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Chances are you’re struggling with the effects of clutter and disorganization in one or several areas of your life...
Clutter and disorganization can overwhelm us and rob us of emotional and physical health, happiness, and energy. The chaos and disorder of papers and possessions as they pile up around us can reduce our quality of life and deprive us of productive relationships with friends, family, and co-workers.
Contact Jody Adams at In Its Place for help with home organizing and office organizing.
Our need to collect, cherish, and preserve the things in our
lives is a part of us that commonly defies logic and overrides
common sense. We may assign emotional value to items that
represent or remind us of people, experiences, or memories, leaving
us unable to part with items that are no longer functional or
practical in our daily lives.
Perhaps we like to have everything at our fingertips, fearing if it’s out of sight, it’s out of mind and as good as lost. We may feel the need to hold on to everything because “what if I need it later?” Our “desire to acquire” is further reinforced by the emphasis society places on consumption and material things.
You’ve even tried to do something about the clutter. You may have gotten rid of "junk," taken a carload of donations to the nearest charity, or moved to a bigger space, only to find the piles and clutter building right back up again. Organizing is not just about your “stuff” – it’s about deciding what’s important to you, understanding how you function, and developing systems that support your choices and how you want to live.
the clutter and creating organization can help you to feel less
stressed, be more efficient, and save time and money so you can
actually live your life instead of reacting to it from beneath the
layers of your “stuff.”
In Its Place has the experience you need to help solve your home organizing and office organizing problems. In Its Place owner Jody Adams knows what it’s like to “save everything,” and has both the rich life experience and professional skills to help you reclaim your home, your office, and your life from clutter.
complete confidentiality, Jody works with you and your individual
concerns about your home organizing or office organizing needs,
helping you to become better organized and to gain the skills and
understanding that will help you maintain the organization.
Contact Jody Adams, Certified Professional Organizer® and member of NAPO (the National Association of Professional Organizers). Visit our Organizing Services page to learn more about how In Its Place can help you gain control over clutter, or our About page to discover why Jody Adams is the best choice for helping you overcome your organizing challenges. Or if you’d prefer, give us a call at 724-850-7282.
In Its Place provides professional home organizing and office organizing services. Our service area includes but is not limited to the following southwestern PA counties: Allegheny, Butler, Fayette, Indiana, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland.
In Its Place works in and around the Pittsburgh region, including the communities of: Allison Park, Apollo, Belle Vernon, Bloomfield, Butler, California, Carnegie, Churchill, Coraopolis, Delmont, Derry, Dormont, Edgewood, Export, Fox Chapel, Gibsonia, Greensburg, Hampton Township, Hempfield Township, Highland Park, Indiana, Irwin, Jeannette, Latrobe, Lawrenceville, Ligonier, Lower Burrell, Manor, McCandless, McKeesport, Monroeville, Mt. Lebanon, Mount Pleasant, Murrysville, New Kensington, New Stanton, North Hills, North Huntingdon, O’Hara Township, Penn Hills, Penn Township, Pittsburgh, Pleasant Hills, Plum, Point Breeze, Regent Square, Ross Township, Salem Township, Scottdale, Shadyside, Shaler, Somerset, Squirrel Hill, Swissvale, Trafford, Uniontown, Vandergrift, West Mifflin, White Oak, and Youngwood.
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527 Saint Andrews Drive ● Greensburg, PA 15601
Phone: 724-850-7282 ● Jody@In-Its-Place.biz
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