Tips on how to deal with clutter…

1. Commit to do something about it – this is an important first step.

2. Set a goal for your room – plan the space to serve you and how you want to live.

3. Start small – begin with a manageable project such as a junk drawer or bookshelf.

4. Edit items – keep only things which serve your goal for the space.

5. Think green – items you no longer need can be donated or sold.

6. Schedule time to organize – even 20 minutes a day will go a long way.

If you feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or simply don’t have enough time to tackle clutter on your own, a Professional Organizer can help.


Chris at ArtWorkable Interiors has greatly improved my health during work. Having been partially paralyzed since 1987 the odds were against me to be sitting in front of a computer for more than 10 hours a day. I have been in pain for more than two years, from neck to back and even my leg. Chris was recommended by my Chiropractor so I called him in to do an ergonomic assessment on me and my workplace. He was very knowledgeable and detailed with his assessment.

He took photographs, recommended new furniture, sitting positions, devices and even convinced me to follow a workplace health application that pushes me to get up and move every hour. Since his assessment my work has purchased me a new desk, a headset and gel wrist protectors and as I mentioned earlier, my health has improved greatly. I am no longer in pain and the stiffness has subsided. I would recommend Chris to anyone having physical discomfort at their work place.

Jay Williams
Instructional Multimedia Analyst
Saint Mary's University

Jay Williams
Saint Mary's University

Ergonomic Assessments

Why is ergonomics so important?

The way you work affects your well-being.  Many aches and pains associated with work are avoidable with a few simple adjustments.  An  ergonomics program is to educate and reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders and to maintain a healthy work force.

To hire and keep the best workers in today’s hot job market, employers need to be aware of their employees’ work environment.

Workplaces are now more aware of workplace health, partly because of the increased number of employees experiencing repetitive strain injuries.  Rising health-care costs have prompted employers to design effective workplace health and wellness programs.

The objectives of ergonomics assessments are to:

  • Increasing comfort and job satisfaction
  • provide individual assessments to give insight into where problems and risks occur
  • reduce the risk of postural strain by providing recommendations on how to adjust the work station to fit the individual employee
  • to educate employees’ and employers
  • reducing absenteeism
  • decreasing costs
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