Why use a personal organiser?
Everyone can, at some point or another relate to the affects caused from being unorganised. In each person’ life they will reach a point where they feel it’s all over the top of them. Where it feels like it’s too much and it’s too hard to go back. Being disorganised can cause time to be wasted on a daily basis and anywhere between 30 to 55 minutes is wasted due to looking for things.
...30 to 55 minutes is wasted due to looking for things
Who is Girl Friday?
A first to the Northern Territory, Girl Friday Personal Organising allows you to enjoy all the benefits of having a personal assistant/concierge for the home, office and everything in between. Territory born and raised, and based in Darwin, Dimity Pastrikos (nee Walker) is an organisational guru with a genuine passion.
“For some people, organising may not be their area, and that’s OK. It’s a passion for me; I love to get in there and tackle things head on while working with a variety of clients. It gives me pride – I really enjoy the challenge. While I might not always get it right, I’m always willing to give it a go”
With successfully completed Administration and Assistant courses and over 8 years experience Dimity has acquired strong organisational skills from her roles as Receptionist, Personal Assistant, Board Secretary and Executive Assistant to the CEO.
“The Girl Friday aim is to build reliable relationships that people can depend on, allowing clients to enjoy life and the things they love while knowing the ‘to do’ list is taken care of. We all at some stage have said “wouldn’t it be great if you could hire someone to do this” – that’s Girl Friday!”
Disorganisation has a large affect on people and often isn’t noticed... Affecting work, relationships, family and friendships – do you know if you’re affected? Girl Friday is here and can help reduce some of the mayhem and stress while you sit back and relax. Jobs that have been put off for weeks or even months can be taken care of with one call.
...enjoy more time doing the things you love in Darwin ...