My name is Peggy Kinsey, Owner and President of My Time Is Your Time. We’ve been in business since 2005 and we love what we do. Our goal is to assist our Clients in gaining control over the area(s) of their lives that causes them stress. As a Gold Circle Member of NAPO, National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, we help our Clients get organized. Organizing and de-cluttering your home or office can reduce stress, anxiety and help improve a person’s quality of life and restore a healthy work life balance. We believe everyone wants to get organized but our hectic lives make it difficult.
As we live our lives we’re constantly bringing ‘things’ into our homes but we must also take 'things' out. We live in a society of excess and instant gratification. We can literally have almost anything we want at any time we want and have it brought to our front door. While extremely convenient it can add additional clutter to an already cluttered unorganized space.
Clutter can and does have a negative effect on our lives. Most people don't truly realize how clutter, piles, disorganization can negatively affect every area of their lives. How is your clutter negatively affecting your life, your relationships and your health? Have you stopped having friends over because you're not proud of your home? Is your clutter negatively your health: coughing, sniffles and sneezing? Is it negatively affecting your personal relationships? Is it causing or adding to depressions?
Our ultimate goal is to not just get our Clients organized but show them the systems, techniques and ideas to keep them organized. We give our Clients the extra encouragement and ask the hard questions: Do you Like it? Do you Love it? Do you Need it? Do you Want it? It's extremely rewarding and satisfying to help our Clients regain control over their lives, reduce their stress and regaining a healthy work life balance. Please take a few minutes to visit our website at www.timetocallpeggy.com or call me personally at 972-345-5015.
'There's a Place For Everything and Everything Should Be In That Place'
'An Organized Life Is A Less Stressful Life'