If getting rid of clutter and optimizing organization in our lives and homes was easy, there would not a profession called “organization expert” or “professional organizer,” would there? There would be no National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, agreed? (An actual thing. We googled it. And included the link for you, just in case. You’re welcome.)
However, the fact that these things exist means that not all of us are naturally great at organizing. And massage therapists need organization as much as the next person.
Read the blog for tips on decluttering your environment… because clutter is the opposite of what you want your massage environment to offer your clients.
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“We all have a lot to do.
In addition to running a massage practice, there’s still housekeeping, mowing the lawn, working out, calling the plumber, writing that article, paying that parking ticket, calling your mother, planning that trip, buying that present and keeping in touch with at least one friend, so you don’t feel like a loser.
Oh yes, I forgot to mention one other little task many of us do—have kids. Life can be pretty overwhelming, so how is it possible many people can handle it all and have a clutter-free environment?”