About Organized to a T
I have always loved to organize and find new ways to be more productive. These passions have served me well over the years - in my home life, my jobs, and volunteer positions. I realized that my skills could help others create order and efficiency in their own lives, so I decided to become a professional organizer.
Being organized has little to do with perfection; in fact, seeking perfection often prevents people from even getting started. Rather, organizing is about seeking simplicity, and this journey is different for every person. It involves a series of decisions about what to keep, what to discard, and where to store it. I help each client choose the path to simplicity that reflects their personal goals and priorities.
There are many reasons why my clients call me: they could be busy with their home or business, overwhelmed or confused about where to start, downsizing or moving, or have given up hope that things will ever be organized. They all have two things in common: a desire to change and the willingness to ask for help. People are sometimes embarrassed and hesitant to call me, but I quickly reassure them. Hiring a professional organizer is no different than using an accountant for your taxes or a stylist for your hair; you are paying for services you cannot provide or accomplish on your own.
I love to nurture that desire for change. I offer gentle encouragement and motivation to my clients as we work together on their organizing projects. Seeing my clients make progress in simple yet significant ways is rewarding. I am thrilled to be able to share my organizing passion in ways that help others move forward with their lives.
As a member of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO), I uphold their Code of Ethics; this ensures complete confidentiality in my work with clients.
I’d love the opportunity to get you started on your path to simplicity!