Apple A Day celebrates grand opening

Get organized and be more efficient with personalized plan


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  • Photo by Roger Gavan On Monday, Aug. 11, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton (center right), Mayor Michael Newhard (left holding ribbon) and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors joined Hope Stuart (center), her family, friends and associates for the grand opening of Apple A Day at 17 River Street.



Professional organizer and educational consultant Hope Stuart has decided to trade in her position as a school principal to provide personalized service to homeowners and educators with strategic organization plans that encompass organization and efficiency needs.

On Monday, Aug. 11, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Village of Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors joined Stuart, her family, friends and associates for the grand opening of Apple A Day at 17 River Street.

Apple A Day combines Stuart's educational and administrative experience with her passion for organization. Her goal is to provide plans to transform her clients' home or classroom into a super-efficient living or learning environment. Whether it is a workshop, conference day or a full home or classroom makeover, Apple A Day will design and implement a personalized plan.

Stuart said she reflected on her own life, realizing that the idea of balancing the three roles of wife, mother and principal was more of a fairy tale than a reality. And after 15 years in education, with nine years devoted to school administration, she made the difficult decision to "resire," Stuart's term for resigning and retiring, as a principal.

Stuart said she was finally able to be joyfully present with her husband, Steve, and son Hunter, 8, while following her passion via the official launching of Apple A Day, a firm that specializes in efficiency.

Stuart said the average American spends an hour daily looking for items they know they own but can't find and that just eight minutes of daily disruptions to classroom instruction equates to over a week of lost learning time within a school year.

"These stats do not have to be your reality with Apple A Day as your organized efficiency specialists," said Stuart. "If you yearn for more family time, I will design organized procedures that engage all family members. Are you a teacher who wants to maximize instruction? I will transform your classroom into an organized, efficient, student-centered learning environment."

For additional information about Apple A Day, call 845-986-4416 or e-mail Hope Stuart at: Hope@appleadayusa.org.

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