Six years ago, my days were a busy balance between teaching middle school and being a mom to two-year-old triplets. Often, at the end of the day, I would plop down on my couch to relax and feel… anxiety. Stuff was crammed in every corner and on every surface, threatening to take over not just my living room, but my life.
Lucky for me, a change was coming.
A good friend introduced me to minimalism, the age-old philosophy that less is more. I started reading books and blogs on the subject, and I was hooked.
Slowly, room by room, drawer by drawer, I sorted through my home, minimizing the items my family did not use or love. After eight months, my home–and my life–were transformed. I no longer felt a nagging sense of anxiety when I sat down at the end of a long day. Instead, I felt peace.
I started Less to help others feel the same way.
Some professional organizers are born organized. Some, like me, have experienced firsthand the life change that organization can bring and want to share it. If you are looking for an organizer who understands what it’s like to have a life overwhelmed by clutter and stress, and who knows that it is possible to find freedom, please contact me.