Does all this “staying at home” have you feeling restless, anxious, and irritable? Is your clutter getting on your nerves? Do the growing piles of clutter make you feel like your home is shrinking? Are you saying to yourself, "Enough is enough!"
Cluttered spaces lead to cluttered minds, stifled creativity and stagnant energy. Let’s identify and eliminate the items that are making you feel claustrophobic. Let’s harnes that pent-up energy and use it constructively.
I have the skill set and experience to expedite this process. I will keep you focused and on task so you can see measurable progress in just a few hours. You don’t have to keep feeling frustrated, anxious and irritable. Let’s have a conversation. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose except clutter.
No More Cluttered Closet
Problem: Kathleen has two boys who are both in sports and her husband has a million hats. The closet was an eyesore and a constant frustration to Kathleen.
Solution: We removed the coat tree and the shelves from the closet. We cleared off the top shelf to make room for some of the supplies that were cluttering up the dining room.
Result: We were able to clear the floor of the closet and coats and accessories were easier to access.
No More Dumping Zone
Problem: Chloe’s dining room was a dumping zone: holiday decorations that never got put away, papers that never got filed, things that weren’t put back in the pantry or basement after entertaining.
Solution: We put everything that was dumped in the dining room “just for now” where it belonged, and the room was restored to order.
Result: Chloe is no longer irritable every time she looks in the dining room.
Bobbie has been helping residents of Bucks, Montgomery, and Mercer Counties to de-clutter their homes and home offices since 2015.