Media featuring Aloha Organizers
February 2016: “Organize Mindfully” Podcast”
January 2016: Terry’s Fabrics UK (Click image for full article)
February 2015: Pacific Edge Magazine, “Balancing Act” Online assistance is effective for administrative tasks, but subduing a chaotic home and office environment requires an in-person expert to better organize your space. Enter Aloha Organizers, an O‘ahu-based professional organizing company that not only declutters, but also implements action plans to keep their clients organized. “So much of business is about fighting fires, dealing with whatever situation is screaming the loudest,” says Nancy Nino, owner of Aloha Organizers…read more.
December 29, 2013: Nancy Nino, owner of Aloha Organizers, was featured on KITV’s Yelp segment with Emi Hart to discuss organizing for the new year.
August 2012: About.com Honolulu, “Finding a Personal Organizer on Oahu.” Working with a professional organizer is one of the best investments you can make if you want to get more organized and increase your overall productivity. While the thought of bringing someone into your home or office can seem intimidating, there are resources at your disposal right here on Oahu that can help you through the process…read more.
July 23, 2012: Star Advertiser, “A mess made less.” Aloha Organizers’ Nancy Nino examines “Gracie’s” North Shore home after Gracie won the company’s contest for having Honolulu’s messiest room. The prize: Aloha Organizers, along with 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, came in to clean up and reorganize the room…read more.
May 2012: About.com Honolulu, “Island Living: 4 Powerful Ways to Cut the Clutter.” Admit it. We are pretty lucky here in paradise, what with being treated to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Isn’t it ironic, then, that such picturesque beauty can provide a stark contrast to the cluttered scenes often found inside of our island homes…read more.
April 2012: About.com Honolulu, “4 Dynamic Styling Strategies for Your Island Bungalow.” As many of us Hawaii residents live in smaller spaces than our mainland counterparts, we are required to be more strategic with our space and, frankly, more committed to the organizing process. The first part in that process is dejunking and creating a place for every thing that you own. The second part in that process is creating a style that supports your abode…..read more.
Videos featuring Aloha Organizers (June 2012)