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Tips to get you started

Keep. Donate. Trash.

What to do with your decluttered items.

Organized and Simplified 4u can help you decide on what to keep, donate, or trash.

We also provide haul away services if needed for donations.

Tips on how we go about this process.

When considering if you want to keep decluttered items, think about the functionality of the object.

*How often do you use it?

*Do you really need it?

*What does it mean to you?

If it doesn't work, you don't use it at least once a week, and it holds no sentimental value, chances are you don't need to keep it.

If an item makes you feel happy when you hold and see it, you use it weekly, and if it is in good functioning condition, keeping it is reasonable.

Remember that letting it go, does not mean it has to be trashed.

One man's trash, is another mans treasure!

Thrift stores rely on your donations. It helps them to stay in business and provides jobs to the community.

Anything broken, dirty, ripped, stained, or needs replacement parts, go in the trash. Thrift stores have to pay to have these items hauled away since they can't sell them in stores.

We will gladly haul away any donations you may have. 

Bins, baskets, and shelves.

 Bins, baskets, and shelves.

Organized and Simplified 4u can help you stay organized by providing shopping and if needed, shelving assembling services. 

Instead of filling your cabinets with folded clothes/towels, try incorporating containers and/or baskets to reduce the clutter stress, help simplify your life, and stay organized.

From containers, baskets, and labels, to building shelves and more!

The benefits

When using containers, bins, or baskets to organize, you can't see the contents inside which eliminates the visual clutter. This creates a calming effect on your space, and sets limits to how much stuff you are able to keep.

Clear bins/containers are beneficial because they make it easy to see if an item is actually in the box without having to empty it. By choosing all clear, you can make storage appear more uniform.

Baskets are also a great option. They provide easy organization solutions, plus they're stylish and can add warmth to any room in the house.

They are versatile and perfect for storing extra linens, pantry items, bathroom towels and so much more!

Also by adding shelves to your closet or any blank wall, you can create extra space while freeing up your much needed floor area.

Shelves also provide a fashionable presentation. They ensure that often used items are easy to access. 

Label it.

The benefits of a simple label.

1) Labels save time. In a quick glance, you know what's inside a bin, basket, box, folder, or on a shelf without having to open up items to search.

Labels also make it more likely an item will be returned to its proper home, rather than the first place you happen to see.

2) Labels provide clarity to everyone using a space. Most people have to share items or space, whether at home or work, with other people. Labels make it easy for everyone to know where to find and return items. For younger children picture labels are a great option.

3) Labels increase your chances of staying organized, reducing stress and frustration.

They also increase your productivity when you don't have to waste time stressed and searching for what you need.

4) Labels save you money. When you quickly and easily find what you're looking for, you don't waste money having to go out and buy duplicates of items you already have, but can't find.

5) Labels are affordable. There are so many options for labels these days at a variety of stores. Starting at just $1, it is very easy to find some to fit your budget and aesthetic preference!


1) Do you do haul away?  

Yes, as long as it can fit inside my vehicle. If needed, I will bring my van instead.


2) Do I have to do anything?  

We can work side by side, or I can work independently. It all depends on your needs, and comfort level.  


3) What if I don't want to throw away everything?  

You don't have to. All I ask is that the items you do keep, have a place for them and a system/habit/routine to continue that goal. Remember, the less you have, the less there is to maintain!


4) Do you do housekeeping?

Not entirely. My job is to organize. I do however, do light cleaning as I work through a space. When things are cleared, I will wipe down the shelves before placing items back.

5) What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

First, I meet up with them for a consultation and discuss what they want done, and shopping if need be. I will measure the area and we will agree to a date and time to meet up again, or sometimes they don't need a consultation and know what they want done. If that is the case then no consultation is done and I just go straight over to their home and organize with products they already have.

6) What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am currently working towards becoming Napo certified. I DO have REAL experience though. I have been a Stay at Home Mom for the past 15 years. I have 4 kids and a husband (who I have no choice but to organize daily for lol) so I have pretty much been organizing the majority of my life. I have worked for many people over the years and have a large portfolio.

7) What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with Minimalists, as well as hoarders. I have helped the hoarders to toss out trash and helped them decide on what to keep and how to keep it.

8) Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?

My most recent project was a client who downgraded from a 6000 sqft home, to a 2500sqft home. I helped her get rid of a lot of items, and put up things/shelves to help stay organized. Took a whooping 15 hours to accomplish!! (She literally had about 15-20 full racks of clothes!)

9) What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

Always check their portfolio pictures for before and afters and do not base hiring them on a certificate. Organizing is a skill based on experience in the field. Before and after pictures should give you a good idea on what you'll get.


10) What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

Do you need any shopping done, or will you be using what you already have? Is there a budget in mind?  Did you already try to tackle this area on your own? Would you be willing to allow them to photograph your home?


OrganizedandSimplified4u can help you declutter, downsize, and organize. I also help with unpacking and new home set up. I can set up your kitchen, put away clothing, and make your home feel move in ready.

I will also recommend helpful solutions and products, share creative storage ideas, and teach you how to get and stay organized. My goal is to help anyone who wants to live a more joyous life by transforming their space into a simple, and more organized one. When space is cleared and organized, we reduce stress and live happier lives.

Through organizing, we can optimize your storage space and reduce the clutter and time it takes to find your belongings.

Let me help you push the reset button on your home or office today.

*Serving all Southern California areas.* No travel fee applies when traveling within 35 miles.

**$1 a mile fee for any distance beyond 35 miles of 92545.**


Problems a cluttered home can cause.



*Loss of sleep

*Loss of creativity

*Loss of productivity

*Ashamed of your home


The benefits of getting organized


*Reduces your stress level.

*You gain a sense of control.

*You achieve more in less time.

*Clears your head of all the clutter.

*You gain more energy and calm from your space.

*You have more time for the more important things in life.