LOOKING FOR A NEW YORK PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZER TO TRANSFORM YOUR HOME OR OFFICE?

If this sounds like you, Gotham Organizers can help:

“I’m overwhelmed by stuff and papers. I need to clear out my space but I have no idea where to start!”
“I spend way too much time searching for things – and not enough time on what’s really important!”
“I have so much on my plate. I need to improve productivity and organization in the office so I can stay on top of everything.”
“I’m moving and I’m totally stressed. I can’t imagine how I’ll get everything done!”

We can help! Our proven Less Mess = Less Stress™ process makes getting organized easy, fast, and even fun.
Call (212) 866-9493 or email now for a free initial organization strategy session.

FOUNDER LISA ZASLOW

With 15+ years of experience and a Master's in Organizational Psychology, organization and productivity expert Lisa Zaslow is regularly called upon by the media and companies to provide practical tips and insight to make life easier. Go >

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HOME ORGANIZATION

We’ll help you create a home you love! Clear clutter. Maximize space. Create simple home organization systems. Organize papers. Manage a move or renovation. And more! Go >



OFFICE ORGANIZATION

We’ll help you create a workspace that works, in your
company or home office. Increase productivity. Organize papers. Master time management. Maximize space. And more! GO >

LISA'S LATEST NEWS


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See Lisa’s column in Real Simple!

Check out Lisa’s “Ask the Organizer” column in the July issue of Real Simple magazine!

Lisa provides practical, concise advice on these common home organization challenges:

HOME OFFICES

Techniques and organizing products to keep work papers from piling up all around the house.

ATTICS

A strategy to clear out a cluttered attic, without being overwhelmed by the project.

KITCHENS

How to store baking pans so they don’t cause an avalanche whenever you remove one. Go >

Summer Productivity Tips: Stay Cool and be More Productive

Credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net If you’re hot and bothered, you won’t be at your productive best. As we enter the “dog days” of August (whatever that means), here are some tips so you can keep your cool – figuratively and literally. Chill out – reduce stress In times of stress, anxiety and anger, the body’s fight or flight response kicks in, setting … Go >