Articles tagged with wendy-davie
I’ve been home from Australia for six days now. Apart from the very first night home, when I slept long and hard after 24 consecutive hours of travel, I haven’t been sleeping properly. I’m a good sleeper (my mom’s narcoleptic…it’s in my genes) but I’ve experienced what it must be like to be an insomniac. Most nights, I’ve just not been getting sleepy at bedtime.
Tagged with: margaret lukens,
I just love spending time with professional organizers. I love going to the NAPO conference and the conference of the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization, which I’ll be attending in just a few weeks. They’re a great way to meet colleagues and become inspired, excited and motivated.
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I don’t know what made me think I’d find time to blog while in Orlando for the 2009 conference of the National Association of Professional Organizers. You’d think by now I’d know that I spend little time in my room there and when I am in my room I’m either chatting or sleeping.
Tagged with: geralin thomas,
mary ann pate,
I heard Wendy Davie speak at the NAPO Chicago Midwest Conference and Expo in November. Her talk, “Forward Momentum: How to Take Your Organizing Business from OK to Awesome, Fast,” was one of the highlights of the conference for me.
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I leave this afternoon to drive to Chicago with my friend and fellow organizer Karel Worley of Clearing Your Path (who, sadly, doesn’t yet have a website). We’re going to the 2008 Professional Organizer Midwest Conference and Expo. There’s a great lineup of speakers, mostly fabulous organizers from around the country (and the world — Wendy Davie, president of the Australasian Association of Professional Organizers, who lives in New Zealand, will be speaking). Other speakers include Elizabeth Hagen, Margaret Lukens, Pam McCutcheon, and Emily Wilska (whose blog was my Blog of the Week a few weeks back).
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