I have an innate capacity and true love for organization. I was the girl who made her bed every morning and arranged fifty stuffed animals around the pillows; I organized my desk and dresser drawers and coordinated our family's weekly list of cleaning chores. I discovered I really enjoy neatness, procedures and putting things in order. And I'm very good at it.
As an executive assistant for over ten years, I honed valuable skills in office organization and time management. In addition, managing a busy family of five involved in multiple sports, clubs and activities, I learned the most efficient means of keeping people, schedules and space organized. My long-term involvement in various volunteer organizations has given me extensive experience in organizing groups, events, schedules, calendars and working with a wide variety of people.
I am driven by the desire to improve lives by lifting the burden of clutter and disorganization. Whether we reclaim a space, tackle a nagging project or develop a better time management system, the side of effects of getting organized include a sense of freedom, refreshed outlook on life, improved efficiency, and more time to do the things you love. I would love the chance to work with you and help you get organized.
I am proud to be a certified member of the American Society of Professional Organizers and strictly adhere to their Code of Ethics: www.amspo/org/code-of-ethics.
“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or beautiful." William Morris