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Michelle Cooper - Put It There

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Chapter Position:






Michelle Cooper, CPO

Put It There/Student Organizers of Atlanta

(404) 784-2100

(404) 784-2100




  Service Area(s): Roswell, Alpharetta, Marietta, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, East Cobb, Midtown, Dekalb, Intown


We design individual plans to help clients simplify their time and space and provide guidance in teaching valuable organizing skills.


Available for public speaking and mentoring new Organizers; created Put It There in 2003.


Education & Certifications:

  • Certified Professional Organizer
  • Golden Circle

Business Specialties:

  • Small Business Organizing
  • File Systems
  • Time Management
  • Efficiencies


Residential Specialties:

  • Basements
  • Attics
  • ALL Rooms
  • Family Organizing
  • Time Management

Special Clients:

  • Students
  • Children
  • ADD
  • Chronically Disorganized


Other Specialties:

  • Student Organizers of Atlanta provides help to students with time management and dis-organizational skills. We offer free parent education presentations, student workshops, classes, and one-on-one organizing sessions which are focused on personalized recommendations for each child based on the individual student's unique learning styles.


Memberships & Affiliations:

  • Institute for Challenging Disorganization
  • Special Interest Group for Student Organizers

Special Offers / Special Events:


Organizing Tips:

  1. Make organizing part of a daily living - even 15 minutes relocating items and maintaining systems goes a very long way!
  2. Label everything if you want others in your home or office to help maintain the systems.
  3. Commit to systems and products that work for you and your family - and no one else. Your mother's/sister's/best friend's systems may not be the right one for you.
  4. Make organizing as fun as possible. Turn on music you enjoy, pop some popcorn for the family, make it a game, and reward all efforts.
  5. Recognize the difference between "good enough" and "perfect." Every step is progress. No one's home looks like The Container Store so don't expect that of yourself either!