Virtual Organization

Atlanta traffic can be terrible. Many times, I have long drives to client’s homes, often arriving a bit early to allow for mishaps in traffic. When I arrive early, I usually park away from their home until the time I am supposed to arrive.

At times my client is also returning to their home and they get caught up in traffic. I sit and wait for their arrival but now the clock is ticking for them on using their assigned time. I have had clients lose up to and even over an hour of their scheduled time this way. Other times clients have forgotten or been unrealistic about tasks they have had to do before our appointment and I get a call or text about being late as I am almost at their home.

Just yesterday, a client lost 2 of her 3 paid hours. She has occasionally used virtual organizing with me before, but those sessions had been mostly consultations and brainstorming sessions. I pointed out to her again yesterday that we could set up virtual sessions working on the projects she needed to do. I would be her body double and accountability partner via Facetime. She could set her times when she knew she could be home for at least an hour and not lose paid time trying to get home.

We set two times for this coming Friday where she would have everything in place for the project and we would Facetime for an hour. Then we plan to take an hour break where she was not paying for my time and resume for another hour. After that second hour she could continue to work for a while and send me pictures and texts showing her progress.

This is one example of how virtual organization saves time and money for the client.

Contact Time Space Organization, 404-299-5111 or Jonda@timespaceorg.com if you think this organizational service might be a fit for you.




Jonda S. Beattie

Professional Organizer

Organizational Help for Those With Crazy Work Hours

Many people work hours that are not your usual 9 to 5 Monday through Friday schedule. People in the medical field or law enforcement, service industries like hotels, restaurants, bars, real estate agents, instructors in dance or yoga are a few examples. Then you have people who work more or less regular hours but also have to take care of children or their parents or both. Or there are those people who work and go to school or work more than one job.

These people may very well want and need some organizational help. They are looking for ways to streamline the paper that comes into their homes or to set up an easier way to meal plan, shop and cook. Perhaps they need help clearing up a bedroom so they can get a good nights sleep. But they simply don’t have 3 or 4 hours in a block or an entire day to tackle these projects.

This is where virtual organizing can be a real help. With each session of virtual organizing you need to schedule one hour working with the organizer via Skype, FaceTime, or Zoom and then one hour where you independently work on planned tasks to help you complete your project. Because the organizer is not traveling to your home in rush hour traffic, hours can be more flexible. As you continue to work independently you check in with the organizer via text message or email. This plan can be customized to fit your needs.

You don’t have to worry about someone coming into your house because the organizer only sees what you want her to see in order to complete the one project you have chosen to tackle. If you have a large project, the organizer can help you break it down into manageable parts and you complete one section at a time at your own speed.

For more information on how this might work for you, please contact me through my website www.timespaceorg.com or send me an email at jondab@earthlink.net. We can then schedule a time to talk.



Jonda S. Beattie

Professional Organizer

The Benefits of Virtual Organizing

Virtual organizing is a service that Time Space Organization offers. It is a great option for some people. The organizer uses her hands-on expertise and knowledge to create an action plan to meet the client’s needs.


How does virtual organizing work?
  • First there is a free phone consultation to determine if virtual organizing would work in this given situation
  • Once it is determined that it is a good fit, a questionnaire is filled out to help solidify intentions and goals for the sessions
  • If appropriate, pictures of the target area are sent
  • A  vision of what the area will look like and how you will feel in this area is explored
  • A brainstorm list is put together of all tasks that need completing for the vison to come to fruition
  • Possible organizational roadblocks are studied
  • A completion date and time line are developed
  • During each session, we refine the plan and dates to complete tasks are put on the calendar
  • As the organizer, I hold you accountable, help you prioritize, and make suggestions
  • Once the project is complete, we develop a maintenance program
How do you know if this would work for you? It would work if:

  • You can work on your own and are motivated but you want/need some guidance and accountability
  • You recognize the importance of organizational help but are on a budget
  • You are comfortable communicating by phone, email, skype, and can send emails with photos
  • You are creative and want custom-tailored sessions
  • You would rather work with an organizer in one hour sessions rather than the hands on 3 hours plus sessions and can work on completing projects on your own time
  • You are not physically close to professional organizers but still want their help
For more information visit my web site http://timespaceorg.com/services/ or contact me by email (jonda@timespaceorg.com) or phone 404-299-5111.

Jonda S. Beattie

Professional Organizer

Plan for 2017

2016 is coming to a close. It is great to look back and see all that was accomplished. With that fresh in mind, let’s make plans for the upcoming year. I have done my business goals, chosen my word of the year (release), and am now scheduling things I want to accomplish in this coming year.

One of the first things I do when I set up my calendar is divide my home into 10 zones. Every month except July and December, I work on one zone in my home. The goal is that by the end of the year I have touched everything I own and have let go of things I no longer need or love. I have also organized the items I have decided to keep.

This has worked so well for me over the years that a couple of years back I set up a Zone Plan Teleclass to lead others through the process. I love the way the plan has developed and the wonderful people who participate in the teleclass. It is an ongoing class and anyone can join at anytime but because I like new beginnings, I would love to invite you to join us now. The call that will get us started on next year is December 30 at 1:30. Because I really would love for you to get started in January, I am reducing the fee for the year by $50 if you sign up before December 30.

Join me for the 10 month Zone Plan Group Coaching Program. We will benefit from exploring 10 months of 2 open line calls a month (recorded for you convenience), one personal closed call to each member, motivating content and exercises, a pdf copy of my workbook, and a closed Facebook group page. All of this is designed to set you on your path of living in the home you envision and so that you control your space.

Each month (skipping July and December) we concentrate on one zone of your home. I will suggest a zone but the beauty of this program is that the concepts will fit any zone or project that you want to tackle.

This program is powerful, yet affordable. For an investment of $450 (and now $400 if you enroll before December 30) you receive twenty teleclass calls and ten 30 minute private coaching calls. There is even a 2-pay option if you need to spread payments out.

If you want results and are ready to make your home the one of your vision, then join us.

Contact me by phone (404-299-5111), email (jonda@timespaceorg.com) or through my website (www.timespaceorg.com)


Jonda S. Beattie

Professional Organizer

Would Virtual Organizing Work for You?





One of the services I offer is virtual organizing. Many people are not sure how this works and if it would work for them. Let’s explore those topics now.

How does virtual organizing work?

  • First we have a free phone consultation to explore if this would work
  • If we decide it will work, you fill out a questionnaire that helps solidify your intentions and goals for the sessions
  • If appropriate, you send pictures of the areas we target
  • You develop your vision of what the area will look like and how you will feel
  • We brainstorm all that needs to happen to reach your goals
  • We set up a completion date and develop a timeline
  • Each session we refine the plan and you put dates on your calendar to complete the tasks
  • As the organizer, I hold you accountable, help you prioritize, and make suggestions as well as keep you motivated
  • Once the goal is reached, we develop a maintenance routine
Would this work for me? Yes, if:
  • You can work by yourself and are motivated but want/need some guidance and accountability
  • You realize that organizational help is important but you are on a budget
  • You are comfortable communicating via phone, email, skype, and can send emails with photos
  • You are creative and need custom-tailored sessions
  • You are not physically close to professional organizers but still want their help
For more information visit my web site http://timespaceorg.com/services/ or contact me by email (jonda@timespaceorg.com) or phone (404-299-5111).

Jonda S. Beattie

Professional Organizer