Being organized is a way of life for me. As long as I can remember, since I was a little girl growing up in Australia, I've always liked to have everything clean, organized, and all in order. And not just my things...my friends', as well! I'd often spend afternoons, evenings, and sometimes days at a friend's house, helping them organize their closets, cupboards, bedrooms...wherever they needed help. It never felt like work to me. I found organizing enjoyable and very satisfying.
That's when I realized that I could use my passion to help others.
I founded the "Organizing Aussie" in 2005. Up until that time, I'd been working as a Registered Nurse. I found that I could draw on that experience to help clients who suffered from ADD, ADHD, depression, and other medical conditions that made organizing a challenge.
I know that an unorganized home can be uncomfortable to let someone in to. But I see beyond the clutter, beyond the "stuff," and come in to your home "judge-free." I am here to help you create order and balance in your home.
And in the end, I will leave you with a comfortable, stress-free, and clutter-free environment. Coming home and stepping into a clean and organized home will leave you feeling refreshed and happy. No more stress, and no more clutter.
As Benjamin Franklin said,
"A place for everything, and everything in it's place."
I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), Faithful Organizers, and Global Organizers (and have clients in Australia as well, that I help when I visit home!)