We were presented with the Angie’s List Super Service Award for 2012 which is a leading national honor, recognizing excellence among service and health providers who maintain a superior service record. Less than 5% of thousands of businesses earn this prestigious award each year. Very exciting!
How exciting! One of the most popular organizing websites and blogs, Organizing Junkie has chosen to honor me today in their Summer Organizer Spotlight series. The Organizing Junkie, Laura first heard about me when she stumbled across our partnering website that I had just launched, The Stuff Stop. It was fun answering all of her questions and quite an honor to be recognized by someone of such high esteem. You can find the article here. While you’re on her website, spend some time exploring it. It is jam packed with lots of great information.
In the professional organizing industry, the credential CPO means Certified Professional Organizer. There are only 7 CPO’s in the state of Missouri, and only a few hundred nationwide. In order to become a CPO you must have at least 1500 hours of experience working with clients, 250 of those hours can be earned through continuing education credits. You must also pass a 2 hour exam which includes questions on project management, basic organizing principles, legal and ethical considerations and more. I am thrilled to say that I sat for, and passed, the CPO exam on June 24, 2010. I hope… read more »
What an honor! What a thrill! Simplified Living Solutions has been chosen as the best professional organizing company in St Louis by the St Louis At Home magazine.
I am so excited to have Simplified Living Solutions and my tips included in a back to school article for getting kids out the door on She Knows.Com. Raising two children as a single parent, I saw the benefits first-hand of being organized and having plans in place to simplify everyday activities, reduce the stress and keep things running smoothly.
I returned last week from the Annual NAPO (National Association Professional Organizers) Conference in Orlando, Florida. It was an amazing experience in every aspect, from the weather to the education we received. I sat for, and passed, the Level II Chronic Disorganization Specialist Certificate exam through NSGCD (National Study Group Chronic Disorganization). Of the approximately 4,400 professional organizers across the world, only 145 or so of them have this level of education. So I am very proud to say I’ve earned this distinction. In addition to passing the exam, the conference provided us with a sneak peek of approximately 50… read more »