I often get asked what’s your “specialty”, or “What’s the biggest job you’ve done?”, or “Do you organize with people who have hoarding disorder?”, and the answer is “YES”, I have many specialities and have worked all size jobs, and “Yes”, I love working with people with hoarding disorder!” Over the years I’ve seen it all (well I’ve seen a lot), but to be fair, I offer three core services. If you your request falls outside of my core services, I’ll find the answer or recommend another Professional Organizer.
Buying things is easy. Letting things go is hard. You are cleaning your house, and you find yourself holding an item in your hand. You are thinking about tossing it out. But then all the “I can’s” come up. I can save this for Halloween. I can hold on to it for now. I can keep it for later. Then the “what if’s” follow. What if I get sick and I need this? What if I fit into it later on? What if I need this later? We have all been there. But I want to let you know; it’s okay to
After our first session, this was my client’s feedback: "Hi Jen, I felt really good! It was like you took the bones of what I had and gave it muscles and skin, if that made sense. Because I kept putting the bones in the wrong place. I’m actually excited to keep working on it. Which is a first for me!” Virtual Organizing is flexible, affordable and offers accountability. Let's talk to see if it's right for you. #livablespaces #organizingforlife #bayareaorganizer #chronicdis
Happy 2020! This year make it more clear about what you'd like to accomplish and the life you'd like to have. Begin by doing one small thing differently. It doesn't matter how small the change, because in the long run, it all adds up. The key is to focus on "showing up" each day, not the ultimate goal. By making small changes, you're establishing habits. As days turn into months, and months turn into a years---the lifestyle you dream of will become a reality. #livablespace
I am honored to share I recently received my ADHD Specialist® Certificate from the Institute of Challenging Disorganization®. This not-for-profit organization provides education and training to professional organizers and related professionals who specialize in working with the population affected by chronic disorganization. I do a lot of work with people affected by ADHD and want to be able to support them with ADHD-friendly "strategies, structure and support" that really wo