In the Media
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Alexandra Ross Featured in the International Business Times

It’s time to open up the windows and say goodbye to winter. Spring is finally here, and that also means time to whip out the rubber gloves and disinfecting solution. Spring cleaning can seem like a daunting task, so to make things a little easier, here are some tips to help with the housework. Click […]

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Alexandra Ross Featured in the Huffington Post Canada

Spring cleaning is no easy task, and if you have plenty of rooms and not enough hands to work with, a checklist can be the way to make your time more efficient and effective. “Depending on the size of your house and your availability, spring cleaning should take between two days and a week,” says […]

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Alexandra Ross Featured in Canadian Family Magazine

Alexandra Ross Featured in Canadian Family Magazine Winter 2014

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Alexandra Ross Featured in the Toronto Star Replica Edition

Between tinny carols, long lines and sold-out toys, shopping can sap the holiday spirit right out of you. But it doesn’t have to. Get organized “I think time management is the key to a stress-free holiday season,” says Alexandra Ross, president of the Professional Organizers of Canada. You might want to begin by clicking: according […]

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Alexandra Ross Featured in Chatelaine Special Holiday 2011 Issue

“IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE A PLAN, but cut yourself some slack, says Alexandra Ross, owner of the Organizing Wizard in Vancouver. ‘Aim for happiness, not perfection.” Page 3 of the December 2011 Issue

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Alexandra Ross recognized with National Presidents Award

Upon becoming just the second individual to ever receive a Special Award from the Professional Organizers in Canada (POC), Pemberton resident Alexandra Ross was left speechless. “In both languages,” laughed Ross, whose native tongue is German. “Someone pointed that out, actually, in the audience… but I was nevertheless able to pull off a thank-you speech.” […]

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Alexandra Ross Featured in Thompson’s World Insurance News

“The insurance companies haven’t yet seen how dangerous this disorder is. When you go into a hoarder’s home there is always a fire risk.” Ms. Ross often refers clients to psychological organizations for help. She has a degree in psychology herself, which she says helps her recognize the signs. Insurance companies need make connections with […]

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