Róisín Meets podcast: ‘Organising is a skill that can be learned’

Professional organiser Sarah Reynolds tackles Róisín Ingle's desk on today's podcast

 

“Organising, for me, is another skill that can be learned,” says Sarah Reynolds, who has made a career out of helping other people become more organised in their own lives with her company Organised Chaos.

Francis Brennan says one is born organised, and while Sarah admits that she too was blessed with such a naturally occurring attribute, she doesn’t think anyone is a lost cause.

On the latest Róisín Meets podcast, she tackles Róisín Ingle’s disorderly desk and gives her a pep talk on how to become more organised without getting stressed about it.

Also on the podcast, Sarah talks about her debut book Organised, her Oprah Winfrey “A-HA!” moment and how, after being trained by her hero Julie Morgenstern, she became Ireland’s first professional organiser and has been helping clients all over Ireland find their hidden organisation skills ever since.

You can find all our podcasts on www.irishtimes.com/podcasts

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