What is the difference between decluttering and organizing?
Decluttering is the process of going through possessions, and deciding what you want or need to keep for your current lifestyle.
Organizing is the process of deciding where and how to store your possessions so that they are accessible. Organizing uses your spaces to meet your needs, and reflect your tastes.
Decluttering and organizing principles and practices can also be applied to time management, aligning your activities to your values.
What are the benefits of organizing?
Two of the biggest benefits are reducing stress and increasing productivity.
In other words, reclaiming a sense of control over your space and time.
How long will the process take?
That depends on the scope of your project, your energy, and how quickly you make decisions.
Call me to set up a consultation so that I can give you an estimate.
What can I expect if I hire you?
You can rely on me to be punctual, compassionate, and non-judgmental. We will start our work together with a conversation about your goals and vision. Together we will come up with a plan tailored to your unique situation.
What do you expect from me?
First, I don't expect you to clean up before I come!
I do expect that you are willing and ready to make changes, and to commit to the process of decluttering and organizing. The process requires time, emotional stamina, and patience. A sense of humor helps, too!
How much does it cost to hire you?
I offer transparent hourly pricing: A 3-hour in home session is $180.
At the end of the session, I can drop off any donations at a charity for no additional cost.
To keep my pricing competitive, I accept only cash or checks.