Help with Getting Organized in 2012

Happy New Year and welcome to 2012! I trust that everyone had a warm and restful holiday season and are now trying to get back into the swing of things. For some that might be taking down the Christmas tree and putting away the Christmas decorations. For others, that might look more like a New Year’s resolution list of goals to achieve in the new year. While I have never been a huge proponent of resolutions, they can be a good thing if they are realistic and attainable. At the top of the list is the objective to lose weight, followed closely by getting into shape. An attempt to quit smoking tends to fall onto many a list as well. What else do people set themselves for as goals? How about spending more time with family and friends or the challenge of getting more organized. Of course everyone is different and people have their own individual goals that they set for themselves, but any of these tasks are worthy projects to apply yourself to. The challenge is how to go about succeeding at them though.

I don’t know if I would describe myself as an expert on weight loss, or getting into shape, for that matter. Toting around chainsaws helps with upper body strength, plus tones the core, but just doesn’t seem realistic for the general masses as an exercise regime. I have my own form of organization, but wouldn’t necessarily recommend it to others either. What I can offer though, is the gift of organization to you, as well as a little more time for you to spend with family and friends. What is the secret, you ask? Why, CLC Tree Services of course!

Hear me out now! How many of you out there fashion yourself handymen (or women), only to discover that you have bitten off more than you can chew in a project? And how many of you have been staring at that gnarly old tree in the backyard, postponing the job of pruning, fertilizing or cutting it down? Oh sure, you might have whacked at it with your pruners once or twice, but did it really look any better afterwards? Be honest, did you ever even look for tree fertilizer the last time you were in that big box store? I didn’t think so.

Now I don’t mean to devalue your skill set, but what I do want to suggest is that crossing off bigger tasks (like tree maintenance) from your master list of goals, will leave you more time to spend with family and friends. It will also help you on the way to feeling more organized and on the ball, when that task is complete. If tree maintenance is the job and it is done by a professional, it also keeps you safer and leaves you with an appealing result ie. a beautiful tree. You might be able to prune, plant, fertilize or cut down your own trees, but when you hire a professional to help with the job, it gets done by a team that is knowledgeable about all aspects of the specimen at hand, as well as being handled faster, plus with no mess to clean up after the fact. CLC Tree Services prides ourselves on making sure your property is cleaned up before the work is complete. In essence, we remove the headache from any tree services task that you have, so that you can focus on other more important aspects of your life, like volunteering, enjoying life more, and spending time with others.  How is that for attaining a new year’s resolution right off the hop? I personally love to know that a job is complete and done well, so that I can move on with a clear conscience onto other projects. So what else is on your list of resolutions?

Happy New Year!

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