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I will provide you with a Virtual Organizing Checklist prior to our first session. Please review it to help our sessions go smoothly. No need to try to clean up or organize before our session. It’s much better to have a true picture of our starting point. Leave everything as is and we will deal with it together! (Besides, I'll see only what you want me to see 😉)
Nothing. Avoid the temptation of purchasing any storage bins, shelving or any other organizing systems or tools in advance of our work together. Let’s wait until the project is underway so we will have a more accurate idea of what is needed. Many clients find they already own much of what they will need. This will save you time and money!
We’ll plan our organizing project! Together we will:
YOU are the decision-maker when it comes to what is kept, discarded, donated, etc. YOU get to decide which systems and storage that will work for you. My job is to make recommendations and coach you through the process. Along the way you will gain new perspectives that will help you.
The process of assessing and letting go of things gets easier the more you do it!
It’s a good idea to communicate the plan, especially concerning shared spaces. Individuals must be involved with work done in their personal spaces.
Focus on your own belongings and spaces, such as your clothes, drawers, closet (or your half of the closet). Organizing is contagious! Once someone else sees the possibilities of a clear space, they often start to work on their own things.
Have you ever gotten a lot done when a friend or family member was nearby? Perhaps they weren't even helping, but just their presence kept you on track. This is an example of Body Doubling.
When I partner with you as you tackle the tough stuff is that I am a nonjudgmental and trained professional and who is unbaised
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