Simple Solutions


Task: If you missed a day, do it today!

2 Cor. 1:12 “For our boast is this, the testimony of our conscience, that we behaved in the world with simplicity and godly sincerity, not by earthly wisdom but by grace of God, and supremely so toward you."

When we really don’t want to do something, we tend to find a way to make it complicated. Then we have a good excuse for not doing it in the first place! We agonize over the cost of the supplies or how much time it will take. We over analyze the procedure and research way too many websites. How about a different approach? Start with SIMPLE!


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Six Tips for Eco-Friendly Organizing


Task: Reuse, Redistribute, Recycle

Lam. 3:22 -23 “It is of the Lord’s mercies that we will not be consumed, because His compassions will not fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”

If you are looking for not only an organized space, but also an eco-friendly space, I’ve got some tips for you! 

1)      Minimize: 

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Papers, Papers Everywhere

Papers, papers everywhere…

…and not a place to sit!

Task: Clear your desk.

 Pr.3:5-6 "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your way acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths."

Without a doubt, paper is the plague of the 21st century. With all our technological advances and dreams of paperless offices, paper is still the #1 culprit of disorganization…go figure! As professional organizers, it’s still our number one reason we are called in on a job. If our clients are afraid to clear the paper clutter off the desktop or kitchen counter because putting the papers away will make them forget where they are, then know that you are not alone in your quest for solutions. Newspapers, catalogues and magazines take up so much room in homes that sometimes finding a place to sit can be difficult at best. Sometimes just the thought of throwing out information can cause anxiety more than any other object.

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The Wisdom of Solomon


Task: Establish next month’s goals. Proverbs. 23:7 "For as [one] thinks in his heart, so is he."

Solomon offers a powerful approach for us to use as we think about change.  How we think determines who we become and how we act. The disorganization of a house flows directly from out of our thought processes.

How much time and energy do our you spend trying to attain something, whether emotionally or physically, which you believe you need in order to be happier, more fulfilled or make life easier? Common examples of where they get caught up in the “chase” include: 

Believing we need someone's approval.Believing the next "planner" will organize our lives (instead of organizing it ourselves.)Believing that some better-than-Botox cream will make us beautiful.Believing that our child needs a specific brand item or toy to be happy.Believing that we are responsible for someone else's happiness.Believing that we are responsible for "fixing" problems beyond our control.

If I change what I Believe, I will change my Thinking.If I change my Thinking I will change my Feelings. If I change my Feelings I will change my Actions. If I change my Actions, I will change my Life. “

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Tearing Down the Idols in Your Life

Tearing Down the Idols in Your Life

Task: Reduce a personal collection.

  II Chron. 23:16 "Jehoiada then made a covenant that he, the people and the king would be the Lord's people.”

Clutter builds over time, slowly and consistently, until one day you realize you're living in what feels like a disaster zone.  Sin also builds over time, slowly and consistently, until one day you realize you're living a life that feels like a wreck! It builds up over time and eventually you must face it – you can't help but recognize its destructiveness in your life. At that point, when you can no longer face it, you reach out to the Lord for help in dealing with your sin-cluttered life.

 The Priest dealt with his community of "sin-clutterers!” He called every one of them together as a group and recommitted them to the Lord and His work. Then he made them deal with the sin-clutter in their lives – they had to do the work – they had to go tear down the idols they'd allowed to be built up! 

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Simple Ways Your Phone Can Make You More Efficient

Simple ways your phone can make you

more efficient

Task: Donate old phones to a domestic shelter.

2 Cor 9:8 “And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.”

Whether you are a bustling business women or a stay at home mother, your phone can be used for more than Facebook and phone calls.  Below are a few simple ways that a cell phone can help you become more efficient.

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Count Your Blessings


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Clean Out Your Car

Clean Out Your Car

Task: Clean out your car.

Psalm 138:8 “The Lord will fulfill his purpose for me; your steadfast love, O Lord, endures forever. Do not forsake the work of your hands.” 

There’s always more to be done.  A commute to drive.  A meeting to attend.  Children to pick up. Sometimes our brain is so full of our own plans that we forget to be part of God’s plan. 

Having your space organized, whether it’s your bedroom, office, or vehicle, supports your own plans. This, in turn, allows you to be more accessible to God’s plans.  Today’s March Toward Simplicity Challenge is to organize your car.   The four steps below, although abbreviated, will start you on your way.

