Over the years, I found that a disorganized space would leave me distracted and unable to focus, but others did not see organizing as a priority.
My path to becoming an organizer was anything but direct. I earned my diploma from Seneca College in Human Resources in 2008, and subsequently worked in accounting and finance, eventually becoming a Financial and Insurance Advisor.
Working in a number-based industry required a certain level of organization, which I embraced, and my background in HR provided me with the tools to help others through challenging spaces - both mental and physical.
Clutter doesn't just take up physical space. It also takes up space in your mind, and in everyday life. On a larger scale, disorganization can result in: