Our Process

The edit Process is as easy as 1-2-3

  • Step 1: The Assessment Consultation
  • Step 2: The Organizing Work
  • Step 3: The Follow-Up Care

Step 1: The Assessment Consultation

Once you contact me, I will gather some basic information about your home and your areas of concern or chaotic spaces. You will then receive a questionnaire which gathers information about the physical space in your home and the members of your household. The questionnaire also encourages you to focus on current systems that are working as well as those that were tried and just didn’t take.
My first visit to your home is exploratory and analytic; I will be listening to your needs as we tour your home, seeing and documenting the problem zones and discussing the purpose of each space and the stressors that arise when you are in them. I will be drawing, taking notes and photographing in an objective frame of mind, hearing everything you tell me to best determine what solutions will work for you.
I then compile my notes and recommendations in a summary and the best strategy for organizing your home. A proposal and estimate will accompany this summary.

Step 2: The Organizing Work

After setting some priorities, we will use a process known as S.T.A.C.K.S. ©Clear & Simple

Sort Boxes and piles will emerge with labels identifying

Toss Do you want it and need it? If not, items will be donated or discarded.

Assign a Home In which room or zone does each item belong?

Contain A place for everything and everything in its place.

Keep it Up Create a plan and a system that will help you maintain all this great work.

Simplify Before bringing new stuff into your home, question its usefulness and how long before you’ll have to STACK it again!

Step 3: The Follow-Up Care

My success is dependent on the teaching part of my work, not the end product of our Step 2 together. I will check in periodically to see how all the systems are running, and if something isn’t working for you, we’ll reassess and figure out a better way. I even offer a Bootcamp to energize your entire family to keep the clutter at bay.

Your success is my best marketing tool, so I will be there for you in the future.

"Clutter is stuck energy.
The word "clutter" derives from the Middle English word "clotter,"
which means to coagulate -
and that's about as stuck as you can get."

                                                                 Karen Kingston
                                                                                    Author of Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui