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  • April 2020 Message from President, Susie Hayman As I sit here writing this message to you, I’m full of bittersweet emotions. It’s April 2, 2020, and we were supposed to be in Orlando kicking off NAPO2020. Although we aren’t able to connect in person as we planned, please know that I am connecting with you in spirit.
  • Embracing the Essentials for COVID-19 by Kristin DeCou, NAPO Member since 2017. Many of us are getting organized and helping others put their things in order. But what do we prioritize first? Our collective “new normal” calls for a new protocol in achieving order and reducing stress. If I can suggest a single mantra to focus on through these uncertain times, it is this: embrace the essentials.
  • by Ellen Delap, CPO NAPO Member since 2000 Over the last three years, since Hurricane Harvey, I have worked with many clients to help them declutter when they are forced to after a flood. It is all our worst nightmare. Our possessions become contaminated and we are forced to let go. What happens after []
  • Dear NAPO colleagues, This time of year, leading up to NAPO’s Annual Conference is always a busy season for NAPO. Planning an event like Conference is huge; there are so many pieces that have to come together. That, coupled with elections and appointments on the national and chapter levels, marks an eventful time for NAPO. []
  • The Chapter of the Year Award is presented to the Chapter which, by its achievements, goes above and beyond to further the ideals and mission of NAPO. This Chapter provides its members with opportunities to develop leadership skills, prioritize camaraderie and support between and for members, and participate in community outreach projects, by utilizing the []

Podcast

  • The onslaught of coronavirus has affected businesses and entrepreneurs all over the world, with professional organizers being no exception. In today’s episode, we get a chance to speak with Kathy Vines, a brilliant mind in the organizing space who has been ahead of the curve as far as offering virtual consultations for some time already. Kathy is a Certified Professional Organizer, the owner of Clever Girl Organizing, and she has also written a book called Living with Less. Our conversation with Kathy begins with some tips from her about how to know whether offering a virtual service fits into your business model or client in the first place.
  • Living as a celiac or sufferer from severe allergy-based food avoidance is burdensome, and being organized is an essential part of coping. Today’s guest is Susan Bailey, and she is a certified AllerCoach, meaning she helps allergy families manage by becoming more prepared and organized. Susan speaks about her experiences as a celiac and how that feeds into the work she does as an AllerCoach. She gets into the services she offers through her company, Cygnet Organizing, from recipe design to meal planning and kitchen compartmentalization. Susan also speaks about what it is like to occupy such a specific niche in the business.
  • NAPO star June Carter is an entrepreneur, professional organizer and house stager. She is also founder of Corporate Interior Solutions and Get Your Stuff Together Solutions. June is here today to talk about her belief that it’s never too late to transition into the career of your dreams in organizing and productivity, house staging, or any other subset of organizing.
  • Today we warmly welcome Jenna Redfield, founder of the wildly successful Twin Cities Collective, onto the show. Jenna shares some of the insights she has gained along the way to being the social media strategist, online community leader, and Facebook group administrator extraordinaire that she is. 
  • Conference Chair for NAPO 2020, Wendy Buglio, a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) with a background in advertising, shares the direct impact that attending these yearly events has had on her business and career. She also tells us more about the NAPO 2020 theme, schedule, the four different tracks attendees can follow, and the unique educational, certification, coaching, and networking opportunities that will be available to attendees

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