The connection that comes from working side by side with someone who can hold your emotions and keep the space safe for you to process your feelings about your things isn’t something that passes through the screen.
Virtual organizing is a lot of work for you.
When you organize virtually, guess who does all the heavy lifting? You do.
Guess who corrals the donations and find somewhere that’ll accept them? You again.
Guess who has to put everything back together after the session? Still you.
All the extra details a professional organizer handles to make everything as easy and painless as possible for you now fall squarely on your shoulders.
I don’t want that for you. The clutter’s been there for long enough, it can wait a little longer until we can safely work together. Working together to manage your stuff for three hours is too long for you to have someone that close to you even if we both wear masks. I want to feel confident coming into your space, knowing there’s no way I could be bringing anything harmful with me.
Now’s the time to schedule your free consultation
This consultation is an opportunity for you to see for yourself that I won’t judge you, for me to get a sense of the scope of your project and for us both to make sure we’re excited about working together.
We’ll schedule your consultation via a phone call or a Zoom meeting. If you need help setting up Zoom, let me know. As long as you have a computer or a laptop with a built in camera (usually top center of the screen), Zoom will work for you.
If you’d like to be added to my organizing wait list, please go ahead and schedule your consultation now. I know that once we can all meet again safely, I’ll be booked up far out. There’s a pent-up demand for organizing, fueled by the realities of staying at home surrounded by all your stuff. Don’t miss your chance to be first in line for the post-COVID joy that decluttering and organizing your space will bring you!
Please take some photographs of your space and the areas of concern ahead of time and email them to me before we chat.
When people tell me they’re disorganized and the place is an absolute mess, I’ve learned that can mean anything from a few magazines out of place on the coffee table and a pile or two on the kitchen counters to a completely full house with goat paths and nowhere for a visitor to sit down. Sharing photos gets us on the same page right away so we can focus more quickly on what you need.
Please don’t tidy up before you take the pictures. They’re for helping us assess your needs, not a reflection on you. You wouldn’t hide leaking faucets from a plumber, cavities from the dentist or problems from a therapist. Just like those professionals, an organizer is there to help, not judge.
During our phone or Zoom call, I’ll ask you to tell me your clutter story and discuss your goals with me. Who’s pushing you to contact me? How invested are you in the process? What does organized look and feel like for you? Have you tried other organizers before and how did that go?
Schedule your consultation now. If we agree to work with each other, I’ll send you my strategy guide on setting yourself up for success when working with an organizer so you can get the very most out of our sessions.
As things get back to normal, I’ll be updating this page but no matter what the situation is, your health and safety are always my top priority. Many of my clients are 65 and older, so a virtual consultation like this helps us set up ground rules for in person work that’ll keep us all safe.
Call Lucy Kelly at (720) 526-2114, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this form to schedule your free 30 minute consultation.
“I can’t believe how much we accomplished and how much less the burden of the “project” felt after our time ended.”
Marilyn P., Longmont