“Your home should be the antidote to stress, not the cause of it.” —Peter Walsh
I recently discovered this powerful quote by Peter Walsh, a famous organizer and author. As someone whose profession is helping people organize their homes, I am well aware of how much stress our homes can cause us. We long for our homes to be a place of peace and rest, but so often that is not the case. The reasons are numerous and diverse. But I would venture to guess that the most familiar reason is because of disorder, most commonly as a result of clutter.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Whether the issue is one isolated space or your entire home, getting organized can be life-changing. I can tell you confidently that bringing order to your home can drastically reduce your stress level. But you don’t have to take my word for it. Here are a few comments from my clients:
“With the piles of clutter disbursed, there is a calm here that has been lacking. She is great!! I appreciated her gentle manner, her non-judgmental acceptance and the hard work she did to help me regain that sense of peace a home should have.”
“Are you stressed out that between job and family you don’t have the time to organize your home the way you wish? Do you have “presentable” rooms and others filled with clutter that haunt you because you know you’ll never get to around to organizing them? That was me, until Angie stepped in.”
“In small and big ways, Angie’s organization skills are helping our home run more smoothly, and she is equipping me with tools that are making our family’s life so much more fun! Thank you!”
“I just didn’t realize how out of control my STUFF was until I saw clean organized spaces. She gently guided me in what to keep, donate and trash. I now to go to all the different areas of my home and just marvel at how good it looks and feels!”
“Angie is amazing! I needed to completely organize and declutter my garage which had become the central zone for so much clutter. Trying to organize it myself and rid it of the clutter became overwhelming and daunting…to the point of paralysis. Angie helped me not only work through the clutter but also come up with a solution for what to keep out and what to box up since we were going to be moving in the next month or so.”
Yes, you can organize your home on your own. But you may have reached the point where there is just so much to do that you are completely overwhelmed and you don’t know where to begin. You may know exactly what you need to do, but you just know that with your schedule, you literally don’t have the time to put into it. You may have attempted to organize on your own, but either weren’t able to complete the organization or weren’t able to maintain the order. You may be thrilled with the idea of getting help with organizing, but are uncertain whether you would be able to afford it. Whatever the situation, I can help! My passion is helping you get organized so that you can be at peace in your home and can spend more time doing the things you love. I offer a free, no pressure assessment visit where we sit and discuss your needs and how I can help. It could be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.