I have the ability to see the potential for organization through the clutter. That’s why clients turn to me to help them recover their spaces and reclaim their sanity.
From a very early age, I began to cultivate my love of organizing. At seven I spearheaded a paper sorting campaign in my family, and during childhood I spent play dates cleaning my friend’s bedrooms. I soon realized that what came naturally to me was a struggle for others. After graduating from the University of Michigan with my B.A. in English, I began organizing professionally. In doing so, I learned the great satisfaction I felt by providing others with a service that had the ability to drastically improve their daily lives.
I am driven by my passion for finding order amidst chaos, and for making complex things simple. I possess a deep appreciation for aesthetics; organization, in my opinion, should be both functional and beautiful, as our physical surroundings greatly impact our mental and emotional states. An ordered space, I know, will ensure a clear and ordered mind.
“Live Simply” is a life style.
As such, it encompasses all facets of being, from your material possessions to your emotional state.
It’s peeling away the extraneous: in emotional dealings, the manipulations, obligations, fear, and doubt. In the material realm, the clutter of unnecessary belongings, the tired, worn, or never used, the items that are weighing you down, taking up precious space, and complicating your daily routine.
It’s recognizing that by removing those layers, you may uncover the underlying essence—the beauty of simplicity.
It’s consistently striving to choose the most direct, honest and kind method of communicating, relating, and living.
It’s deciding that you are worthy and capable of having a space and a life that provides you fulfillment and happiness.
It’s learning to be intentional about what you bring into your space and your life.
It’s living with awareness of self, of others, of genuine need.
It’s keeping it real.
It’s making it lovely.
Do you Live Simply?
*Live Simply logo by Ariel Markowitz