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Organize Your Card Supply

Organizing Your Card Supplies So You Can Bless Others

Task: Organize your cards.

2 Cor. 3:2 “You are our letter written in our hearts, known and read of all men.”

When was the last time you sent a birthday card or thank you note? When was the last time you received a personal card or letter in your mailbox?

Even with all the great variety of communication options available today, I still prefer a card or letter I can hold in my hand, display on my table, and save in a box.  I enjoy sending out all types of cards for all kinds of occasions. And it touches my heart when I receive them!

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Remove the Clutter in Your Life


Task: Recycle broken/outdated electronic hardware at local office supply stores.

2Chron. 34:33 “Josiah removed all the detestable idols from all the territory belonging to the Israelites, and he had all who were present in Israel serve the Lord their God.”

In the book of 2 Chronicles chapter 34, some amazing events were happening.  Josiah, who became king at the age of eight, came from the lineage of David.  A lot had changed in the land since King Solomon reigned. Evil and wickedness had come upon the land.  Eight years into his reign, King Josiah began purging his kingdom of all things ungodly.  He had a clean sweep of the idols.  Ten years into this effort, the king decided to make some repairs to the temple.  His men were sorting thru things in the rubble and came across the Book of the Law of the Lord.  They had found the very scrolls of Moses.  What a find!

If you were to tackle your basement, garage or off-site storage area, what you find?  Do you even remember what is in there? If you haven’t missed it in a few years, chances are you can do without and purge it.    And how are you honoring what is stuffed in this space? If it is important enough to keep, then you should have it properly stored. You don’t want to discover that it is moldy and not worth anything to anyone.

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Take Nothing

Simplicity is Taking Nothing

Task: Eliminate multiple duplicates

Luke 9:1-3 "When Jesus had called the Twelve together, he gave them power and authority to drive out all demons and to cure diseases, and he sent them out to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal the sick. He told them: “Take nothing for the journey—no staff, no bag, no bread, no money, no extra shirt." 

What do you mean, “take nothing”?  What about protection, or a cell phone for emergencies?  And where will I store all my stuff without my bag?  If I have no bread, what will I eat?  How will I pay for my needs and expenses without money?  And no change of clothes, pee-yew!  How can God take away all my necessities of life?

Jesus was teaching his disciples to let go and rely on Him.  Today, He wants us to know that He is our shield and our provider.  

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How to Organize Mail

How to Organize Your Mail

Task: Open and sort all mail

1 Cor. 14:40 “Let all things be done decently and in order.”

For many of us, our biggest organizing opportunity is paper, in general …. and particularly mail.  It accumulates so fast. I have encountered so many clients that simply let it pile up, then they just throw it in a plastic bag or a box and hope for the best???  

When you walk in the door with your mail, analyze what you are doing with it.  Does it end up on the entry foyer furniture, kitchen or dining room table or counter top?  Does it pile up here before you finally address all the papers? Do you find you paying late fees?  The solution is to develop new, good habits.

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Count Your Blessings

Count your Blessings


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The Organizing Gene -Part 2

The Organizing Gene. Did you inherit it? Part 2

 Task: Work with your children to organize their stuff.

1 Peter 4:10 "Each one should use whatever gifts he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms."

It would be so convenient if all parents and children were born with the “organizing gene.” The reality is, only 10% of humans are born with the innate ability to create systems and maintain them. Luckily, if done correctly, organizing skills can be taught. Parents can teach their children to maintain orderly environments by starting them out with age-appropriate systems. Here are some key rules of engagement for helping your child get organized:

Rules of Engagement - Parents Organizing Their Child, where parent has the “organizing gene”/child does not

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Preparing for Baby

Life Transitions: Preparing for Baby

Task: Babyproof your home.

Eccl 4:6 "Better one handful with tranquility than two handfuls with toil and chasing after the wind."

When most people hear the phrase "preparing for baby," they think of getting the nursery ready. While this is certainly a priority, there are other things to consider before you jump in head first.

Don't go overboard. Nesting mothers often have enormous amounts of energy and get into organizing mode; nature has given us this gift for a purpose. Use at least the first month after you find out you are pregnant to brainstorm and plan before you begin new projects.

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Reduce Computer Clutter

Reduce the Computer Clutter

Task: defrag your computer/delete emails & apps

Joshua 1:7 “Be strong and very courageous. Be careful to obey all the law my servant Moses gave you; do not turn from it to the right or to the left, that you may be successful wherever you go.”

