Updated: Jun 12
Remember my last post, all about my husband and I taking a planning retreat, and a few of the things that came out of that trip? Well, after much thought, prayer, and planning, I'm thrilled to announce that New Day Organizing is growing! Yes, this baby business has added another organizer to the mix. Part of my planning and goal setting for New Day Organizing was to take the very best care of my clients as possible, and adding another organizer was the best way I could find to do this.
Yes, New Day Organizing is growing, and Tamra is the perfect fit. The two of us will now be collaborating to finish our clients' organizing and de-cluttering projects in a shorter time. We will be working both together and separately to get the work done. When we work together we have found that more than twice the amount of one organizer gets accomplished. And the price for 2 organizers is simply twice that of one, so our clients are loving it.
We still have a few surprises up our sleeves, so keep watching for updates to the website, and more, as we grow the dream. Join us on the Facebook page, and on Instagram, and watch for a formal introduction to our newest organizer in the near future. Keep watch for a blog post about craft room organization, along with a new printable (or several) under the printables tab.
Things sometimes seem to be happening slowly, but when I realize that this business didn't even exist a year ago, I am astounded. It's been an exciting year, many times exhausting, but oh so rewarding. I have learned an amazing amount about starting a business and about myself. I have learned that after God, and family, my business comes third. This realization is nearly the most remarkable of all, and one that I'm struggling with just a little. You see, I've become somewhat of a workaholic over the past year, and find myself needing to pull away from doing "just one more thing" before spending time with my husband, family, or just plain resting and relaxing. This summer I am determined to sit on my porch, spend time with my people, read some books, take another trip or two, and use set, pre-planned time to work on whatever is in store for this little business.