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?