One Year Later and We’re Still Here? Organizing and Productivity for the #WFH Life
$10 for Members
$20 for non Members
For many of us, working from home, even part of the time, is going to be our new standard for a long time. It’s time to think about what’s working, what isn’t, and make some changes to be on better ground for this next phase of life!
Last Spring, so many of us pulled together some last minute “this will have to do” set ups at home for working and schooling. We thought it would be just for a few weeks, maybe a couple of months, but a year later, we’re still making do with what we cobbled together.
In this 60-minute session, we’ll discuss:
- Thinking about space, productivity, and energy management in your workspace - Creating boundaries from your home life – both with our space and with our time
- Maximizing small spaces, weird spaces, and office-by-day-life-by-night spaces
- Making use of what you have and when you should open up the piggy bank
- How to get a fresh plan for spring cleaning for your home and airing out the last year!
Kathy Vines is a Certified Professional Organizer®, Productivity Specialist, and the owner of Clever Girl Organizing®, based in Melrose, MA. Kathy launched Clever Girl in 2013 after a 20-year career in Human Resources and brings her extensive coaching experience to help make a difference in people’s lives. She works with residential and small business clients to help untangle their relationship to stuff and create the systems they need to conquer the chaos around them. During COVID, Kathy pivoted instantly, working with clients through her Virtual Organizing business, which she started in 2016. She is the author of “Clever Girls’ Guide to Living with Less: Break Free from Your Stuff, Even When Your Head and Heart Get in the Way.” Kathy has been featured in many issues of Better Homes and Gardens “Secrets of Getting Organized” and “Get Organized in Minutes” magazines, Real Simple’s “Organize Your Home” magazine, and appeared on “Inside Edition” in a spot that has over 2.5 million views on YouTube.