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Stay Organized - Removing Your Organizing Roadblocks

From Payne to Gain Organizing is presenting a daily tip in January - Get Organized Month. Follow full blog at www.frompaynetogainorganizing.com

Do you feel like this is what's in your way at times when it comes to getting organized?  Most jobs I work on, do involve getting rid of some things - most often the client WANTS to let certain things go but just hasn't done it yet.  MAIN REASON?  They want to pass it along for a good cause as more often than not, it is something special/worth value to them and worthy of more than being tossed in a trash bag and dropped at Goodwill.  This is where working with a Professional Organizer can help - I spend part of each week researching local events and causes so I can best inform clients on great places that NEED their things and often will pick them up for them!  I found two great local North Atlanta causes this week alone.  Let me help YOU remove your roadblocks!
 
Prom with a Purpose:  collecting new or those "once worn" formal dresses of all styles, types and sizes that will be sold for purse friendly prices on Feb 10th at the Windermere Lodge - benefits to proceed families with kids fighting cancer.  Go to Facebook and use this link for full details. http://www.facebook.com/events/532401043451715/

HomeStretch Atlanta: needs furniture — lamps, end tables,
coffee tables, dressers, chest of drawers, TV stands and dinette sets. If you
have furniture that you can donate, please contact HomeStretch Facilities
Manager Steve Watson (swatson@homestretch.org or 770-642-9185, ext. 112).
HomeStretch helps families in Atlanta by providing temporary housing,
life-skills training and mentoring. http://homestretch.org/

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