The Centre for Spirituality at Work



Thursday, September 26
7:30 to 9:30 pm


Metro Hall, 155 John St. at King St. W., Toronto
3rd floor -- check room listings at top of escalator


Do you believe that that your life would be easier if you felt more in control of your workspace, your home and your time? If so, join the majority of us. Surveys have shown that most people want to feel more organized. There's more to our many modes of clutter, however, than simply a lack of order. Professional Organizer, Estelle Gee, will share her thoughts on the emotional and spiritual roots of disorder and how it affects our wellbeing. Through anecdotes and group discussion, she'll help us understand why we yearn for order and why it's so often illusive.

Orderly Lives Director, Estelle Gee, sees her work as creative problem-solving, rooted in her belief that clutter represents the challenges and transitions that her clients are facing. Since 1992, she has provided one-on-one organizational coaching to help her clients to regain control of their space and time. By creating a simplified and less cluttered work environment, Estelle's clients enjoy renewed energy and a greater sense of balance. Media coverage of Orderly Lives has included The Toronto Star, National Post, Toronto Life, Today's Parent, CBC's Venture, and HGTV's Design for Living and Designer Guys. Estelle is Publicity Director of Professional Organizers in Canada. You can reach Estelle at

$20 prepaid by September 23, $30 at the door.

Please make your cheque payable to Spirituality in the Workplace, and send it to Centre for Spirituality at Work, Box 100, 162 Spruce Street, Toronto, M5A 2J5. If you would like to join us for this evening but just can't afford the full fee now, please pre-register and mail a cheque for whatever you can manage.

Centre for Spirituality at Work
Transforming the experience and outcomes of work
Last updated June 27/02