Disorganized?
Frank Criscenti

Redwood City, CA

#1 Feb 19, 2013
According to the 2010 census, 13.3% of the U.S. population is 65 or older. 11.7 million American families are headed by a single parent. 42 million Americans provide almost daily help for a family member, and 61.6 million provide help in some manner for a family member. Is it any wonder many of us have a mess that never seems to go away? Who has the patience to deal with it? Many people physically can’t manage to do much beyond a little sorting.
Professional organizers have good tips on how to banish that pile of junk. They say it can take months to finally get rid of the problem. It also takes a lot of lifting and stacking. Organizers offer great ideas, but again, time and ability is an issue. And who is going to deal with the stuff once it is gathered together?
Clutter and disorganization can seriously stress a lot of people. Some of us can cope with a mess without noticing it seems. Other folks can’t seem to function when an area gets cluttered. Studies have shown that a whole lot of Americans are suffering unnecessarily from the disorganization of their homes and workspaces. Is this you?
Junk King is a full-service junk removal and recycling business. We pick up the junk where it lays. You don’t lift a finger. No, we are not organizers, caregivers, or psychologists, but we are very good at our jobs. We’re fast and green. We recycle or donate 60% of what we haul. Junk King could be the first step to a more organized space.
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