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Emily Lyles - Helping Hands Professional Organizing

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Emily Lyles

Director of Professional Development

Helping Hands Professional Organizing

678-860-1294

678-860-1294

emily@hhorganizing.com

www.hhorganizing.com 

 
Service Area(s):

Northwest Atlanta area- Bartow, Carroll, Cobb, Douglas, Paulding,

& South Fulton Counties

 

"Creating Calm Out of Chaos"

 

Helping Hands provides residential and small business organizing services. Serving clients since 2006 in the Northwest Metro Atlanta area and beyond. 

 

Education & Certifications:

  •  Graduate, University of Georgia 
 

Business Specialties:

  •  Home Office Paper, Electronic & Space Management

 

Residential Specialties:

  •  All areas of the home, most especially basements, closets, craft rooms, garages, home offices and kitchens.    

Special Clients:

  •  Seniors 
  • Children
  • Clients with physical disabilities 

 

Other Specialties:

  • Downsizing
  • Move Management 

 

Memberships & Affiliations:

  • Member, NAPO- National Association of Professional Organizers
  • Member, NAPO-Georgia
  • Member, NASMM- National Association of Senior Move Managers 
  • Member, Paulding County Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Paulding Executive Women
  • Member, West Cobb Business Association, Special Events & Fundraising Chair
  • Member, Powder Springs Business Association, Special Events Chair
 

Special Offers / Special Events:

  •  15% off organizing services for new clients
 

Organizing Tips:

  •  Use 3-ring binders with sheet protectors to organize tear sheets from magazines with ideas for decorating, gardening or cooking.
  • Use everyday items to organize- ice cube trays in drawers, baby food jars for small supplies, old checkbook boxes, altoid tins, etc.
  • Make an appointment with yourself once a week to purge one small area of your house- linen closet, pantry, home office desk, etc. You will not only have the time to accomplish this task, but you'll create a revolving organizing schedule you can use over and over again. 
 

Disclaimer:

While NAPO-Georgia verifies the current membership of each provider listed in the Find An Organizer section, we do not guarantee the work of the provider, nor are we responsible in any way for his or her performance. Any service contract you enter into with a service provider, initiated by information you have gathered from NAPO-Georgia, is strictly between you and the service provider. We strongly urge you to call and interview more than one service provider, just as you would any new provider you would consider hiring.