Computer clutter adds up, but it is not always seen like the piles and stacks of material things at your feet. Our emails accounts can contain hundreds, even thousands of emails.  We keep all kinds of old files in memory taking up unseen space.  There are apps for this and apps for that that clutter up our screen.  Digital photos and videos also contribute to storage issues.

Two things you should do annually or more often depending on how much you use your computer. First, run the Disk Clean Up function.  Every time you search, information is stored in the temporary internet files or cache.  It eats up valuable space on your hard drive and may even cause your computer to freeze.  This information is easy to clean out. In the SEARCH box, type in disk cleanup and follow the instructions.

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The Disadvantage of Disorganization

The Disadvantage of Disorganization Task: Download one app to simplify your life Matt. 5:3 “Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need, since the Kingdom of the heavens belong to them.”

A big disadvantage of disorganization is that it disrupts even destroys relationships.  Clutter can isolate us from building and sustaining meaningful relationships.  Instead of building a safe haven, clutter builds walls of isolation.

Let’s examine what we love.  That will tell us a lot about our possessions and how tightly we hold on to the things that end up cluttering our lives. What do you value?  Think about it. What do you really love about yourself, your clothes, your house, and your belongings? What does what you value say about you? How you spend your money greatly determines your priorities.  What expenditures have you made recently? What condition are your valuables in? How do you honor and respect them?

Keeping everything and not honoring our possessions undermines the value of that object.  We tend to take things for granted.  The more you have, the less you appreciate what you have.  All our stuff has a cost.  First when you purchase it and then when you store it and maintain it.   And that cost can be even greater!

What is required of people is to change their mindset.  That is the key component to maintaining organization.  What we perceive to be true we believe to be true.  If you perceive that things will bring you happiness, then you believe that that one item will bring you happiness.  The problem is, that is short lived.  Happiness has to do with your immediate experience – instant gratification.  Therefore, consumerism doesn’t work.  Clutter robs all life out of a room and from those who occupy it. When we are constantly living in a space full of stuff, it robs the joy from our lives.  A positive outlook helps us let go of the many things that have kept us trapped without a sense of personal loss.

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Tips to Freshen Up Your Laundry Room

Tips to Freshen Up Your Laundry Space

Task: Organize your laundry room

Eccl 9:10 "Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might."

Simplify. Take a good look at what is happening in your space. Laundry rooms are often a catch-all for items from all over the home. Keep only what you use and love in the area.

Use walls and doors, not floors. Consider vertical solutions to maximize smaller spaces. A wall-mounted iron caddy is great for storing your ironing board and related supplies. Small rolling carts can hold detergents.

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Clean Sweep

Clean SweepTask: Clean out your purse/briefcase

Matthew 12:43-45 (also Luke 11:24-28)

 “When an impure spirit comes out of a person, it goes through arid places seeking rest and does not find it. Then it says, ‘I will return to the house I left.’ When it arrives, it finds the house unoccupied, swept clean and put in order. Then it goes and takes with it seven other spirits more wicked than itself, and they go in and live there. And the final condition of that person is worse than the first." The house was unoccupied, swept and in order.  A lot of times we think that is enough: Looks good on the outside!  But Jesus reminds us to clean the inside of the cup first (Matthew 23:25-26), to cleanse the secret filthy areas of our hearts and lives that are not so visible. The devil will deceive us into thinking we have done our part - say by confessing our sins. But if we don't follow up with a plan of repentance and replace it with good habits, the demons will come back to haunt us and get entangled in the same sin. When Jesus washed his disciple’s feet he said, “Unless I wash you, you have no part with me.” It's not enough to just dust off the dirt off our brother's feet, but to get deeper and more intimate in their spiritual welfare. I like thinking of the principle of "One In, One Out", but in a spiritual context.  When you remove something (as in repentance of sin) or clean a space out of clutter, we must replace it with something Godly!  Just like God didn't just "sweep/wipe" our sins away. He "washed" us in the blood of Jesus! 

Written by: Sangita Evans, Clear and Hear

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Count Your Blessings

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Organize Your Kitchen for Healthier Living

Organize Your Kitchen for Healthier Eating

Task: Remove expired food from frig and pantry Eccl 3:1-6 "There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven… a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away."

Did you resolve to eat healthier in 2019? Here are 8 tips to ensure that your refrigerator and pantry are set up to support your healthy lifestyle goals.

Empty the contents of your fridge into categories-cheese, condiments, drinks, meat, fruits, vegetables, ‘other’ (ex. leftovers). Discard items past expiration date or appeal.

