Grid and Glam Was Featured in the Boston Globe!
I’m excited beyond words today, and that’s not an exaggeration. In fact, as I write this I’m realizing that it’s probably time to blog about how to organize when something surprising and life-changing is consuming your thoughts.
Today, I’m there. When I turned my passion into a business, I never could have imagined that a news outlet as prominent as The Boston Globe would feature me, but today THEY DID! My interview is all about how even high performers can use a professional organizer — so if you’re a business professional or other high performer who wants to know know my secrets for staying organized, this one is a must-read for you.
As I read through the article, I can’t help but think about how this all began. I’ve always been an “organizing junkie,” but the process of organizing has served as so much more than a hobby or a habit for me. The truth is, by making organizing a priority, I was able to take control of my time and leverage that productivity into career growth. In short, this thrilling moment in the spotlight wouldn’t be happening if I hadn’t recognized the power of organizing as a driving force in my life, my business, and ultimately my success.
To be honest, it feels a little surreal to read an article about Grid + Glam in the Boston Globe and know that this is just the beginning. I’m a busy mother of two, and I launched my business less than 6 months ago, so recognition from one of Boston’s top business news sources is nothing short of a dream come true.
I have so many fun projects planned for the spring and summer, and I can’t wait to help my clients discover the empowerment, motivation, and freedom that organizing can bring to their lives and careers. As proud as I feel today, I know that I’ll be equally thrilled to watch my clients take the next steps toward seeing their own dreams become a reality.
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