Here’s the thing.
When your space is in disarray, your life feels in disarray.
Sometimes one is a symptom of the other and vice versa. In this fast-paced life we live, it’s even easier to become – and remain – in that chaos. When you begin to realize just how powerful it feels to reclaim even one small space, things start to feel more like they are falling into place in your world.
You look around your problem space with good intentions of “overcoming” it, right? And as you look around, you get that sinking feeling of overwhelm. And you shut the door and turn your back on it again because you don’t even know where to start.
What if you didn’t have to overcome it so much as allow it serve you again? (Superhero cape optional.)
What if you had someone to help you break through that hopeless, exhausted feeling and help you actually get excited about the project? (Party poppers optional.)
This is about enhancing your life. Your work. Your mindset.
I realize that this is about more than just sorting your things into Pinterest-worthy labeled storage baskets. I don’t simply place things into piles and bins and call it a day. My process is about pinpointing how you and your family or co-workers operate most optimally and creating a system that will work for you and with you. You could pay the highest-rated organizer in the world and end up with a beautifully tidy room, but if the system they devise isn’t something that works for you, you aren’t going to stick with it, and you’ll end up right back where you started.
Order doesn’t necessarily mean a quest for perfection. It simply means making things work better for the way you live. I can even create systems your kids will have no excuses not to use!