Defining Moments: How It All Began
We are commonly defined by what we do rather than who we are. At a recent gathering of old friends we played the game, “write my epitaph”. A friend who has known me for over thirty years suggested mine would read, “Sue Marie Bowling, she went neatly and on time!”
Organizing has certainly somewhat defined my life for the last 24 years, but it is not the whole of it. My background also includes public relations, retail, performing in music ministry, studying communication and psychological services, eleven years in dentistry and more. But today I am usually identified as that organizer. Continue reading “Reflections Of A Professional Organizer” »
On a sunny morning in May, Sue Marie Bowling sat at Café 906 in Baldwin Park and while indulging in her favorite sweet, a French Coconut Flan, she talked about getting organized.
“There’s nothing wrong with being disorganized,” she said. “But ordered living contributes positively to the quality of life. And conversely, disorder, no matter how tolerant of it we are, costs us time and energy.”
New Year’s resolutions have one thing in common – a better you. Whether the pledge is to get in shape, find that ever-elusive work-life-play balance or inner peace, an organized life for household harmony can set you up for success.
Several months ago, right after DC and I bought a house and got engaged on the same day, and after I pinched myself into reality, the cold fact hit me that my four years of living a clean, well-ordered, show-home-ready, go-ahead-and-open-any-cabinet-because-its-perfect-and-everything-is where-I-want-it lifestyle was about to change.
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