Is Clutter Hurting Your Relationships?

If your attempts to deal with clutter have been overwhelming and frustrating, I can help you take care of this problem so you can focus on enjoying the people you love.

Lucy Kelly, professional organizer

There are relatively few organizers in this area who specialize in the kind of skilled, hands-on work that’s required to deal with significant amounts of clutter. I happen to be one of them.

The people in your life may be telling you that you should just get organized. I know there’s no ‘just’ about it. Please be reassured that I’ll come in and help you get it done slowly, gently and respectfully. I’ll hold the space and make sure you feel safe.

No traumatic clean outs, just a ‘slow and steady wins the race’ process that’s proved highly effective in producing lasting change.

I receive ongoing training from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and write a regular decluttering column for the Longmont Times-Call.

The charge for this specialized service is $85 per hour. I work in three hour sessions. Customized packages are available to fit the scope of any project. You’ll work exclusively with me, so you never have to deal with less skilled team members or unfamiliar subcontractors. I work with a limited number of clients at a time to ensure you get the full benefit of my time, attention and focus.

Please contact me to schedule your complimentary 30 minute in-home consultation.

Why Joyful Surroundings?

“Lucy helped me let go of a ton of things I never imagined I could say “goodbye” to, and she did it in such a nice gentle way it wasn’t overwhelming at all!” – Kendra N., Longmont

“I especially appreciated how Lucy did not judge or make us embarrassed about anything. It was really a pleasure to organize, something I would have thought impossible before!” – Sarah C., Boulder

Lucy brings tons of creativity to her work, and sees things in a way I couldn’t have imagined initially.  Everything she touches feels fresher and brighter.  I’m so grateful to work with her.” – Beatrice G., Louisville