As a former project management executive, a serial mover (nine times in 15 years), a mom to young boys, and a wife to someone who likes to “save” things, I understand how life is messy. It’s with this focus that my philosophy grew.
I believe that organization is not perfection. It’s not my goal to give you a show home (unless that is sustainable for your life and budget), but to help you create manageable systems that will allow you to spend less time and energy focusing on the “stuff”. When that happens, you can refocus that energy on the things that matter – life experiences, family and your passions. My philosophy is simple: Organized spaces create peace of mind. And improving your peace of mind improves your quality of life.
My favorite part of this job is seeing the changes clients make in many aspects of their lives when the “stuff” isn’t an issue. I’d love to help you find that balance – wherever you wish to start.
Clutter-free space for a clutter-free mind
It’s important to remember that getting organized isn’t just about making your home look great (though that can be a nice benefit); it’s about helping you save time and energy. Whether your goal is reducing the stress of getting your kids out the door in the morning, keeping better track of paperwork and mail, maximizing closet and cabinet space, or eliminating the hidden corners of your home full of unidentified “stuff”, I can help. When you remove the clutter in the space around you, you’ll be amazed at how much you can truly focus on the parts of life that are the most meaningful to you.
Working together to get organized and stay organized
Each of us has our own way of doing things, and my goal is to help you use your space in a way that works for you. There is no one-size-fits-all model for creating space that is functional and efficient. I will work with you to understand your challenges, needs and goals, and guide you in finding space solutions that are easy to maintain. It’s not just about getting organized; it’s about building simple solutions that will help you to stay organized!
Making the most of your space
You don’t have to become a minimalist to get and stay organized. While I can help you get rid of things if that’s what you need (and most of us do!), I can also help to rework your space and establish more effective storage solutions that will make sense and be easy to maintain. I can help you navigate the decisions of what to say goodbye to and what to keep, and how to best save and store the things you do not want to part with.