As a professional home organizer, my superpower is the ability to create beautiful, individualized, functional spaces.
Are there cluttered, chaotic, or impersonal areas in your home that you haven’t had the time or energy to sort out?
Would you like help transforming them into well-organized, aesthetically pleasing spaces that are a joy to use?
If so, I’m your gal!
I offer encouraging, non-judgmental coaching and protect client confidentiality. Plus, I work really hard.
I love what I do and hope I can be of service to you.
Free one-hour initial consultation in your home.
$65 per hour for organizing work.
Minimum of three hours per work session.
Email for a free in-home, one-hour consultation where we’ll discuss the scope of your project and how I can help. I’ll ask questions to understand how you’d like your space to function, look, and feel.
Then we’ll schedule organizing sessions when we roll up our sleeves and get down to work. I’ll be at your side the whole time, offering options and asking questions to help you make decisions.
Here’s how we’ll create S P A C E during home organizer sessions:
Sort: Empty out the project space and quickly divide items into categories. (Pants with pants, shirts with shirts, etc.)
Pare down: Consider each item, and decide to keep, relocate, donate, recycle, shred, or toss it. (I happily take donations to ReWA and Northwest Center for you, and send you the tax-deductible receipts.)
Assign: Designate a specific place for each category of items kept.
Contain: Choose how to display or store items. We can use what you have on hand: baskets, boxes, trays, jars, hooks, shelves. In addition, I can suggest resources or even shop for you.
Establish: Set up organizing systems and routines that intuitively make sense to you, so that you can easily maintain order.
Home organizing feels, to me, like uncovering hidden treasure.
By discerning and then discarding what is extraneous to your life’s focus, what remains will be your own glittering treasure.
As a result, what’s left will be your most beloved and useful belongings, all of which support and express who you want to be, what you want to do, and how you want to spend your precious and finite time on this earth.
Both in your home and in life, in order to say “yes!” to what feels most essential, it is also necessary to say “no, thank you kindly,” to that which is inessential, and then to let it go.
With all of my home organizer’s heart, I believe that your home can…
-Run smoothly, so that all your belongings and papers are easy to locate, supplies are well-stocked, tools and utensils are in good repair, and your clothes fit comfortably and look great on you.
-Have enough open space so that you can do what you love: work hard, make art, host dinner parties, exercise, hang out with your family, read in solitude, whatever it is that brings you happiness.
-Reflect and express your truest self, so that you are surrounded by your favorite colors, favorite textures, favorite scents, and with your most meaningful possessions.
-Be your refuge, a little oasis where you and your loved ones can feel relaxed and comfortable.