Services & Rates
** NOTICE **
I am offering a new service - On-Demand Organizing
Here is how it works: Contact me and we will schedule a one-hour phone call or Facetime call. During that one hour, we will talk about your space, measurements, your goals, and your timeline. Following our call, I will create a customized organizing plan for you and send it to your email within 3 hours. Following this, FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, you can contact me via text or email as much as you want to and I will return your request promptly.
This is a great solution for those of you who want to get organized at your own pace without having a professional organizer in your home. Call me to schedule your On-Demand Organizing at 574-850-7188 or send me a message on the "Contact Me" page of my website.
RATES FOR IN-PERSON ORGANIZING SERVICES
My rates are currently $50/hour on weekdays, $70/hour after 5 p.m. on weekdays, and $70/hour on weekends (new rates do not apply to current clients seen within the last 6 months)
I am fully insured
Cancellation with less than a 24-hour notice will result in a $50 fee
A 3-hour-per-session minimum is encouraged
Payment is due in full at the end of each organizing session (residential) via cash, check, PayPal, Venmo, or Zelle
Payment is due in full within 15 days of each organizing session (business)
Travel longer than 30 minutes may incur mileage charges
De-clutter and Organize
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Can't park in your garage because it is too full of stuff? Embarrassed to have company in your home? Are your things causing you stress? Good news.....help is just a phone call away!
Following a free consultation in your home, office, or classroom, or virtually, there are really just 3 steps to getting organized! They are.....
Step 1: Eliminate
The area needs to be totally cleared (and cleaned in some cases)
One by one, each item will be placed in 1 of 3 categories:
I am happy to drop donations off for you and this will be charged my hourly rate
Garage/yard sales can be a good way to eliminate clutter, but not always--if you are having a hard time parting with sentimental things, selling it to a stranger may be difficult
I will help you decide what to eliminate, but it is ultimately up to you
Our goal is to "Say Yes to Less"
Step 2: Categorize
You've heard the saying, "There's a place for everything and everything in its place"
Think of putting items in categories, such as filing papers in a file cabinet--you wouldn't put your "Recipe" file under the letter "M"--why would you store office supplies in your kitchen?
Items used regularly need to be easily accessible
Items used less often--such as anything Christmas--can be stored in the attic or basement
Step 3: Organize
This is the fun part!
If you are on a budget, try to "use what you have" when it comes to organizing--for example, using a piece of furniture from another room
It is important to take advantage of vertical space versus using floor space to store things
At this point, you will see the results of your hard work
Whether you're moving across the country, or across town, I provide the following assistance:
Work with you to create a floor plan in your new home
Shop for packing supplies (boxes, tape, wrapping paper, etc.)
Do a thorough inventory (as well as photos) of your belongings
Together, we will decide what to move and what to let go of
Manage shredding, trash disposal, donations (large and small), auction, and eBay sales
Home staging when your home goes on the market
Arrange for movers
Unpack and organize your new home
I have had the privilege to speak to the following groups, discussing downsizing, moving across town or across the country, letting go of sentimental items, getting and staying organized, and saying "Yes to Less"
Women's Council of Realtors - South Bend