A CRICKET THROUGH AND THROUGH
I'm a Certified Organizational Specialist.
I received my certification from
Clutterbug, founded by Cas Aarssen.
She defines four organizing styles:
Ladybugs like to keep things hidden and organized in a few general categories.
Some like to keep things hidden and organized in many detailed categories. They're crickets. Me!
Butterflies like things in plain sight and organized in a few general categories. Most kids are butterflies.
Others like things in plain sight and organized in many detailed categories. They're bees,
Do you know which clutterbug you are? Let's find out so we can design a system that works for you!
Are you ready?
LIVE A LIFE YOU LOVE
Organizing helps me feel in control when life gets chaotic. It also provides a great sense of accomplishment. So, I decided to start ASAP Organizing so I could help other women attain the same peace of mind and satisfaction that organizing provides me.
My recent win over breast cancer has also made me even more determined to live my best life and help others do the same. There's no time like the present, and there's no present like time.
I think life's too short to sweat the small stuff. Keep that tattered one-eyed teddy bear you've had since you were a kid if it makes you happy. I’m here to support you in the way that works for you. So, if you're ready, let's get going!
Why work with me?
Organizing should be as simple as possible. That's why I use proven methods to develop a plan fit for you and your needs.
Confidentiality and a non-judgmental attitude are essential given the sensitive nature of my work; I respect and appreciate the trust you place in me.
Excellent service begins and ends with a skilled, attentive, and dependable professional. I am a consummate learner and listener who takes pride in my work and the relationships I build.
STATES I'VE LIVED IN - IN, SC, AND TX
CRAZY CATS I LOVE AND LIVE WITH
PAIRS OF SHOES I OWN AND WEAR
ORGANIZING BOOKS I'VE READ
"The things that matter most should never be at the mercy of the things that matter least."