Just before the holidays, I won a Facebook contest for a home organizing session from Holly, and I couldn't be more pleased with how it went! Holly was so chill and so nice, and my 3 year old son warmed to her instantly (which is a big deal). I never felt embarrassed having her get to see all my prolific clutter, or my weird storage situation, or all the times I realized I had no idea why I even owned X item or why it was where it was. She took charge where she could, while empowering me to purge, sort, and re-prioritize in a way that felt freeing, not at all judgmental or scary. The whole process was so motivating; she was here for not even 3 hours but we got SO MUCH DONE, in our front closet but also in our upstairs loft area that has been plaguing me for YEARS as I tried in vain to turn it into usable space. Now, any time I walk by it, I take a deep, satisfying breath and bask in the order. I can't wait to finish "moving in" to that space, now that I can see the big picture for how/where I can place everything. Holly, thank you thank you THANK YOU for your contest, and for generously giving your services, and for giving me parts of my house back!! I'd highly recommend you for everyone I know!
Holly was a lifesaver! I was working on a big garage clean out surprise for my husband and she came and helped me finish strong. I let her do her thing in the garage while I worked inside on clothes and came back 45 minutes later and was shocked at how much she accomplished.
Our ladies retirement group really enjoyed Holly's talk. The presentation gave us so many tips to help us get organized according to our individual desires and vision. Ideas such as baskets, going vertical, and especially not feeling judgmental about our personal style were wonderful. Understanding the thought process of poverty mentality being a reason we might hold onto useless items really opens our minds to change.