Meet SarahSarah Cronin, Professional Organizer
Sarah Cronin is a professional organizer, and a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals. She and her husband of 14 years are thankful to be the parents of 4 children; ages thirteen, eleven, nine, and six. Sarah has a degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Minnesota, and experience in preschool and early childhood settings. Sarah’s passion for organizing stems from her own experience of trying to dig her way out of perfectionism, clutter, depression, and isolation. She strives to encourage, support, and educate so that others will have the tools they need to organize with a purpose, and restore peace and passion to their family life.
I believe that the most authentic reason to strive for organization is to free up our time and space for the things we are passionate about. Making intentional choices about our belongings and our time can give us a sense of peace, which is a gift to ourselves and all those around us.
I will respect your belongings, your space, and your opinions. I will ask questions to understand your preferences, and get to know your personal style. I will sometimes propose new and different ways of approaching your belongings and space, and I will ask you to keep an open mind, but the final decisions are all yours. We will work together to create spaces and routines that are functional and inspiring.
Everything will always remain strictly confidential. I won’t discuss any part of our sessions with others. I will ask to take before and after pictures of the spaces we work on for my own records, but I will ask for specific permission before using them anonymously in presentations or marketing materials.
Your feedback is very useful and important to me. If anything is confusing or unclear at any point during the process, please ask for clarification. It is my goal to learn something from every session, so I welcome your very honest feedback at any point.
Sarah is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), and the Director of Communication and Technology for the Minnesota Chapter of NAPO. Sarah has a degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Minnesota, experience in preschool and early childhood settings, and 5 years of professional organizing. She and her husband of 16 years have 4 kids; ages 15, 13, 11, and 8.