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It’s time to seek professional organizational help. You don’t have to live with the clutter! An organized home or workspace will lead to more relaxation, increased focus, and a better drive to get through the day. Matt Baier Organizing will simplify your life!

A professional home and office organizer in Stamford, Connecticut, Matt Baier does everything from assisting realtors in preparing homes for sale to helping families reclaim their space. Professional personal organization in your residence entails much more than just picking up the kids’ toys; it includes an easy to learn system that will make your entire life more efficient!

To shovel yourself out of a mountain of chaos, or for a helping hand, contact Matt Baier Organizing today!

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    Real Estate Ads: What They Say, What They Mean
    February 23, 2015 by
    We work with a lot of realtors, helping their clients declutter their homes for a faster sale. My friend Gay Gasser, who has a background in real estate, offers up some sage advice to home buyers....
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  • Why I Hate Clutter
    Why I Hate Clutter
    February 9, 2015 by
    I hate clutter because it feels like death. (Can’t accuse me of burying the lead.) Don’t get me wrong. I’m not talking about your purposeful collections, piles of laundry, or ongoing project, sprawled across you table. I’m talking about that excess stuff, with no plan for movement....
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  • Organizing Files By Temperature
    Organizing Files By Temperature
    January 27, 2015 by
    Our clients often get ahead of themselves. I mean WAY ahead of themselves. We may be looking at 30 bags and boxes of papers and the client will ask, “Do you recommend color-coding my files?” What I’m really hearing in their voices is “CAN we color-code my files PLEASE?” It’s...
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  • Organizing Your Way Out of a 3 Ring Bind
    Organizing Your Way Out of a 3 Ring Bind
    December 29, 2014 by
    There is a time and a place for three ring binders. Simply put, when you need to bind reference material, you should use one and when you don’t need to bind reference material you shouldn’t. So what would be some good examples?...
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  • Organizing a Path Beyond Creativity
    Organizing a Path Beyond Creativity
    December 9, 2014 by
    Much has been written recently about a study done by Kathleen Vohs, at the University of Minnesota, that finds a messy work environment promotes creative thinking. Here’s my two cents. I’m a fan of evidence through science, but I am skeptical of these results. Furthermore, I would argue that creativity is...
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