How are you taking precautions during Covid-19?
I have instituted safety guidelines for coming into your home. I will take my temperature before I depart for your scheduled session. When I arrive, I will be wearing a mask. If you wish, I can wear gloves and disposable shoe covers. I will try to social distance, but sometimes organizing can get a bit cozy.
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 along the way about each item. I also teach you organizing skills as we go through the project. Once we go through everything and discuss the plan, I can do the final step of putting everything in its place for you.
Are there extra costs involved?
I do charge a mileage fee over 60 miles round trip from DeWitt. Also, organizing products may be recommended to improve the function of your space. My strategy is to use what you already have. The less to buy, the better!
I charge $40 per hour, and each organizing session is 3 hours as the process can be physically and mentally exhausting for both of us. For assistance with unpacking, longer sessions can be arranged. I typically schedule Monday through Friday sessions, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.