Christy Best has been a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers since 1995, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NAPO, the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization. She has been organizing for more than twenty years. Her educational background includes publishing and the legal profession.
"There is some special quality about Christy, call it a touch if you will, that brightens and benefits all things with which she comes in contact."
Myles Arber, Publisher- Boulder, Colorado
Recognized Across United States
She is a nationally recognized authority on simplicity and organization, and has been interviewed by Good Housekeeping, USA Today, the New York Times, Readers Digest, the Catholic News Service and Parenting, Home Remodeling, Ace Hardware Homeplace, Prevention, and Woman's Day Magazines. She has also been featured on CNN Radio News and in many other San Francisco Bay area publications, has appeared on The Monterey Channel and KION-TV (Monterey, CA). She has successfully worked with over 1,000 clients throughout the United States.
Living a Simple Life
She lives a simple life on the Monterey Peninsula and spends her days bringing peace, harmony and simplicity to others' lives and environments.
Most recently, she has acted as spokeswoman on paper flow for the VISA USA Corporation, stating that, "Confronting paper, bills, documents and receipts daily may be the most liberating thing you can do for yourself and your finances."
Christy's Success in Counseling
Christy has successfully counseled thousands of people within the United States and internationally, on how to simplify life by organizing the home, the office, the family, relocations and the efficient management of time.