There are professionals who will come into your home or workplace and organize anything they’re asked to. These areas can include kitchens, garages, and
playrooms. However, there are two areas of a home that should be organized personally, by the people who use them the most. These are the office and bedroom.
Anyone who uses a home office for work or home management probably understands what makes
them most productive. These people know their business and the tasks they must perform on a daily basis, and are therefore the best sources for organizing this area. It’s difficult to imagine someone coming in from outside and placing files, documents, supplies, and equipment into an order that may not be conducive to productivity. Worse, outside intervention may halt all work completely.
Another area that should be placed in order by those who use the area is the bedroom. Although certain professionals can help advise on placement of items and furniture for maximum use of space or spiritual matters, the inhabitants of a bedroom know what makes them feel most comfortable. Getting a good night’s sleep and being able to relax are crucial for everything from weight management to productivity in the workplace. If the occupants of a bedroom surround themselves with colors and decorations that promote relaxation, their room will be of the best use for them.
Becoming more organized is generally a good thing. If outside help is necessary in order to promote productivity and get rid of clutter, various organizers are willing to take on the job of helping out. However, the home office should be organized by the people who work in it, so items are not placed out of reach or lost. The organization of bedrooms should follow suit, to create a sleeping space that’s most effective to those who sleep there.