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Looking back, I guess you could say I have always been a little "corky" about organizing. I distinctly remember tormenting my younger sister with whom I shared a room, always nagging her to put her stuff away. I even went so far one day to pull back the covers on her bed, pile all of her belongings that were lying on our bedroom floor up onto her bed, and then re-made the bed...lumps and all! Needless to say, she wasn't very happy when it came time to go to bed that night!

The career choice of professional organizing sort of happened "naturally" for me. I had been attending college on a part-time basis in the evenings while working at a full-time job during the day. At this point in my life, I was not really sure what type of a degree I wanted to earn. My "ah-ha" moment came one day while sitting in a guidance counselor's office. The guidance counselor asked me what I wanted to do with my life. I cringed at the thought of telling him what it was that I really wanted to do. Would he think I was crazy? Slowly, I began telling him how much I loved to watch the television channel, TLC, particularly, the show, "Clean Sweep". I went on to tell him how I wished I could help individuals who seem overwhelmed with their space, find a sense of peace and calmness. I ended by sharing with him my experiences organizing for family and friends and how I only wished I could take this lifelong passion and turn it into a career. To my surprise, he looked at me and replied, "I have just the degree for you!"

In June, 2008, I graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Organized Communications. Through my studies involved in obtaining this degree, I have mastered the skills to effectively communicate with all types of people. How? By completing classes such as Public Speaking, Special Event Planning, Communicating with People with Disabilities and Communications Theory. These classes have provided me with the fundamentals to create the solid foundation it takes to be a successful professional organizer.

My outlook on organization is simple. In the end, an individual is not judged on how much "stuff" he/she possesses. Accumulation of "stuff" wears heavily on you. It gets to the point where you are spending more time "looking" for this or that and not enjoying life itself. What does matter is the amount of time we spend with those we love...life is too short for "stuff"...fill your life with time for family and friends!

~ Saundra

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