How are you taking precautions during Covid-19?
I have been fully vaccinated as well as boosted. I will wear a mask if requested and will reschedule sessions if I am not well.
I’m embarrassed to show you my space. Are you going to judge me?
Absolutely not! I chose to become a professional organizer because I am passionate about organizing and having “everything in its place”. There is no need for embarrassment or worry. This is a judgment-free zone. My services are also confidential.
Are you going to make me get rid of everything?
Gosh no, although I do encourage purging of items. We will work together on sorting your items, and I will be asking questions along the way to determine their importance in your life.
Do I have to be involved in the organizing process?
Yes and no. I feel decluttering is the most important step during the organizing process. As we sort, I will ask questions about your items. I also teach you organizing skills and suggest products that may help you maintain the organized space(s). I can do the final step of putting everything in its place for you.
What cities do you travel to?
I service most cities in Clinton, Ingham and Eaton Counties. I do charge a mileage fee after 60 miles round trip.
I'm ready. How do I start?
You can reach out to me by phone (text or call), email or use the contact form. We will discuss your organizing goals and schedule a day and time to start during the telephone consultation. I will ask you to text me some pictures of the space before the session. You may request a one-hour on-site consultation be performed at my hourly rate ($50). This will be credited to you after your first session is completed. I reserve the right to request a consult if the job sounds extensive ($50 fee also applies). A session is 3 hours in length ($150), and I schedule morning and afternoon appointments. I accept cash, checks, Venmo and Apple Pay. I do accept credit/debit cards through Square but a 3% processing fee will be applied. Payment is due at the end of each session.