For Organized Living
Have you ever stood in line at a store and found yourself straightening that pile of brochures in front of the register or squaring off a pile of business cards on the counter? As far back as I can remember, starting with my favorite Rainbow Brite™ divided plate I had as a child, I've been sorting and organizing and listing and reorganizing to my heart's delight. Even in college, as horrific as dorms can look (especially the boys' rooms, ugh), I often found myself itching to comb through the knots of belongings and put everything in its own nice comfy place. And more often than not, I convinced my pals to let me!
I have been infiltrating the lives of my friends and family for years, encouraging them to get and stay organized, believing an uncluttered environment leads to an uncluttered mind. Even at every job I've ever had, I've reordered years worth of files, devised systems to categorize massive amounts of assets, sorted libraries of documents, and established myself as the gatekeeper and guru of organization management.
J. Tiffany Bregovi
I've moved in and out of dorms and homes 16 times in as many years, and I've helped many others do the same. Organizing is my lifeblood. Just when I think I've got my home in order, I'll figure out a better way to do it. Our needs are always evolving, so too must our approach to our space, whether at work or at home.
This all might sound tedious to you, but that's why you're here, isn't it? One human's tedium is another's heaven, as they say...or maybe that's just me. Why don't you head over to the Contact page and let us know how we can help you?
BA, Villanova University
MBA, The College of William & Mary