These days we are being pulled in so many directions and we often feel so overwhelmed. Perhaps it’s the pressure of being a career woman or the pressure of being the perfect mother, or the pressure of keeping the perfect home or maybe it’s all of the these. I am right there with you. Some days it is all just too much. Don’t you wish you had a fairy godmother that could handle it all for you? Well, guess what…you do! Or at least the part about keeping the perfect home.
Organizing is in my blood. Believe it or not but I’m that person that gets bored at home and starts to re-organize. Sounds crazy right? Not to me but my teenage daughter thinks so and isn’t too thrilled when I make that announcement that ”it’s time to organize!”
Little did I know it was actually a profession and that I could make a living doing the thing I loved. One day while reading a magazine I found out about the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO). At that point I knew this was what I wanted to do, so I immediately became a member and launched my business.
That was back in 2008. Since then I have worked with everyone from stay at home moms, to busy executives to celebrities and everyone in between. I wanted to share my gift and help other people so they could focus on the things they loved to do instead of the things they dreaded. Luckily for my clients when I work with them I have an innate ability to get them to actually enjoy the process. At least that’s what my clients tell me.
When you work with me or my team, there is absolutely no judgement, we’ll put you at ease, relieve your stress, get the job done in a timely fashion and most importantly, we will change your life.
That’s how my clients feel with the end result. So take that first step and book a phone consult with me now. You will definitely thank me later.
As a former fashion merchandiser and personal assistant, being very detail-oriented was definitely an asset in my career as a professional organizer.
My gift of organizing includes the ability to see beyond what is in front of me. I see what most other people may not. It’s just the way my brain works. For me it is a talent that comes naturally.