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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO)?

A CPO brings a neutral, non-judgmental eye to your projects. A CPO will create custom systems you can use to stay organized not just for a day or a week, but that will also carry on for years and years.

What is NAPO?

NAPO is the National Association of Professional Organizers. It is the premier association dedicated to the field of organizing by providing education and networking opportunities, making industry resources readily and easily available, and promoting the profession to the public. To learn more about NAPO, visit

Why is it important that I hire a professional organizer who is a NAPO member?

NAPO members adhere to the NAPO Code of Ethics, which calls for confidentiality, integrity, and respect for both clients and other organizers. To read the full code of ethics, please click here.

How long will my project take?

Each project is unique and the length will depend on several variables: size and condition of the space, your schedule, the number of items to be addressed and your ability to make decisions regarding those items.

Do I need to clean up before you come?

No clean up required. In order to best assess your real life situation and help you create lasting solutions, I need to see how you live on a day-to-day basis.

Are you going to judge me or talk about my clutter to other clients or colleagues?

Absolutely not. The focus of all in a row is to identify your main goals and issue areas of a particular project. We will work with you to alleviate the distress over those areas through simple, personalized systems. In addition, we will sign a letter of agreement with you giving you our confidentiality. We understand that your personal space is just that: personal. Our goal is to be respectful in meeting your needs.

Are all in a row gift certificates available?

Yes, with a word of caution: it is important to talk with the gift recipient before purchasing a certificate. Organizing is truly personal, so the gift receiver should be willing and ready to make some changes in their life for the process to be effective.

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