Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Professional Organizer?

 A professional organizer, as defined by NAPO, is a person who provides information, products and assistance to help others get organized.

A professional organizer assists others with paper management, time management, record-keeping, residential organizing, business organizing, and above all, clutter control.

What can a Professional Organizer do for me?

A personal organizer can help put into practice those organizing and filing techniques which will:

  • make you more efficient in all aspects of your life
  • save you time and money
  • reduce your stress levels
  • give you more leisure time
  • decrease your feelings of depression and futility

What is NAPO?

NAPO is the National Association of Professional Organizers. It was established in 1985 and is a non-profit professional association whose purpose is threefold:

  • To promote the profession of organizing
  • To educate the public about the field of professional organizing
  • To provide support, education and a networking forum for the membership















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