I know how hard it is to call me. So many emotions arise. Chief among them is the nagging feeling that you should be able to do it yourself. But as I say in my workshops: If you think this is hard, you are right! It is so much easier with someone by your side.
You might recognize yourself in some of these snippets. If so, drop me a line. I may have some insight or could come get you started, set up some systems or work with you for the long haul. Either way, we become working buddies, keeping our eyes on the prize: a free-ed up you.
A+D is a young couple with two little kids. When the wife became teary after our walk-thru, I asked: What can we accomplish today that will let you know that you actively are making change in your home? The surprising answer was the bookcase the young mother saw every time she opened her eyes in bed. We attacked it, cleared it and it now serves as an inspiring touchstone for the ongoing work we do together. Take a look below.
BC is smartly anticipating downsizing within three years. We work together to plow through paper, books, memorabilia. It is a slow and meticulous process, completely reflective of my client’s style and needs. We are both learning from one another and I was so happy to see my name in her appointment book with a heart next to it.
TJ is an author, professor and parent knee deep in her novel. She came to me through a workshop I did for adults with ADD. She and I are learning from one another as we create an office environment that supports her work and her work style. We share such a sense of accomplishment after each session, as usual, I feel blessed to do this work with her.
EE has no choice but to make change in her home environment. She is overcome with papers and stuff and wonders how it happened and why it’s so hard. We work together weekly and change is a-comin’. We both can feel it. We start sessions with deep and important conversations. Then we work. At the end of our time together, not only do we feel change, we see it. We’re a team.
B+M+D+N+C are all people who need help with their papers. We might think we live in a paperless society but Oh My! We are drowning. My goal is to set up systems with each of them. I visit two of them weekly, as we establish the systems. Another person is an elderly woman, who I visit monthly to make sure her bills are paid and paper is organized.