As Janelle prepared to leave the family house behind, and also the general environs for a few months, we would devote our second of two sessions to her son Chester’s bedroom. Another son, Dallas, and his friend Amelia would help.
She looked online for a local professional organizer. We had a lively and funny first conversation, and scheduled time together. She lives in a studio/one bedroom apartment that is full of personality and soul.
Natalie and Tom would soon welcome friends who often stay with them to ski. This time, the wife in the couple would stay in one of their guest rooms, recovering from double knee replacement surgery. Her husband would sleep in
She found De-clutter me! online. Renee left a somewhat anxious-sounding voicemail message. She mentioned family visitors and having been ill. Two rooms needed help. I called back, we chatted and scheduled a “double session” day – three morning hours, a
They’re a busy family – two professional parents, two teenagers. This time, the husband and dad of the family and I cleared a corner of the bedroom, in front of a dresser, then between it and another one. Then, the wife
She’s a busy wife, mother and professional. We had worked together in the spring, in the office nook of the master bedroom. She works at home. We’d planned to work again, when time allowed. The summer got busy, complicated by
She is a busy wife, mother of two active teenage sons, and working professional. The large master bedroom in the family home has space for her office and a treadmill. Horizontal surfaces and the floor collected clutter. I suggested starting
Amelia shares a rented house with two other people. Her bedroom must provide space for sleep, meditation and music practice, since she’s in a band.
Katherine is a busy medical professional. An avid reader, she also cherishes time with her friends and visits Disney World a couple of times each year. Her room could use some care.
In our first session, Bev and I cleared her upholstered chair, the area around it and her desk. We discussed moving the desk next to her two-drawer filing cabinet, nestled in a corner. We might also move her bed, so