Some of us were not meant to tackle organization by ourselves.  One option to help you declutter is to hire a professional organizer. 

The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) can be found at www.napo.net. NAPO's website gives you more information on the role of a professional organizer, and helps you find a professional organizer in your area.

Professional organizers can work with you on a variety of levels - intense decluttering and organization, decluttering specific spots in your home, and setting up an organization system that works for you.

Columnist Eve Tahmincioglu had a professional organizer help her declutter her office. It's nice to know that someone else finds Sweetarts under the clutter on their desk.

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Remember, you don't have to attempt organization and decluttering on your own!

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