photo Managing Your Professional Organizing Business February Reminders

2021 Blog Focus – Managing Your Professional Organizing Business February signals it is time to prepare my business tax filing, here’s how I simplified my business tax filing. Managing my professional organizing business, SolutionsForYou, Inc., an S-Corp, requires the tax filing is completed by March 15. I have my CPA prepare the tax filing, but…

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Social norms suggest that in order to be considered “successful” you must go to school, get a degree, and work your way up the corporate ladder. This idea—basic formula if you may—probably came from decades upon decades of accounts of people who have reached the summit of success. However, not everyone is privileged enough to…

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Photo working with clients virtually

The pandemic has thrown a curveball at working with your clients–how to keep both you and your client safe.  If you are not comfortable working with clients in-person using PPE, you might want to consider working with them virtually.  Virtual organizing has its pros and cons to consider for both you and your client: Pros…

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When you create and grow something of your own, when you get a sense of  your purpose, when you see a path to prosperity and be your own boss, you can never go back. Start your organizing business now. You have so much possibility.   Layer One TRAINED Online – Anytime Start this now to be…

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Photo Working With Clients on Paper Management

A simple approach working with clients to organize their paper information is the ART of Paper Management. The ART of Paper Management Information comes to us in many forms but most predominately in paper form. It arrives from snail mail, email, children’s backpacks, spouse’s briefcases, and many other avenues. We know how we obtain paper…

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Photo Anne Blumer working with middle school students to organize their assignments and binders

Parents need help organizing their children and their homework (typically middle school students with ADHD). The challenges of transitioning from one teacher in elementary school to many teachers in middle school often take students, and parents, by surprise.  The virtual classroom can be challenging for students, teachers, and parents.  Now is an excellent opportunity for…

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