I can assist with home staging, packing & unpacking but perhaps even more important getting you downsized or manageable in your life without the clutter. I can prep, set up, and be available for garage or estate sales, make arrangements for sale leftovers to be picked up, or make decisions to discard or recycle.
Office/Home Office Business Tasks (Office)
Events; paper management, meeting set up, document shredding, research for projects that you would usually outsource, or organization of workspaces that include but are not limited to office spaces, desks, filing systems, and storage systems.
Student Organization (Education)
“Organization does not discriminate based on intelligence or motivation.”
Many students struggling with organization and time management skills ultimately see an effect on academic performance with declining grades, with high-stress levels, or anxiety accompanied by low self-esteem. I have worked as an Educator of both school-age and high school students along with their families to develop an individualized plan based on the learning style that provides organization strategies and solutions to manage time, paper, supplies, and learning goals.
If any of these three areas shine some sun on places you’re struggling with – Let’s chat! Let’s solve the essential problems . . . this way you can get your “Suntan toes ticklin’ the sand with a Cold drink chillin’ in your right hand” ♪ ♫ ♪
I am creating a mini-magazine to be posted here once a month. As you can see this cover is from July 2020 . . . where did the summer go?
We have been downsizing our life since March 2020 in order to live simple, I will be sharing articles on how we got this done, how to navigate yourself through this COVID-19 Pandemic, how to declutter your spaces, how to set-up a remote and education stations in the home so you can be ready when school or work is shut down due to outbreaks.
I will have articles about the meeting industry, how we can help with small intimate meetings, where to find venues, how to design social distance in-person meetings . . . I know I’m not the only one Zoomed-Out!!!
If you have suggestions about what you would like to see in this mini-magazine please do not hesitate to reach out to me – I love hearing and sharing ideas.
We offer concierge services as a solution to “Getting Things Done!”
Organization: helping with mind and body by keeping the home tidy and in order.
Cleaning: providing home or office cleaning for a healthy environment for your wellbeing
Redesign of space: for your mindset by creating living areas that reflect your family lifestyle, assistance with relocation, or selling the home.
Concierge Services: creating peace of mind by assisting elderly parents in their own homes, downsizing or age-in-place home modifications, party helper, holiday decorating, meeting/event concierge, help for new parents, much more…
Errands & Tasks: help to save you time with the grocery shopping, dry cleaners, drop off items to school and other projects.
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I have clients ask me “do you ever see the mess, dirt and trash when you go into people’s cluttered homes?” I always reply with “Nope, I just see a whole lot of decisions not made.” The reasons people continue to have a relationship with their clutter is many. In the last 25 years of organizing homes and offices, I found that many times people just don’t know what to do with their stuff. I have seen some great “Start & Stop” processes in my coaching, you know where someone did take the time to organize all the mail sitting in a mound on the far end of the kitchen counter. But, then it becomes overwhelming and doing nothing seems more reasonable then deciding on the right place to put something. You just need to make a decision . . . right or wrong it doesn’t matter.
You know you have this person in your circle of family & friends – don’t lie!
The ones that has that cookie tin in their hands, the tin with the really cute picture of a kitten and snowman looking adorable. They are thinking maybe someone in the family can use it? Maybe they will use it next Christmas. They walk it around the house trying to find that perfect home for it, taking it and fitting it in the bookcase – damn it’s just a little too wide. Then, they try to put it on a table, it doesn’t look right with the Spring decor. Then they see a spot, they pick up speed as they dash across the room to the same exact freakin’ spot they took it from. So, now we know where the new home is – It’s called “Indecision Island” where all the misfits of the clutter end up, it’s really called the kitchen table!
Make decisions in small, daily steps to clean and organize a space. Pick a small space like the kitchen table or one kitchen counter, keep consistent with daily small organizing tasks. One tool I have used with my clients is once the space is organized, clean it – make it sparkle. That small task will give you a sense of accomplishment and boost your mental health.
Make a Decision Today, Don’t be the person carrying the cookie tin around the house!
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
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Are you looking for less clutter in your life? Comment me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. We can talk about what the next step will be, you already made the first step. I’m so proud of you.
I love when Spring arrives, I open all the windows in the home to let the sunshine & breeze in and Winter’s dirt & dust out!
My Deep-Clean Checklist works well for going through the home to check off those areas that take a beating every winter season; entry ways, downstairs & hallway half baths, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, and floors.
Now, that you have a plan of action, you need to gather your tools and equipment for the project.
“I’m not here to reinvent the wheel – just tweak it!” that’s what I did with 2 of Martha’s recipes. I have been using my own solutions + Martha’s in my home for the last few weeks, I will post the outcomes with the recipes in a future post with pics, along with how to store them properly.
The two resources above will help get you started on your way to breathing fresh air back into the home!