In our next session, Peggy wanted to tackle her crafts area clutter. Okay! We started with the tabletop. Working from left to right, I first suggested that, later on, she go through the containers of pens and pencils, to keep
Kelsey emailed, having found De-clutter Me! in an online search. Would I be available to help her mother, Lynne, as a Mother’s Day gift? Sure! In a phone conversation, as is customary when talking with new clients, I told her
A room in Willow’s house is intended to serve several functions. It’s her home office. It stores art projects and supplies. It also could be a place for guests to sleep. That would require moving heavy furniture, which we would
Meg and Steve live in a beautiful house nestled in the woods. Her office and crafts area for decoupage work are combined in one room. She wasn’t “getting to it,” meaning that she was wasn’t clearing the area. “Looking at
Julie is a busy medical professional. Beyond her work, she enjoys many crafts activities. Her crafts room had become cluttered so, when she had time for her hobbies, its space wasn’t really usable.