Hawaii Association of Professional Organizers, Inc.


 


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HAPO President's Message
by Lasar Hurd-McCabe, Organized Living, LLC

 



What's Your Sticking Point?

October Means Fal
 
          Are you trying to get organized and find that you're stuck and can't take the next step? As we were working on our Office/Library Makeover during our Get Organized month project, the employees expressed how good it was that our team of organizers were there to thelp them "get over the hump".
          All projects and processes that involve change are often plagued by these "sticking points" where we can't seem to keep the ball rolling. Sometimes all it takes is someone to help us get past those points and move on. This is usually where a coach or a change exper can help by identifying how and why we are stuck?
          A professional organizer is the best person to have on your team as you strive to become and stay  organized. He/she can help you to get through the sticking points, make suggestions on how you can imporve your system(s) and even recommend tools to help keep you organized and efficient!

          Click here to  Find a Professional Organizer in your area...

 
 

Organizing Professionals ...
 

      Are you an organizing professional who performs organizing services?  Or are you a manufacturer, distributor or retailer of organizing products?  HAPO WANTS YOU!  We are always looking for professional organizers and companies where we can refer clients.  So, whether you are an organizer who helps clients in homes or offices, a closet product/installation company, or you provide organizing product solutions, visit our Membership page to find out about the Hawaii Association of Professional Organizers and its members. NEW Benefit of Membership: Teleconference Meetings!   Visit our Events Calendar page for monthly meeting dates. 

  

Tips to Get Organized
contributed by HAPO members

TIP:  RE-USE OLD JEWELRY BOXES

Do you have small jewelry boxes hidden away somewhere? Re-purpose those boxes and lids by placing them face-up in your catch-all drawer. They're great for separating out paperclips, keys, rubber bands, coins, etc. so you can find what you need when you need it!

Yvonne Hopkins 
YvonneHopkinsandAssociates.com


 

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