𝓢𝓾𝓶𝓶𝓮𝓻𝓽𝓲𝓶𝓮 𝓲𝓼 𝓪 𝓽𝓲𝓶𝓮 𝓽𝓸 𝓡𝓮𝓯𝓻𝓮𝓼𝓱

3 Areas I will spotlight this . . . . . . 

Summer . . . . .

  1. Relocation or Downsizing (Real Estate)

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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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” ♪ ♫ ♪

Peace ♥ Harmony

Cheryl XO

An Added Service . . .



How To Prepare Your Home For The Spring Market

Staging a Home

Selling Your Home in the Spring Means Preparing Your Home in the Winter For sellers, it’s important to start getting your home ready long before the snow is gone and the first flower blooms.

Interview Real Estate Agents

One of the most important thing to do when selling your home is to find a great agent to represent you. If you don’t have one already, then get recommendations from friends and interview different agents to find one who will be the best fit for you. A good listing agent should have a great marketing plan, experience, and deep knowledge of the area and market.

Begin Packing and Organizing Your Belongings

There’s no way to know for sure how long it will take for your home to sell – it could take a month, or years – and while it may seem crazy to start packing up your stuff before a sale occurs, it’s best to be prepared for any outcome.

Clear the Clutter

Prospective buyers are going to want to step into your home and see a place they can visualize living in and making their own. The best way to do that is to create a blank slate. Keep it neat, keep it clean, reduce the amount of clutter you have on shelves and surfaces, and depersonalize as much as you can. The idea is to showcase your home without distracting from it, you want to showcase the focal points and function of each room of the home.

Make Repairs and Improvements

The last thing anyone wants to do before they sell their home is to dump a bunch of money into it for an extensive renovation; however, there are minor repairs and improvements that can be made to make a home look fresher for potential buyers.

  • Freshen Up Paint, Front Door and Hardware

Applying a coat of paint to walls and trim, or even touching up certain areas, can make a world of difference in the appearance of your home. It’s also a good idea to spruce up your front door, since that’s the first thing a buyer will see when they walk in.

  •  Let the Light in

Buyers want homes to be light and bright, so replace your light bulbs or even add a lamp or two to lighten it up. Also, when your home is being shown make sure all the lights are on and the blinds are open.

  • Focus on Bathrooms and Kitchen

The bathrooms and kitchen tend to be a focal point in the homes, and buyers pay attention to whether or not they’ve been updated. Doing little things like re-grouting the tile on the bathroom floor, or caulking the shower and bathtub, can give a used bathroom a fresher look – even new faucets can make a difference.

  •  Spruce up the Curb Appeal

You want to impress potential buyers as soon as they step onto the property or take a drive by, which means making the outside of your home look as appealing as possible.  Make the extra effort to rake leaves, weed the garden, and mow the lawn. Clean and put out your outdoor furniture, and even consider adding some colorful plants to the front of the house.

Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl

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