COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS: I am still seeing a limited number of in-person clients. Per state guidelines, everyone present will need to wear a mask the entire time. I am also able to work remotely to help with digital clutter, business systems, and to provide planning and guidance for clients wishing to declutter their homes themselves. If you are unsure if a virtual appointment will work for you, or would like more information about the safety requirements of an in-person session, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clutter is a part of all of our lives. We can all recognize physical clutter: old magazines, broken kitchen gadgets, overflowing closets, dirty dishes that ought to be taken to the kitchen. But there are more kinds of clutter. They are just as distracting and difficult, but much harder to identify. That’s where I come in.
I specialize not only in clearing out clutter out of homes, but clearing it out of lives.
If there are flat surfaces in your home you haven’t seen in months (or years), you may have a clutter problem.
If you feel like you’re always in a rush and nothing’s ever getting done, you may have a clutter problem.
If you feel like you’re making good money but there’s still never enough in the bank to do what you want, you may have a clutter problem.
Everyone’s clutter problem is different, which is why they manifest in so many different ways. My services are personalized, and I work with my clients to identify their biggest concerns, then help them implement practical solutions. What you need from me might not be clear at first, which is why phone consultations are always free.
My name is Katrina, and I can help.