Are you ready to move forward?

womanThere’s a sense that things are moving again. In my neighborhood renovations are taking place. Homes are selling and people are moving. These transitions can be a challenge as well as a blessing. Much of what we do at Organizing  Coach Company involves helping people get organized, so that they can move forward in their lives. And sometimes it is not just for them, but for their entire family.
 

 

 

Featured Client Story
A Mother’s Clutter Becomes a Family’s Stress
Recently, I worked with a family who was mourning the loss of their elderly mother.  It was quite challenging for them to deal with what to do with all their loved one’s belongings. They were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of items that she left behind, and were afraid of losing important family heirlooms and memories. Family treasures, including an honorary medal, were mixed in with a lot of furniture, clothes and clutter the family members didn’t want or need. A tight time frame added to the stress of the situation.  Our team was able to help.

“We are elated with the results of this process and can’t thank you and your crew and vendors enough for the help in managing my mother’s worldly belongings with the respect and dignity they deserved.”

Do you know someone who is facing a similar situation? Let go of the clutter and reduce stress for you and your family. We are happy to help you move forward.

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2 thoughts on “Are you ready to move forward?

  1. Jane.. seeing the pictures of the kitchen you organized
    really sunk in. I am currently seeing a client whose kitchen
    is really really bad. When I ask her about hiring you she is
    too embarrassed to let you or anyone in the door. So we have a lot
    of ground work to do before she will open the door, but I think
    if I could show her pictures it might help. What do you think?

    MR

  2. Dear MR,

    Thank you for considering this option in order to reach your client. Sometimes, we need to try different ways. Some people respond to visual cues. If they can relate, it may open the door for them.

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