Could you use some personal advice on how to get your home organized or how to put systems in place? What about your schedule and To Do list? Would it be helpful for someone to help you identify how to organize your time and prioritize your task list?
I can help you do those things!
- Is your house a mess and you don't know where to start?
- Are you lacking the systems that will keep your home running smoothly?
- Do you struggle Every Single Day with the same old problems?
- Have you inherited a ton of stuff and aren't sure what to do with it all?
- Are you in the process of downsizing and can't decide what to keep or toss?
- Do you wish you had someone to hold your hand and walk you through the process?
I Can Help!
These are things I can help you do that will tame the frenzy monster at your house and put YOU back in control:
- Implement a chore schedule and assignments
- Develop a meal planning and preparation system so that you've always got an answer to the "What's for dinner?" question
- Set up systems to keep your home running on auto-pilot.
- Declutter and organize your space. Take me virtually into your home and we'll talk about your problem, your needs, and we'll come up with a solution....together.
- Learn to use your planner to stay on top of home projects, be more productive, and achieve your goals. Yes, the planner may be the most undervalued item ever!
Organization isn't a special gift some are born with while others are not. It's a skill that anyone can learn!
Hear what others are saying...
Designing a space for function and appearance is not my gift. Shelley did an amazing job of listening to my needs and designing my closet to not only meet but exceed my expectations. I appreciate that she not only carefully considered how I wanted to use my closet but was also budget conscious. She made the design and installation process incredibly simple.
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I have managed to get seven large trash bags of stuff out of my closet, three large garbage bags from my drawers and six large bags from my granddaughters' room, closet (many with tags still on them) and drawers. I have decided that this is an ongoing process that makes me feel real good about the progress! My new attitude is to NOT buy anything unless it is absolutely necessary!!!
Thanks for the encouragement!
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I really wish I had taken pictures of what my closet looked like before Shelley helped me.
Not only was it cluttered, but it was that closet that you never wanted anyone to open the door because you were afraid everything would fall out on them.
When I showed Shelley what it looked like, not only did she see the possibilities, but she assured me that I wasn't the only one. She assured me that I wasn't a horrible person, but like most people just struggle to see what possibilities my closet had with just a few changes.
So after 2 weeks of tearing things apart and putting in the new wire shelves, I could start doing the work she recommended.
I wanted to buy new expensive boxes, but Shelley told me to use shoe boxes and if I wanted I could recover them.
I bought contact paper from Dollar Tree and created beautifully crafted boxes that someone thought I had paid a lot of money for them.
My closet went from a nightmare to the place I'm most proud of in my house. It has inspired family members to want to create the same thing in their home.
I wouldn't have been able to do this without Shelley's insight, vision, and graceful loving help.