Sort remaining items into new categories -  examples could include by types of food, by person, by dietary needs. There is no one ‘right’ way to organize your food. Adjust shelving to make the best use of your refrigerator space.

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A Place for Everything

A Place for Everything

Task: Pick up items around the house Matt. 6:19-20 “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. 2 But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.”

The saying ‘a place for everything, and everything in its place’ can sound a bit cliché.

The reality of having a place for everything can really make a difference in your daily home life, or your work world. Some people have items placed in various areas.  Needing to access or find a particular item can be a time consuming, use up physical and mental energy, and cause frustration.

In working with one client recently, we had sorted through her clothing, reorganized the ‘keep’ clothing, and removed the donate items.  When she went to get ready for an appointment, she was surprised at how quickly she was able to access, decide, and get dressed.  It had usually taken her 30 minutes to find what to wear.  It only took her 10 minutes, which left her some time to make further preparations before her appointment.  Through this experience, she found out the importance of having a home for everything.  She can now see the value in it. One analogy that I use is – think of the cutlery drawer.  If you want a bowl of cereal, you know where the spoons are.

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Organize Your Closet

Simple ways to love your closet and yourself

Task: Remove worn, ill-fitted and outdated clothing

I Samuel 16:7 “The Lord does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”

When you love your closet and what you’re wearing, you feel so much more confident about yourself. With a little dedicated attention, you can purge it, store it and maintain it.  Here are the basics for an effective closet [and confidence building] overhaul.

Clearing the closet Before you invest in any containers or shelving, you need to know what is going to be staying in your closet. We all have things that we no longer use that need to be purged. Sort piece by piece.  Take it out of the closet or drawer – hold it and look at it. Is it worn out, faded, pilling, holes, etc. If it’s worn out, but you feel, “I need it until I have a replacement.” Start a list of articles you need to shop for. This way you can purge the item and shop wisely. How long has it been since you’ve worn it? Is it still in style? If two seasons have passed by, it’s time to say good-bye to old fashion.  Don’t keep it just because it was expensive. Gift it or sell it to ease the guilt. It’s not adding to your life just because you spent a lot on it. Does it fit? Don’t keep it because you hope you fit in it someday…we’ve all been there. If you do go down those two sizes you’re holding out for, you will be thrilled and want to go shopping for new things. Or, the clothes will be out of style when you lose the weight, so do keep them just to get rid of them in two years.

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Move Treasures; Not Stuff

Move Treasures, Not Stuff

Task: Fill a trash bag and dispose of it

Matthew 6:21 "For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."

Moving is exciting yet challenging. Here are four tips for making your move in a meaningful manner.

Do not approach your move with a “What do I get rid of?” attitude. Approach your move in a positive light; this is an opportunity for a clean slate and reinvention, regardless of circumstances. Ask yourself which items will help support who you want to be and how you want to live in your new home.

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Task: Pick a project you have been avoiding

1Cor 10:33 “You say, ‘I am allowed to do anything’--but not everything is good for you. You say,’ I am allowed to do anything’--but not everything is beneficial.”

It’s hard to get yourself motivated to do some tasks that you just don’t like doing.  What motivates you to do something? Is it a priority in your life?  Do you live by a schedule or allow distractions to rule your day? When it comes to organizing, it’s easy to procrastinate.  You know things are getting out of hand.  You know that the garage or basement is full of stuff you’ll never use.  You know the closets are bulging with outgrown, ill-fitted clothes and shoes. So why do you procrastinate?  It’s a matter of time.

So how can we be more productive?  Let’s evaluate how we spend our time.  Do we have in mind the things we want to accomplish that day? Or, are we rushed in the morning, running late for appointments or work?  Have we prepared the night before to gather what we need the next day like grocery lists, items to be returned to the store or people we need to contact?  Or, are we frantically looking for our keys and trying to remember what we need before we leave the house?

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Paper Management

Systems for Business Paper Management

Task: Collect documents for taxes

Romans 13:6-7 “This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God’s servants, who give their full time to governing. Give to everyone what you owe them: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue; if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor.”

If you are one of those who can’t seem to get papers into a file, don’t panic because you need to get your papers for tax purposes. Here’s a simple system to handle paper clutter this year and to continue for many more. This system is suited for owners who travel to business appointments in their vehicles.

