Simplify. An elusive goal? An insurmountable dream? What does that look like for you, and how do you get there? I've helped many transform their households, and I can lead you through the process that has delighted my clientele.
It seems that no matter how much living space we have, we can somehow fill it with stuff. We buy things, we inherit things, and we collect things. Pretty soon, our living spaces become more devoted to our things than to our lives.
The chaos, clutter, and ultimately the accompanying stress doesn't happen overnight—it usually builds over years and even decades. At some point, it becomes a problem, and feels insurmountable. It happens to all of us to some level, and it can be remedied.
Who among us has everything in their life organized and sorted? Even the most organized people can benefit from a fresh perspective gained through experience. The need to simplify can be triggered by a loss, a change in living arrangement, or simply a realization that your space is no longer your own.
I have developed a process that creates harmony from chaos. It begins with a lot of listening, some coaching, some thoughtfulness, and lots of hard work. It’s not an easy process, but once we get there, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind and new outlook that every one of my clients describes.
While my engagement with a household is tailored specifically to each client’s needs, here are some general descriptions of what I can help with: