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  • What is your process like?
    Jen breaks the organizing process down into three components, focusing specifically on maximizing space, time, and the functionality of belongings. Organizing isn’t created equal for each client, so the process changes from project to project. Jen learns the likes and dislikes of each client, their habits, their learning styles, and how these elements connect to the specific project. In every case, however, Jen helps clients complete the job down to the last detail. Whether it involves excessive junk removal, methods of photo organization, estate sales, closet systems, referrals and introductions to realtors in the case of a move, computer experts who help with digital filing systems, or companies that transform cabinets, shelves and closets into more functional spaces, Jen prides herself on follow through and client satisfaction.
  • What are your fees?
    Fees may vary depending on the scope and nature of the project. Jen clearly communicates these fees to the client following a complimentary 45 minute consultation before the work commences. Jobs will be billed at an hourly rate or on a project basis.
  • Is my work with JKB Organizing confidential?
    Absolutely. As part of ethical and moral guidelines, Jen vows to keep all conversations with clients and information about their belongings confidential. Beyond that, as a member of NAPO, JKB Organizing is bound by their Code of Ethics which states, "I will keep confidential all client information, both business and personal, including that which may be revealed by other organizers. I will use proprietary client information only with the client's permission. I will keep client information confidential and not use it to benefit myself or my firm, or reveal this information to others.
  • What is a professional organizer?
    A professional organizer (PO) enhances the lives of his or her clients by designing systems and processes using the principles of organizing. A PO transfers his/her organizing skills to the client. They distinguish themselves from organizing hobbyists by participating in ongoing educational opportunities and adhering to a professional code of ethics. Professional Organizers support evaluation, decision-making, and action around objects, space and data, helping clients achieve desired outcomes regarding function, order and clarity.
  • How long does it take to get organized?
    Organization is a process, not a state achieved in one day. Think about it as "being organized" or "staying organized," not just "getting organized." Yes, an organizing system can be set up in a matter of hours. The challenge, however, is to continuously maintain and improve it day by day. The good news is, once you learn good systems, habits, and tools, being organized gets easier, as does bouncing back from an unexpected detour or period of feeling overwhelmed.
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