Everyone thinks differently about handling paper.  Ask yourself what you dislike most about paper management.  Is it the filing?  Is it the difficulty of deciding what to label the file? Is it a time issue? Are you overwhelmed with the volume of papers you need to handle?  Do you find receipts on your dashboard, in your pants pockets after they have been laundered, or stuff in your wallet?  Determine what the blockage is before you proceed.

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The Organizing Gene - Part 1

The Organizing Gene. Did you inherit it? Part 1

Task: Help an aging parent with a project

1 Peter 4:10 "Each one should use whatever gifts he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms."

It would be so convenient if all parents and children were born with the “organizing gene”. The reality is, only 10% of humans are born with the innate ability to create systems and maintain them. Luckily, if done correctly, organizing skills can be taught. Here are some key rules of engagement for an adult child to teach their parent how to organize.

Rules of Engagement: Children Organizing Their Parent where child has the ‘organizing gene”/parent does not

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Benefits of Making Your Bed

Task: make your bed

Isaiah 32:18 “My people will live in peaceful dwelling places, in secure homes, in undisturbed places of rest.”

Starting off the day with making the bed can go a long way. Create a habit of making the bed as soon as you get up.   This one accomplishment can start off the day in a positive way and can be built on with other accomplishments throughout the day. 

By making the bed before you leave the room, will help to complete the task.  If you must leave the room, try to make the bed before you get dressed and ready for the day.  As the bed takes up a large amount of surface space in a room, a bed that is made feels less cluttered.  Less visual clutter will result in less mental clutter.  When making the bed, remove any extra items that don’t belong on the bed. 

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Prepare Him Room

Let every heart prepare Him room?!

Task: Prepare your home for company.

Psalm 22:3 “The Lord inhabits the praises of his people! God comes and makes His dwelling with us! He lives and abides with us!”

We've sung this beautiful song for so many years and now it somehow has a special meaning to the eyes of a Faithful Organizer!  So, how does one go about preparing a room for a King? Very early in my journey to becoming organized, I realized something very important. I saw how I would be so diligent in trying to clean up my home in lieu of 'the arrival of a guest'.  I'd scurry about here and there to make our home presentable. I'd throw out the trash, light some candles, take out the best of our linens and towels, set the table with our best dishes, glassware and silverware! I'd cook their favorite meals and make sure all their needs were met! Their room would be as comfortable as it could be.  I'd even be at my best behavior and be so well mannered. I'd treat them like royalty!  So, if a King were to come to my home, I think I'd know what to do! But, God quickly taught me a valuable lesson: the people I had to honor in my life were the people closest to my heart, my family.  He showed me how I ought to love them just as I would love Him. To honor and respect them, the same way as I would Jesus; to welcome them with the highest regard as they came home; to serve them joyfully with all my heart, and with the best I had to offer!  So, with that in mind, decluttering and organizing had a whole new meaning to me. I wanted to make a place of comfort and refuge for the people I loved!

Prepared by: Sangita Evans, Clear and Hear

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Count Your Blessings

This is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in HIm.

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March Toward Simplicity 2019


Faithful Organizers Launch 4th Annual MARCH TOWARD SIMPLICITY Campaign


For the fourth year in a row, Faithful Organizers, an international group of Christian Professional Organizers, will be promoting their annual organizing month-long event beginning March 1st.  The campaign involves a daily task to be completed to help individuals create and keep good organizing habits.  Along with each task, is a daily scripture verse to inspire and motivate.  Our approach to organizing differs from other Professional Organizers. Sangita Evans, the devotional director puts it this way, "Because each client is unique and their struggles and needs will differ, as Christian Organizers, we like to take that to a deeper level and make a path for our clients so they can hopefully see and hear God’s voice." 

A daily blog relating to the assigned task will be posted on the Faithful Organizers Facebook page. These articles were written by various members of Faithful Organizers. In addition to these three items, an image depicting the task will be included.  “Our goal is to make the campaign user-friendly so that all people seeking assistance would be encouraged to participate,” stated Kathy Meckley, the marketing representative with Faithful Organizers.

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Heather Furlong joined the Faithful Organizer’s board to fill vacant slot as Director of Marketing. Ms. Furlong desires to move in an internal direction focusing more on members by using tools such as Facebook Live to grow and solidify the organization.  Heather also serves as administrator to the organizations’ private Facebook page since it originated in April 2015.  Ms. Furlong has been a member of Faithful Organizers since 2007. 

