December 2012 Sponsor Spotlight

It’s that time again where I give a huge shout out to the FANTASTIC sponsors on my blog from the previous month. Please read below to find out how each of them can assist you on your organizational journey or in future endeavors to simplify and de-clutter. I’ve also highlighted any specials, giveaways, promotions, posts, discounts and/or any workshops that may be available to you at this time. Keep reading and you’ll see what I’m talking about, there is something for everyone!!


Profitable Organizer is a company created to help you set up your own Professional Organizing business. I get many inquiries from people wondering how to go about doing this so I’m thrilled to be able to refer you to an excellent resource. Professional Organizer, Cynthia and her husband Adam have designed their business and membership site to help walk you through this process step by step. To find out if this is a path that might be right for you, you can watch this helpful video plus download their free 38 page 2-Week Guide To Generating $50/hr as a Professional Organizer that walks you through what is required and how Profitable Organizer can assist you with setting up your business.

Plus with the start of the new year Profitable Organizer is having a New Year’s Special.  Right now you can purchase their full training program for $365, over 25% off!   All the details can be found here, but remember the sale ends TONIGHT!!

Find out more about their membership options, which include videos, forums, sample documents and much much more, here.


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Crystal from Crystal & Co is a mom to five boys and is a huge believer in easy recipes. Over on her mommy resource site she shares with her readers an index of over 50 easy recipes plus other resources to help you with your menu planning. Her newest resource is a brand new ebook titled, How to Meal Plan, A Step by Step Guide for Busy Moms and is a great ebook to help you get dinner on the table every night. Of course it won’t actually prepare your meals for you but it does provide tips, recipes and printables to get you going. I honestly think menu planning is one of the first places to start on your organizational journey but I know it’s not easy for everyone to implement. Whether you are a menu planner newbie or simply need a menu plan refresher, this ebook can help!  And as you can see it’s currently on sale for just 99 cents!!!

Also if you are stumped with what to make for dinner each night and limited on time (who isn’t?!) then be sure to head on over to Crystal’s easy recipe index for inspiration!

You can also find Crystal sharing recipes on Facebook.


Naked Binder 2 Returning for another month is Naked Binder. Naked Binder makes the highest quality recycled and recyclable eco-friendly office and school supplies on the planet. They have designed their binders to be safer and healthier to make, use and recycle. Their binders, folders and tabs are all made in the US and don’t include any plastics, vinyls or toxins. Thumb through their online catalog to see all they have to offer. Everything about these binders works. Because they last, you have no worries about your papers, or having to get another in a month, or a year, or even 5 years.

Read more on their blog here as well as on Twitter.


Back for another month is Fridge Coaster. Fridge Coasters are beautifully designed, super absorbent “liners” that fit inside every refrigerator no matter the manufacturer or refrigerator model you own. Fridge Coasters should be placed in high traffic areas inside your refrigerator, under produce in the crispers and under milk and salad dressing in the doors. Fridge Coasters provide time saving function and color to the inside of your refrigerator like never before. Guaranteed to fit somewhere inside your refrigerator or your money back! Fridge Coasters are made of a dense super-absorbent 30% recycled wood pulp. Fridge Coasters and their packaging are 100% recyclable! I love Fridge Coasters! To read my review of them, please visit this post.

You can also find Fridge Coaster on Facebook.


In addition to her professional organizing business, Aby Garvey also offers terrific online workshops at Simplify 101. For a complete list of all upcoming online classes please visit their workshop catalog. Unsure if an online workshop is right for you? Take a tour of their online workshop system in advance. Coming up soon is there popular workshop, starting January 17th, called Organize Your Paper Clutter.  This six-lesson workshop maps out how to organize every type of paper in your home, from art projects and bills to warranties and everything in between. You’ll set up customized systems that think like you do and make it easy to create the habits necessary to keep paper clutter at bay. You’ll also get eight weeks of access to Aby, so you’re sure to get answers to your questions and work past paper-organizing stumbling blocks. If you’re ready to put an end to paper clutter and the stress that comes along with it, grab your spot here.

Find Simplify 101 on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.


