Virtual organizing is just like a conventional organizing session, but instead of having a face-to-face meeting, you and the professional organizer will meet and worth together through a webcam or mobile device. Various online platforms can be used like Google Hangouts, Skype, and Facetime.
Some professional organizers meet with their clients for 15 minutes. During that time, the clients can walk them through their problem spots by using their mobile devices. From there, the home organizer can ask different questions about the client’s organizing challenges, goals, and preferred style. Lastly, they will both decide if virtual organizer is the best path to take according to the project scope and overall organization ability of the client. If you have some organizing skills and you’re just feeling stuck on a certain project or if you need expert assistance on repurposing a specific area in your office or home, then virtual organizing may be a good option.
What should you expect?
Virtual organizing customers usually buy four hours of professional organizing services, which will be divided into two separate sessions. From there, you can purchase additional hours. In most cases, the first session will involve a thorough examination of the problem areas and the development of an action plan for clients to do on their own. The second session will concentrate on actions and results. The top two problem areas are the kitchen and home office. Other home organizing projects include project management services wherein the client has been overwhelmed by their DIY project. Professional organizers may also provide coaching for problem areas or an area that was previously organized and requires another set of eyes.
Is virtual organizing right for you?
One of the most common reasons why homeowners choose virtual organizing is their location. Either they’re living in a place where there’s no organizing services available or they want to work with a professional who is located far from their place.
If you choose virtual organizing, you should be able to do the work of sorting, keeping, and carrying items on your own. Small projects like an office or a closet could be completed with only one person doing the job. However, if it’s a major task like reorganizing the kitchen, then you should involve your family. This will increase the achieved amount of hands on labor during an online session, while the organizer walks you through the different tasks.
Just like with the conventional face-to-face organizing, having all the family members participate and present during the virtual organizing session will help make sure that everybody is on the same page beginning to the end.
Virtual home organization Wilmington NC may not be ideal if you’re planning to tackle your garage or basement. The amount of work that needs to be done could be very overwhelming even if you have a professional organizer coaching you on what to do. Apart from that, the logistics of going through countless items in an already filled space aren’t suitable for online organizing since most of the work will be performed off screen.
Call Brunswick Organizing Solutions now if you’re looking for a professional organizer who can help you with your organizing project.
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