Gaining control of clutter can be a daunting task, especially if you don't know where to start. Working with you, we can find organization solutions for various rooms in your home & other storage spaces. We are minimalists at heart and therefore we enjoy helping people organize and downsize to their comfort level. No space is too big or too small. We provide home organization to Kingston and surrounding ares.
During an initial in-home consultation of approx. 1.5 hours, a professional organizer will meet with you to discuss your organizing needs, assess your space, learn your vision and offer you solutions that are customized to suit your lifestyle
The first step in creating an organized space is sorting through your items and keeping only what is useful or meaningful to you. We will work with you to identify, remove, re-purpose, or dispose of unwanted items in an eco-conscious manner. Now that you are ready to get organized, we can assist you or we can take the lead on preparing a budget to suit your needs and together we will find a place for everything that you love.
Moving Out: We can help you De-Clutter, De-Personalize & Stage your home using your own furniture and decor.
Moving in: We will help you unpack & organize, so you can relax and De-Stress. With the use of the 3 D's you will be prepared to move out of your current home and be settled into your new home in no time.
Relocation Services may include: Packing/Unpacking · Initial Home Organization Set-up · Yard Sales · Staging · Removal of Unwanted Items · House & Pet Sitting
Closets · Garages · Storage Rooms · Rec Rooms · Laundry Rooms · Basements · Sheds · Home Offices · Child-Friendly Rooms · Storage Lockers · Yard Maintenance · Offices
"Thank you for making my life easier to manage, and for teaching me how to maintain the clutter." ~ Marie
"You have been very helpful to my mom and I. I feel very lucky to have met you. ~ Anna
P. Wolfman, C. Gold (1999) - This book provides timeless ways to organize every room in your house. I love the idea of the "Everything Closet" shown on page 15.
T. Oxenreider (2010) - My favourite part of this book is Appendix C, which contains a number of worksheets to help keep you organized. Including the "Zero-based budget" on page 232.
M. Kondo (2015) - "To truly cherish the things that are important to you, you must first discard those that have lived their purpose." p. 84 - "...when we really delve into the reasons for why we can't let something go, there are only two reasons: an attachment to the past or fear for the future." p.226
C. Townley (2016) - The author encourages readers to focus on the basics, find a space for everything. Use the S.T.O.P. rule = Sort, Toss, Organize, Put away!
J. Carlson & M. Guralnick (2017). An easy read with organization tips and images. Use natural organization products like glass and canvas. Donate, recycle, sell, or swap unwanted items.
J. Lifford (2017) - I don't believe in dieting, however this book does have good points. A step-by-step guide shows you how to organize your home month-by-month and room-by-room to achieve and maintain a lasting, clutter-free lifestyle.