Do you wish your home was clutter-free and you could easily and quickly find whatever you’re looking for? Professional household organizing services can get you there!
You don’t have to live in a home for very long to find clutter around it. Hasty moves, a new school year, health issues, and even a change in the usual routine can upset a home’s balance.
Paper is the Greatest Clutter Challenge in Every Home
Even if you’ve sworn off printed newspapers and magazines and pay all your bills online, I’ll bet there’s still a lot a paper in your home. Heck, there is a lot coming into my home, and I’m a Professional Organizer!
There’s no question that paper is the biggest challenge we face. In the interest of time, we often just make piles of paper we intend to go through when there is “enough time” to do this. Right?
Let me show you how to quickly and easily review papers and decide what to toss and what to keep in an appropriate place. I’ll teach you routines that keep mail from piling up and ensure bills aren’t overlooked. You’ll soon be learning the FAT process: File, Act, or Toss to manage your mail.
Storage Areas, or Junk Rooms, Closets, and Drawers
Where do you keep stuff you need, or think you need?
Better yet, could you find scissors, an AAA battery, or tape in just a few seconds? What about your camping gear or that business card for the mechanic your brother-in-law’s friend told you about?
Some things do belong in designated spaces like a drawer. There’s nothing wrong with keeping a “junk drawer” for miscellaneous items like stamps, scissors, and tape, as long as they are properly sorted and organized. Consistency and dividers make a drawer useful instead of junky.
Let me help you make your spare room, garage, closet, or basement into a neat, organized storage area for larger items you need and use.
Specific Household Organizing Services
If it’s in your home, it can probably benefit from some professional organizing! Here’s a list of places in the home that I’ve helped families across the Valley conquer and re-purpose:
- Family/Living Room
- Great Room
- Hobby Room or Nook
- Home Office
- Rec Room
- Toy Room
- Various storage areas
While we’re at it, we’ll identify what isn’t useful anymore and put aside to donate, gift, or recycle. Sound like a plan? Fill out the contact form and I’ll get in touch to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.