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Clutter clearing sessions are 3 hours ("Half Day") or 6 hours ("Full Day") and I am available on weekdays. For the Full Day session we will take a one hour break, halfway through.

We will be working together for you to learn decluttering strategies and organizing systems, so you will need to be fully present without other appointments or distractions during that time.

In the initial session, we will start with a quick chat then a tour of your home. After that, we will determine the best place to start to set you up for success. You will see immediate results, after only one session.


This is a personal process, so even if there are others living in your home, we will only be working on your own individual things. Please reassure the others in your home that we will not get rid of their belongings!


This depends on a number of factors such as: the size of your home, the amount of things you have accumulated, how strong your motivation is to declutter, how quickly you make decisions, and if you are able to complete small projects in between sessions.


It works best if we can schedule weekly or biweekly sessions to get the momentum on your project going and to build up your clutter clearing muscle.


Yes, Sessions can be purchased as a Gift Certificate to be used at a future date.


I work locally in Washington, DC, and the nearby suburbs in northern Virginia and Maryland.


I am available for special trips outside the area as needed. Contact me for travel rates.


I got the idea for my business name while listening to lectures by Eckhart Tolle. He talks about creating space in the mind through practicing presence. Creating physical, clutter-free space in your home leads to mental space in all parts of your life for more joy, creativity and presence.

"The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life"

Marie Kondo, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Ten Speed Press


"All you can do is create a space for transformation to happen, for grace and love to enter."

~Eckhart Tolle

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