What is Virtual Organizing?
Virtual organizing is a form of organizing where we are conducting our session remotely over a virtual platform such as Zoom.
How Does It Work?
Step 1: First we set up a free 20-minute phone consultation so I can get to know you and understand your organizing goals.
Step 2: Next we conduct our first session. Based on our phone call, we will choose the best place to get started. During our session, I will teach you strategies and techniques as we actively declutter. I will be taking notes during our session that capture all the information that you need. I will also be recording the session so you can review it later.
Step 3: After we organize together virtually, I will email you immediately with a summary of what we did so you can continue the process for at least an hour at home, using the tools that you learned with me.
Step 4: When we virtually meet again, we will review any challenges you experienced before continuing to organize and reach your goals.
Why Use Virtual Organizing?
You live outside of One to Zen Organizing's service area
If you live in another state or region then having in-person sessions is simply not possible. However, you can still utilize One to Zen Organizing through virtual sessions.
You have smaller blocks of free time
Traditional in-person sessions require a minimum of 3 hours. Not everyone has 3 hours in a row to spare. Virtual Organizing requires just 1 hour per session. After the session, you will be required to continue organizing in your own time before our next session.
You want to have more control
Many people prefer to be in control of their own space. Since I will be organizing from my own home, you will be the one to ultimately decide what to show me and what to set aside for later (or never).
Virtual organizing is a slower-paced form of organizing with more "staying power." You are practicing the techniques we learned in every session as well as between sessions; Therefore, you will be able to maintain your goals more successfully. Some clients find in-person sessions to be too fast-paced and enjoy the shorter virtual sessions. They are able to digest the information more easily.