Are you drowning in the chaos of your life?
Do you lack the time and know-how to get organized?
Are you unsure of where to even start?
If you have arrived here, congratulations! It means that you have pinpointed the link between clutter in your home and your ability to feel at ease.
Did you know that a recent survey in the U.S. revealed that 54% of people are feeling overwhelmed by clutter and 78% of them have no idea what to do about it? This is not an uncommon problem. In fact, there are over 300 Professional Organizers working in Ontario to help people who are struggling in the same way that you are.
Considering the amount of time we spend at work, driving our kids around to activities, looking after our elderly parents and trying to squeeze in a little leisure time, it's no wonder that so many people struggle to keep their home organization in check.
Making sense of your space is both mentally and physically exhausting. The great news is that you don't have to do it alone. By opting to work with a home organizing partner, you have a guide to call on to help make the tough decisions easier, you will stay focused and the entire project will seem less daunting. I will work alongside you offering guidance, support and respect for you and your space. With Face Your Space, you are in capable and caring hands.
Isabel contacted Face Your Space in a state of stress, frustration and complete overwhelm. She lived in a lovely condominium with three bedrooms. The majority of her home was very clean, well organized and beautifully decorated. Sadly, Isabel had recently suffered the loss of her elderly mother. As the only child, she was left to absorb all of her mother’s belongings from the nursing home into her own home.
All of these items were haphazardly piled into the room that had previously been her sewing room. Isabel had attempted to begin the sorting and purging process but found that grief and confusion overwhelmed her. She simply did not have the clarity of mind to make difficult decisions about what to keep and what to let go of. So…we poured her a cup of tea, she sat in her rocking chair, took a deep breath and got started! I busily worked on removing and sorting items while she shared memories and made the decisions about what to keep and what to donate.
The process ended up being cathartic for her and at the end of our session she said “that wasn’t nearly as difficult as I expected it to be”. Sometimes, we need a listening ear as we sort through our belongings. Now, Isabel is able to use her sewing room again and feels such relief that her mother’s belongings were properly tended to.