spaces, downsizing/ unpacking, kitchens/ pantries, workspaces/ offices, storage areas, basements, workflows/ work processes, paper organization/ paperwork, digital organizing, digital task management, scheduling, and systems for client's specific needs.

Follow: @arrangeforit on Facebook and Instagram

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Sheila Hubbard, is the owner of Little By Little, a professional organizing company. With nearly 20 years of experience, Ms. Hubbard has helped individuals, families and businesses reduce clutter and bring greater organization into their personal and professional lives. Her services include decluttering, paper management, product organization for small businesses, time management, and organizing small spaces. Ms. Hubbard’s greatest pleasure is seeing the smile on the face of those she has helped, when the work is completed. She is also a big believer in teaching people organizing principles so that they will be able, on their own, to maintain what has been accomplished.

Social media links:

Instagram & Facebook: @arrangeforit

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