Given the shelter in place ordinance issued for the surrounding community, your home is where you’re spending a majority of your day. You’re likely working from home, your kids’ are attending school from home, and you’re trying to get through this challenging time together. In order to create an environment conducive to this new norm, it’s a great time for you to tackle some of those organizing projects you never seem to have time for. That may seem overwhelming, but what if you could have the advice and support of an expert? Well you can through More Time For You virtual organizing services! You get the same coaching, guidance, and support you’d get if we were side-by-side, but in a way that supports social distancing.
Projects that are good for virtual organizing are divided between solo projects and family projects. Solo projects include closets, home office, laundry rooms, bathrooms, and pantries. Larger projects require family help and buy-in and include kitchens, playrooms, and kids’ bedrooms. The steps below are an outline of how a virtual organizing project goes: