Wednesday, April 26, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Wednesday, June 7, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Are you stressed out? Can you even imagine living a life that is calm rather than chaotic? A life where you can make mindful decisions; have some “me” time; and can operate in a proactive rather than reactive state?
We cannot always control what life throws at us, but we can control how we react and what we allow in our space. Living in a cluttered and chaotic environment causes most people stress. If you want to learn simple techniques that will help you start clearing clutter in your life and on your calendar, then register for this class. Andrea Brundage is a well-known Professional Organizer who will answer your questions, share valuable tips, and give you a guidance so you can reduce the stress in your life, starting with the clutter in your space and turn your “Chaos into Calm.” ™
interactive workshop will explore these topics:
1. How to overcome the overwhelm
2. The P's and Q's of organizing
3. Why there is no “Magic to Tidying
4. Finding motivation when you feel
5. Celebrating little victories
Andrea Brundage is a Professional Organizer & Bringer of Calm, and founder of Simple Organized Solutions (SOS), an Arizona based Professional Organizing and Consulting company. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), as well as other professional organizations.
Andrea has a lengthy corporate career, an MBA degree, and she enjoys working with both corporate clients and residential clients. Using her signature SOS System, she turns “Chaos into Calm,” and by way of her SOS Virtual Coaching program, her reach is far and wide.
Andrea says, “Organization is a teachable skill” and as an expert organizer she is part teacher, part project manager, and part coach. “Professional organizing is much more than “fiddling with files.” Andrea says she is a “hands-on organizer who meets each client right where they are, and then gently guides them through the process.”
“I love helping people regain control over their space and their stuff. There is a peace that comes over the client when they look around their newly organized space.”