Could you love your home more?
Do you struggle to find things to wear; only wear 20% of your wardrobe 80% of the time?
Is your paperwork disorganised; do you struggle to find important documents quickly?
Are you downsizing and need to own less before moving?
Is your property struggling to stand out from its competitors?
Do you have a property to empty after a loved one has moved into care or passed away?
Do you feel uncomfortable to invite people round?
Welcome to The Home Organiser, I am a Professional Organiser and I can help with any of the above (and more…)
I would like to help you enjoy your home or office space by making life simpler and easier to control.
Your space will feel bigger, clearer and be easier to clean and it will then function better for you; reducing the pressure felt by not being able to find something when needed or feeling overwhelmed by the ongoing need to organise.
There are many reasons for needing help:
Sometimes the task seems so big and overwhelming that it’s hard to know where to start and so you don’t;
A child may have left home and their room could be used for another purpose (guest/hobby room);
Looking to sell your home and want it to look its best against the competition;
A loved one moving into care and their possessions need to be stored;
Loss of a loved one and need support to go through their belongings.
Each of these situations require time and energy which are sometimes hard to find.
I’m based in Blackpool but available across the North West i.e. South Lakes, Lancashire, Merseyside, Cheshire [typically within 1.5 hours drive].
It has been acceptable for a long time to hire a cleaner, a gardener or someone to iron if these are the areas you don't enjoy or excel at. Now it is becoming more common to hire a professional to help with organising your home.
Nothing is more exhausting than the task that is never started…….............…… let’s start now, together.
WHO IS THE HOME ORGANISER:
My name is Sue and I provide friendly support where it’s needed most.
I have always been an organised person and during my 28-year career in the Civil Service I built on this to develop structures and processes that keep things on track. Most of my background is in people and project management and I now specialise in home and office decluttering and organising. I love organising and I’m good at it.
I naturally use my organisation skills in my home and over the years have successfully helped friends and family with areas of concern in their houses. When I realised that 'Decluttering and Organisation' was a recognised skill I was over the moon and jumped at the chance to start up my own business.
We will start by discussing what you want to achieve and I’ll arrange a visit to meet you and gain a better understanding to enable me to plan the best approach and timescale to work to. We’ll work together to achieve your goal. At the end of our time together I’ll share strategies with you to help you to maintain the goal we have achieved.
I am sensitive to the embarrassment and worries caused by being overwhelmed with ‘stuff’. I am here to help, not to judge, and I get such huge satisfaction from seeing the difference I make to clients; leaving them relaxed and positive for the future, ready to enjoy their space. My service is friendly, professional and totally confidential. If you don’t know where or how to start with decluttering and organising your home, or office, let me help you.
The goal is to reduce how much is stored and hidden away so you can easily see and, most of all, enjoy the items you have. Less to keep tidy makes life so much easier and happier.
As it can be both emotionally and physically tiring we will work together at a pace you are comfortable with.
I am insured as a business for Public Liability and Professional Indemnity.
I am registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office as a Data Holder under the Data Protection Act 1998 which means that your details will remain confidential.
I am a member of the Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO) and I am bound by their code of ethics.
The first step is always the hardest but you are not alone…..
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