I’m Nancy Haworth, Certified Professional Organizer® and owner of On Task Organizing. I provide in-person organizing services to clients in the Raleigh, North Carolina area and virtual organizing services nationwide. I greatly enjoy assisting others in bringing order and calmness to a home or work space, and I abide by the NAPO code of ethics. On Task Organizing is fully insured and bonded.
I provide simple and custom organizing solutions for my clients’ lives. I help homeowners in the process of selling, relocating, downsizing, or experiencing life transitions such as a new baby, a new marriage, a divorce, or sorting through the belongings of a lost loved one. I also assist overwhelmed parents, business owners, and anyone ready to make a change and reduce clutter. I organize offices, closets, kitchens, playrooms, garages and more.
I am non-judgmental, motivational and patient while working with my clients to create a space they love. I am flexible, with a personalized approach, adjusting my coaching and solutions to my client’s personal style. After an organizing session, my clients feel less stressed and more productive. I have worked with adults, children, teens, seniors, and physically disabled clients to improve the quality of their lives through organization.
Since 2011, I have been a member of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO), and I served as the Director of Communications and Technology on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Chapter of NAPO for 2 years.
Through NAPO, I have completed training on various organizing, productivity and time management techniques. Professional development is very important to me, and I am continually educating myself on organizing and productivity topics and trends. I’ve earned NAPO specialist certificates in residential organizing, life transitions, household management and workplace productivity. In 2019, I achieved the highest credential in my profession, earning my Certified Professional Organizer® certification. I have been featured in various media outlets including The News & Observer and Good Housekeeping. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, and over 14 years of professional experience working in media production and coordination, where I honed my time management and organizational skills.
My organizing career was sparked in 2011. After the unexpected death of my mother, I took some time off from my day job to help my father sort and organize my childhood home in the Boston area, so he could age-in-place for many years. I enjoyed helping him with this emotional task and seeing charities benefit from his donations of household items. When I returned home to Raleigh, I thought about how much I enjoyed that process, and how I wished I could help others in that way. An online search sent me to the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, and I then began training for my career change.
I am a wife, a mother and a small business owner. In my spare time, my hobbies include running, dancing and traveling. I understand how busy lives can get, and how things can become overwhelming and spiral out of control. I love to solve problems and help others find simple solutions to improve their well-being.
My clients describe me as patient, calm, supportive, non-judgmental and helpful. If that’s the type of person you’d like to guide and assist you, please reach out to me.
What My Clients Are Saying
“Nancy has an efficient and professional work process that makes tackling messes logical, easy, and even therapeutic!”
Grace, Cary, NC
“I was so glad I asked for Nancy’s help before a cross-country move. She helped me clean out virtually every space in my house – especially the office and the garage.”
Kathy, Raleigh, NC
“Whatever your reason for not calling her yet — go ahead and call her! Nancy is so patient and reasonable. She looks at your space with new and creative eyes.”
Summerlin, Raleigh, NC
“Nancy helped us organize our very messy home. I have a lot of anxiety around organization and she was very kind, patient and non-judgmental and helped us work through each section of our home.”
Rabia, Raleigh, NC