Janet Schiesl is the owner of Basic Organization, a Professional Organizing firm. With fifteen years as a space planning expert in interior design, Janet decided to open a business that concentrated on simplifying the most important space, your home. Basic Organization was founded in 2005 with the tag line “Organize Everything – Simplify Life” which reflects the mission statement used for every client. Janet specializes in working with families and the elderly looking for better time management or wanting to downsize. She brings her experience in space planning to help improve work flow and furniture placement with in a home. Janet is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and is a committee chairperson for the Washington D.C. chapter. She has written many articles focusing on ways to improve your life. She lives and works in Northern Virginia.
How to Organize Children's Toys
Organization expert Janet Schiesl discusses how to best store children's toys.
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Janet Schiesl: Hi, I am Janet Schiesl from Basic Organization. Today, I am going to talk about storing children's toys. In the videos, we are going to discuss location for toys, how to sort toys into zones, storage options for your toys, once they are stored, how to label them and lessons your children will learn from doing this organization, also how to choose age appropriate toys. As we go through the videos, I will discuss tools that you will need to complete this project, also some safety issues having to do with location of toys. Before we get started, I would like to tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Janet Schiesl. My company is Basic Organization. We serve busy families, seniors who are downsizing, people who are moving and the chronically disorganized in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC area. So if you are ready to get started, let's go.