I know what it's like to have too much stuff.
I'VE BEEN ORGANIZING FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER.
But I also used to hang onto EVERYTHING! And the sentimental attachment STRESSED. ME. OUT.
But I now understand the value of things and want to help everyone else to get there too.
THIS IS WHY I CREATED A-LIST ORGANIZING!
I don’t want you to feel (unnecessarily) stressed out about your things. I want to teach you how to hang onto what you LOVE and NEED and let go of the rest.
I’ve been organizing for as long as I can remember
but don’t get me wrong, I haven’t always lived a more minimalist life.
As a kid, my friends and I LOVED re-organizing or rearranging my room and toys. For me, everything had to be… “just so.” Born organizer, right? Well… maybe. Truth be told, I held onto things, folks. Big time. Don’t get me wrong, my room was super tidy and everything had its place, but I had more things than I needed! I’d hold onto every concert ticket — and t-shirt from said concert — every movie stub, every birthday and Christmas card — even Halloween candy! I just had so much emotional attachment to everything… that I couldn’t let go of anything!
After moving enough times I’ve lost count, I realized how much of a waste of energy it was to move things I don’t use! When I started to focus on the friendships and relationships in my life and the home I created in every new building, I realized the same things kept getting stuffed away at the back of the closet – the only place for them.
Then I just started letting go of those things and felt so free — and PROUD of myself. Gone were the days of a crying teenager that left the 3 Doors Down concert without a t-shirt (not my proudest moment).
And then I started helping friends. And they were in that same transition. They were moving and didn’t need to move with everything in their house. But they needed help! So I helped them purge, and get rid of those things they just didn’t need. I didn’t realize what I was doing until I mentioned in to my mom and she said, “You should start a business.”
I’ve been there before. AND have overcome it.
I push you – the right amount. I’m honest about what needs to change, but present it in a direct and considerate way.
I personalize my methods for you.
Life can be stressful enough and I don’t want your things making your home — and mind — feel cluttered and depressing.
I truly want you to feel that same relief I felt because it is… FREEING!!
Okay, let's do this!
Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll be glad to help answer them for you.