HBS ORGANIZING

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HBS Organizing Services

Home Organizing

  • Paper and Mail Management — strategies and systems
  • Home Office Organization — filing systems and desk organization
  • Kitchens — pantries, cabinets, appliance storage
  • Bathrooms — toiletries, cosmetics, medicines
  • Closets — clothes, shoes, jewelry, purses and accessories
  • Seniors — downsizing, handling health care papers
  • Estate/Asset Organization — inventory and record keeping
  • Financial/Bookkeeping — personal finance, Quicken/Quickbooks assistance
  • Photo Organizing — digital photos, photo albums, photo projects
  • Special Projects — organize recipes or collections
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“An organized home is your comfort zone & your domain of downtime.”

Office Organizing

  • Paper and Records Management — retention guidelines, safekeeping records
  • Filing systems — customized, easy to use, adaptable
  • Storage organization — supply cabinets, bookcases, etc.
  • Computer file organization — file folder organization
  • Desk organization — de-clutter desk tops and drawers
  • Tax preparation — records, forms, bookkeeping
  • Project management — coordination and scheduling
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“Remove clutter from your office and create an efficient workspace.”

Initial phone or email consultations are always free. We’ll discuss what issues you are facing and the goals you want to reach. After the initial consultation, we schedule a session to meet and begin your project. Organizing is a collaborative process between the client and the organizer. We will work together hands-on to tackle your project and find the best solution that works for you.

Pricing is based on the organizing sessions, which are scheduled in 3-4 hour increments. Discounts are available for large projects and sessions bought in advance. Sessions are scheduled at your convenience and can include evenings and weekends. Cash or check payment is due at the end of each session. Please call or email for more details.

“Time is really the only capital any human being has, and the one thing he can’t afford to waste.”

—Thomas Edison

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