Need a jump start?

Okay, I’m trying out a theory here. I believe many people who would really love to get some organizing help are reluctant to reach out because they’re worried it will take a long time and cost a lot. I won’t lie, sometimes they are right.

But sometimes what people really need is just a jump start.

So, I am now offering jump start sessions. They are shorter than my regular sessions and are priced to give you the maximum value.

You will:

Examples of areas you can choose: desk, closet, pantry, bathroom. If you have another idea, run it by me! I can’t promise we will finish, but I can guarantee that you will end up waaaay more organized than you are now.

You also get free weekly check-in messages to help you stay on track. Staying organized means developing good new habits, such as remembering to do what you learned. The messages are designed to remind you and keep you inspired.
What would it be worth to you to find the things you need when you need them, instead of wasting time every day? Spending just two hours with me will continue to pay off as you make the simple practices I show you part of your life. This session costs only $175 and I guarantee it will overcome your significant organizing issues and give you exactly the solutions you need.

You CAN be organized and clutter free. Yes, you!

Imagine this:
You can have this. Truly.

I can help you break through the mass of overwhelmingness.

I’ll guide you patiently and compassionately to get the peaceful, functional spaces you crave.

I’ll create systems specially for you to make it easy to keep your life clutter free and organized.

Does that sound appealing? Great!

Get started by getting my Organizing Made Easy kit. It includes:

  • Answers to common questions about getting organized.
  • The free ecourse, Seven Steps to Successful Organizing
  • A special report, “30 Minutes to Less Clutter on Your Desk.”
  • A free 20 minute phone consultation with me.

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Let’s get those jumper cables out! Contact me to get your jump