My upcoming mystery, Unstuff Your Stuff, features a protagonist, 68-year-old Millicent Hargrove, who becomes a professional organizer and amateur sleuth. She develops a mantra called GRR: group, reduce and reorganize. This caused me to find some professional organizer jokes. Here are two:
For people who dislike chores, you can organize them into three categories: 1. Things you won’t do now, 2. Things you won’t do later, and 3. Things you’ll never do.
You know you need a professional organizer when you say, “I know it’s good for nothing, but I’m keeping it until it’s good for something.”