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FAQ

You may have lots of questions. Or maybe you have no idea what an organizer does or how one could help you. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to set up a consultation.

Will you make me get rid of all my stuff?

No! Definitely not, unless that is your plan. I will not force you to get rid of anything you want to keep. We will work together to get the stuff you love be more readily available.

Do you work on nights and weekends?

Yes! In fact, they’re the only times I can meet. With a full time job and a young family, after bedtime and during naps is much preferred.

Is your house spotless?

Nope, it’s not! In fact, I don’t like cleaning. It is very well organized and I can put my hand on any item within seconds. Check out the Real Life Thursdays posts to see what my house typically looks like.

Will you travel to Mahomet?

Yes! In addition to the immediate Champaign-Urbana area, I will travel to Mahomet and many areas in Champaign County. Unfortunately, I am typically unable to work much further than that (see: full time job and young family). However, please feel free to contact me. I may be able to fit in a one-time visit or I would love to do a phone consultation to help give you some ideas and get you started.

Do you only work with hoarders?

Nope! I’m willing to help with any size job, whether it just be a single closet, nursery, or your entire house.

What if I already have a plan in mind and I just need help executing it? Can you still help?

Absolutely! Four eyes (and four hands) are better than two! Since this process is personalized and tailored to fit your life, it’s great that you already have an idea in mind. And you will likely teach me something I can share with another client in the future!

Are you going to judge me if my house is not neat and tidy?

Nope, absolutely not! I want to help you get organized and I want to see how you live your daily life. The messier the place, I will be more excited at the prospect of the challenge.