Shirley Falls, owner of First in Organizing, is a productivity consultant and professional organizer who understands the world bombards us with information and increasingly demands our time. We can quickly feel dominated by the chaos.Organized people not only have less stress and frustration, but they also save time and money.
At First in Organizing, we listen to you and develop a plan of action unique to your needs. Our approach is patient, non-judgmental, and considerate of each client’s situation. Review our services to see why you should hire First in Organizing.
Room Organizing – Whether you need one room or the whole home organized, First in Organizing is committed to helping you gain control over your space in order to have more time to do what you really love doing! Spending less time finding missing items not only reduces stress, but also allows more time to spend with family and friends. The results can be life changing for a dedicated client that is ready for change.
Space Planning – Maximize the functional use of available space by creating zones of activities. This could be anything from a game area in the living space to a food prep area in the kitchen.
Clutter Control – Create order from chaos • Purge items no longer used • Have a home for everything
Unpacking – Moving! It is a 6-letter word with lots of activities! Shirley can provide a team to unpack the boxes and get you organized in your new home. The quicker you are settled, the less time you will spend living in an unorganized space searching for your belongings. We will set up your kitchen, organize your closet, make your bed, plug in your lamp, or whatever you need to resume your life.
Productivity – Shirley will help you identify and use resources that will enable you to smoothly run your home.
Coaching – Shirley can motivate and encourage you to make good decisions, accomplish your goals, and develop the skills needed to maintain your new organizing processes.
Shirley is an active member of the National Association of Productivity Consultants and Professional Organizers (NAPO) and the NAPO-DFW Chapter. She currently serves as President of Board of Directors for the NAPO-DFW Chapter.