Mind Your Ps & Qs Announces New Organizing Tool for Overwhelmed People

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Cutting Edge New Media Used For Organizing On Demand Video Series

Mind Your Ps & Qs professional organizing announced today the immediate availability of organizing videos. Easy to follow tips are designed to help anyone feeling overwhelmed by clutter and disorganization learn how to bring order and restore calm to their home.

General Population Looking To Save Time and Money    

A 2008 National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) survey of 400 consumers nationwide showed that 65 percent of respondents noted that their household was at least moderately disorganized, 71 percent said their quality of life would improve if they were better organized and 96 percent of respondents indicated that they could save time every day by becoming more organized. Of those, 15 percent of respondents felt they could save more than an hour each day — for a total of more than 15 days per year — if they were more organized at home and 30 percent of respondents felt they could save at least 30 minutes each day — or more than an entire week per year — if they were more organized at home.

Help Is Just a Click Away

Closet and pantry organization; a meal-planning system; taking charge of papers and time are a few of the areas covered in this six-part video organizing series. The videos are available for immediate download at http://www.psandqs.com and can be accessed and referenced on demand. Until May 31, 2010, customers can download and view the videos for the introductory offer of $12.95 by going to http://www.psandqs.com/discount.

Founded in November 2004, Mind Your Ps & Qs professional organizing was founded on the belief that when Processes and Possessions are in order, Quality of life improves. The company employs the old-fashioned ideas of living simply, positive thinking and earth-friendly resourcefulness to help clients create a clutter-free, peaceful home.

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