Organization isn’t about perfection, its about efficiency. Reducing clutter helps reduce daily stress and anxiety, saves time and money, and improves your overall quality of life.
When you look around your home, do you feel happy and light? Or stressed and cluttered? Do you see a vision that reflects the present? Or pieces of the past?
My philosophy stems from a yogi perspective, my Virgo love for organization, and a strong understanding of The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. I genuinely believe that when a room is clean and uncluttered you have no choice but to examine your inner state.
Per hour organizational help
- Includes de-cluttering
- Removal and donating of unwanted items
- Purchasing organizational pieces to help minimize clutter *
- Deep cleaning of designated area
- Creating a system to maintain optimal ease and functionality
- Optional meditation practices to process and understand the process on a deeper level
Contact me today for a free consultation to discuss your goals and vision for a clutter free home and a stress free mind!
I feel as though a weight has been lifted off my shoulders! Chelsea helped to organize every room in my home. It was a long process and at times not easy to say goodbye to the past. However today I look around with such joy. I love everything in my home now. She helped me to let go of the things that truly were not bringing me joy!
As a mother to 3 busy children, I simply did not have the time to get organized. I felt as though I was drowning in clutter! Chelsea helped us to create more ease in our everyday lives. She created structure and order but still left room for the reality of our bustling house. She still comes often for maintenance and to get our butts back in gear!
~ Jennifer Morgan
I’ve been talking about organizing the garage since we moved 7 years ago! With Chelsea’s help we not only organized it but made an amazing play area for my kids. Since then she has helped me tackle all those “one day” projects from closets (I didn’t realize how many clothes I had!) to kitchen cupboards, to the dreaded office. I feel free!
~ Moni Owens