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We were to move out in a short moments notice, and Stephanie came in with a “can-do” positive attitude, and helped facilitate our move by going through each room and helping organize and pack. She started in our kitchen, and went through our fridge, pantry, and cupboards to help get rid of anything that was expired, no longer of use or just collecting dust. She packed everything in boxes and also made a stack for donation. She went through the whole house, and I was able to purge myself from unnecessary items that I did not even remembered having. It was a sense of relief and peace I didn’t realize de-cluttering and organizing would have been able to produce. Being able to get rid of things from rarely worn 5 inch heels to countless koozies and being able to move out of our place in such a short notice, I am forever thankful for her service and definitely love the positive energy she exudes.
My husband and I cannot thank Stephanie enough for decluttering and staging our home prior to putting it on the market as well as reorganizing our kitchen and pantry. Even more exciting, she helped me transfer my photo albums to digital files. I was able to reduce my 47 album collection to 19 albums after tossing duplicates and photos of people’s backs, and her scanning over 1,000 photos to CD and flash drive. Stephanie was cheerful and always had a smile on her face. I will definitely be contacting her again once we move into our new home.
I cannot praise the work Stephanie did in our home with greater enthusiasm, she has taken such a weight off our shoulders and honestly, I feel much less stressed since she came in. We hired Stephanie to focus on one area of our home but ended up requesting additional work since we felt such a positive change from her work. The first area was all our baby gear. We have twins and limited time so hiring someone to declutter, organize and properly store all baby items we had outgrown was such a great help. The process was extremely easy…Stephanie went through every single little item (every onsie, etc) and organized them into categories we discussed. We then worked together to figure out what we’d like to donate/get rid of and then stored away what we wanted to keep. She even included inventory documentation with photo references for what was stored in our attic. It couldn’t have been any easier! The second area she went through was an upstairs closet of items we’ve had stored away since my husband and I married and moved in together. Stephanie asked me if I want to keep it or donate it and then if I want to keep it, how often do I use it (so that she can decide where it needs to be placed in the closet for frequent or infrequent access). It was LIBERATING. Once she completed all that work, I asked her if she could help us in our kitchen as I’d been struggling to find a way to most efficiently use our pantry space. It’s honestly a bit awkward but now I feel I can easily see and access everything I need. Thank you Stephanie for all your tips, tricks and hard work!
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