Angela Cody was re-elected to continue serving as executive director. “Serving on the board is a way to bring God’s light to the organizing and productivity industry,” is one of her reasons for volunteering to lead Faithful Organizers. She first served on the board as Director of Technology. Virtual Devotions and Educational Webinars were begun under her guidance. During her tenure as executive director, Ms. Cody appeared on Shark Tank promoting her business concept. Her family also experienced an unplanned move from Arizona to California where she had to reopen her business. Angela’s membership began in 2008.

Lisa Dodson (member since 2015), was re-elected as Secretary, as well.  Other members include Cassie Thompson, Treasurer (member since 2016), and Sangita Evans (member since 2016), Director of Education.

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Faithful Organizers Promote America Recycles Day

America Recycles Day is November 15th.  As Christian organizers, Faithful Organizers' members strive to improve the quality of life in homes, offices and the environment.  Recycling is a key component in the process of de-cluttering, sorting and organizing.  Through the sorting process, items are set aside to be redistributed for recycling.  Many times, people are tempted to simply toss the outdated electronics, the old eyeglasses, even books in the trash because they don't know what to do with them.  There are resources available that will recycle even reuse these items.  Stores and organizations also offer donation receipts. If you need suggestions, click here to find an organizer to help you through the process.

Here's a few places to recycle: Staples, Recycling locator, Styrofoam, what can be recycled

If you know of a store, organization, business, or group that recycles or if you have ideas on how to reuse or repurpose items, share them on our Facebook page.


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Faithful Organizers Virtual Organizing Course

Register for the virtual courseHelping Your Financially-Challenged Organizing Clientstaught by Katherine Trezise, Absolutely Organized, LLC

The virtual course is hosted by Faithful Organizers and open to Members and Non-Members to participate.

Monday November 13, 20178-9pm EST



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You may have noticed that things look a little bit different on our website.  We are celebrating 25 years as a group as shown on our logo. You can read more about Our Story here. 

 We have made great strides in our organization in recent years.  It 2014, we updated our logo to reflect our faith in our Savior. That same year we updated and expanded our website so visitors to our website could do their own search for members and speakers.  Also, potential members can apply online.

 We have expanded our board of directors to include marketing and treasurer directors.  With the availability of technology, Faithful Organizers now has a Facebook page where daily tips, inspirations and humor are posted.  Our “likes” grow every month.

We have expanded our memberships services to include monthly virtual meetings, a private Facebook page for members only, a monthly newsletter and, as always, a monthly devotional.

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Organize His Way Webinar


Eileen Koff, CPO to Conduct Faithful Organizers Webinar


Certified Professional Organizer Eileen Koff will be conducting a Faithful Organizers webinar based on her book “Organize His Way – A Christ-Centered Approach to Organizing Your Life” beginning February 21, 2017.  The course will run for 6 weeks. Her book published in 2014 by Redemption Press, has already been taught in several national locations and continues to inspire both readers and teachers. This class is open to members and non-members.  To register, to go the link below.

 Eileen became a member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) in 1998. That same year she founded her professional organizing company "To The Next Level". For nearly a decade, Eileen served as NAPO's Publication Chair, editor of the NAPO News and Communication Project Head for the Education Committee. In 2007 she became a board-certified professional organizer. Eileen holds a Level II Specialist Certificate with the Institute of Challenging Disorganization. Her long-standing emphasis on eco-friendly solutions for her clients led her to receive the "Best Green Service" award by NAPO-LA in 2013.  Eileen was the Devotion and Prayer Director for Faithful Organizers for many years and is a columnist for Just Between Us, a Christian women's magazine.

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God is moving us in mighty ways.  Eileen Koff, Faithful Organizers' Education and Devotions director, completed a two part interview on the Health Begins at Home podcast.  Brooke Lounsbury, RN, hosted the hour long broadcast. Her program, Health Begins at Home, airs on both Messianic Lamb radio and Hebrew Nation Radio.Eileen discusses many facets of organizing including the various aspects of the situationally challenged, chronically challenged and hoarders.  The majority of our clients come under the first two categories.  Hoarders are unique in that they require assistance with specially trained organizers and therapists.  Eileen further covers the differences between being an organized person and what a professional organizers does.Ms. Koff, author of the book “Organize His way” explains the importance of how an organized life can declutter and improve your relationships and draw you closer to God. The interview also covers the correlation between organizing and purging your home for Passover. Click here to listen to podcast #70.  It is 55 minutes long so curl up with a nice cup tea in your favorite chair to take it all in.


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