Frequently Asked Questions - Fact or Fiction?
Most people in need of organizing services are going through a transition in their lives. Be it downsizing & moving, changing jobs or starting a business, loosing weight or moving on from a relationship, the loss of a family member or bringing home a new baby.
Change in your life or lifestyle can be challenging and sometimes difficult. Bringing organization into your life can make the transition easier, a Professional Organizer is a there to help guide you.
Rates vary depending on service: in home sessions, online coaching, or speaking engagements. Scope of project & frequency of bookings can also effect pricing. Please contact us to discuss your project.
Savvy Space Solutions accepts payments for in home sessions in cash or E-transfers and are paid at the end of each session.
Online appointments can be pre-paid via E-transfer.
Fact or Fiction
Fiction – A Professional Organizer will work with you to help determine what items truly belong in your space. Items you need, use, want, bring you joy & what items are keeping you from enjoying your space the way you should.
Fact – I have found hundreds of dollars for clients: uncashed cheques, money & banking information hidden or lost, unused store credit & gift cards, jewelry & heirlooms, even winning lotto tickets.
Disorganization can also lead to needless purchases when you can’t find items you already have – you can’t find it so you purchase another. Cutting through your clutter can help curb duplicate purchases.
Fiction – Just about everyone has a junk drawer or junk room. Many people cannot use their basement or garage because of excess “stuff”. Sometimes what looks like an organized house really isn’t, behind cupboards or doors can be an avalanche waiting to happen.
Fiction – Many people think their space is the worst, but clutter and disorganization are relative. I have had clients call me stating their home or office is unbearable but only need a few solutions. I have also had people call me saying they need “a little decluttering” “here & there” yet they cannot physically open the door when I arrive.
And while there can be hoarding situations & health dangers, these are extreme cases.
Clutter & Organization Facts:
Don’t be embarrassed by your clutter. Clutter is one of the last taboos and nothing to be ashamed of.
There was a time when having cancer was not talked about. People will now freely & proudly admit to overcoming a disease or difficult situation but won’t have guests over to their home because there is no place to sit.