For those who struggle with clutter, the home is no longer a respite. The objects we need for everyday living become sources of shame and anxiety. Spaces no longer function the way they did, so getting things done becomes increasingly harder. For some, the calendar and the to-do list are similarly cluttered. Priorities are unclear, time is over- or under-scheduled, and worktime and playtime blend so that neither is satisfying or effective.
I have a special interest in identifying the ways in which poor organization prevents us from thriving. Our work will help you identify areas in your life and your space that are bogged down and difficult to manage, as we discover and explore the personal experiences underneath. I will offer you tools and exercises to change the way you organize and utilize objects, spaces, and daily functioning so that your productivity and creativity can flourish.