Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Words to live by

The Zen of Clean

Clutter-free living begins with an attitude of respect. Every item you possess
has its own function, whether practical or sentimental, so it’s important that
each has its proper space. Keep only the most useful and meaningful things —
it’s distracting when every surface is covered with objects. Prioritize what you
really need, then think about each object’s purpose and respectfully honor its
place in your home.

Kate Henninger

Katy, Texas

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Take a look at some of my organizing success! (Photos and text used with permission.)


Cluttered Desk


Clean and Clear of Clutter

Chaotic Shelf

Neat and Tidy Home Office

Client Feedback

I work out of a home office without any administrative support. I worked with Melissa to organize both my personal and professional effects as I prepared to relocate. I wish I had done it years ago. While organizing my office and paperwork Melissa identified my natural tendencies and created an organizational structure that was easy for me to maintain. When I began looking for a personal organizer, I mostly wanted someone else to come in and take care of the mess I had allowed to build up over the years. Working with an “uninterested” party during the purging process helped me lighten my load considerably. During the process Melissa provided me with simple intuitive skills that have not only allowed me to maintain my newly found order but help friends and family organize as well. I can honestly say hiring Melissa is one of the best things I have ever done for myself. Kelsi Reeves