Get Organized Wizardis a company designed to help you move from procrastination to action. Their programs help busy men and women take action toward a life of greater happiness, productivity and personal organization.  Right now you can get Michelle’s popular Goals & Priorities 2013 Diary and Organize-In-5 2013 Diary, both brand new for 2013, at the extra-special price of just $4.95 each.  They’re normally $29.00 each – so that’s a discount of 83%!  Check out these specials here.  If you want a structured way to turn your goals into daily tasks that you actually get done, then you’ll love the Goals & Priorities Diary and with the interactive Organize-In-5 2013 Diary, you can organize your home, computer, health, time, and relationships in just 5 minutes a day! It’s the time-poor, busy person’s solution to an organized life. Without the stress.  These special prices are only available until January 15 – so be quick!

Also find Get Organized Wizard on Twitter and Facebook.

get organized diary



Back for another month is Professional Organizer, Helena Alkhas. Helena lives in sunny San Diego with her husband and 3 sweet boys! She offers hands-on and online organizing services with an eye for beauty and a heart for coaching. Her goal is to offer excellent services and teach her clients to get and stay organized! Virtual organizing is a great solution when you just can’t get started but you know you can do it with a little nudge. Schedule your session to get started! If you have a small business she’ll also help with your blog and Social Media as a Virtual Assistant. Helena provides a wealth of resources for your organizing projects along with fresh tips daily on her site, A Personal Organizer. Plus if you want to connect with her and receive daily free home organizing tips, go on over to Facebook and sign up for her newsletter. You can also find Helena on Twitter. If you’d like you can contact her directly via email:


This month we welcome back Chaos Simplified with their brand new Woman’s Life Planners for 2013! Some of you will remember me featuring them last year on my blog but this year the Chaos Simplified Planners have gone through an extensive redesign and are all new and better than ever. There are two styles to choose from, the Week by Week Planner and the Life Planner. The Week by Week Planner includes scripture to encourage and quotes to inspire, list your days top 3 priorities, track those 8 glasses of water each day, an enormous amount of space to plan your day…and everyone else’s, keep track of those ‘things to do’ and the ‘phone calls to make’.

The Woman’s Life Planner includes the Week by Week Planner as above but also has a refillable tri-fold design complete with 5 notepads that will bring even more order to your busy life. These notepads include: the art of juggling, my dreams and doodles, today’s most important tasks, meal planner and grocery list. When its all closed up it’s compact into an 8×10, easy to tote size. For pictures and more information please visit Chaos Simplified.

Also find Chaos Simplifed on Facebook.


If you would like to consider joining these awesome sponsors and advertising with me, please send an email to orgjunkie (at) hotmail (dot) com and I’d be happy to discuss my rates with you. Please also check out my advertise page for my site statistics. Thanks so much!!

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2 Responses to December 2012 Sponsor Spotlight

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    Paula says

    I am a clinically depressed Mom of 2, ages 9 and 7 with a struggling Husband that owns his own business with a brother that does not pull his own weight. I occasionally sub for the Educational Assisatant at my childrens schools and I sell Silpada Designs jewellery and Amway. Neither of the sales are a success because of the depression. My husband was not when I married him but is now a neat FREAK and I do not want to do anything but sleep at the moment.
    HA! As you can see, I have some problems. My Mother passed away 2 years ago and counting and I have a loving extended family but my sister is not dealing well with her death either. We both have pain issues and I recently was rear ended and am going to physio for thereapy for help.
    I do love to reorganize in the new year because the kids get some wonderful new things from their wonderful loving family. My husband wants to purge the whole house, unfortunately the kids are the kind that rotate and play with so many diverse things it is hard to choose what to give away and the kids do not want to give ANYTHING away.
    We do not have much money and or time do you have any suggestions?
    (Other than get off your ass and get better, I have already heard that one)
    Sorry for the nutcracker!
    They got some bigger actions figures and art supplies this year. Containers I have are full to overflowing and my son just had his bday last month and daughters bday was Sept. Needless to say it seems the worse for wear right now!
    p.s.s. We have half a bonus room and very small bed rooms to work with. My daughter has a fetish for putting EVERYTHING she owns on her dresser big and tiny. I can handle my son’s room(right now anyway).


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