Hi! I'm glad you're here!
There are a multitude of reasons that we all end up with too much: caring for loved ones young and old, demanding jobs, downsizing, or inheritances to name a few. Being trusted and given the opportunity to help you regain control of your space is an honor that I do not take lightly and I welcome the chance to be a part of your declutter story.
As a mom of three boys I understand how organizing needs to be functional for the whole family, not just one time picture perfect.
If you are stressed out because you can't find anything in your house since nothing is organized, then it's time to declutter and reclaim your space. I want to walk along side you in that process.
Meet The Team
Erin is a Lexington native and a mom to two wonderful little boys. Erin has a perfectionist's eye for organization and can take any pantry, attic, garage, or anywhere in between and turn it into a pinterest worthy showstopper. She excels in areas that need functional systems and easy to maintain organizational solutions that will work for your whole family. She loves organizing playrooms for young kids, rearranging furniture and can be heard asking, "Now, you are going to want to kill me, but, what if we...?" In her non-working hours, Erin loves spending time outside and survives her days enjoying large quantities of caffeine and a great book on Audible.
Maggie lives in Wilmore, but grew up in Nicholasville. She comes to us after being a high school teacher for a decade and therefore understands the importance of being organized, both physically and digitally. She has found that decluttering gives her a sense of peace and wants to help others experience this same feeling. While a good closet declutter/organize is her favorite, she has an overall passion and gift for creating clean and functional spaces in any area of your home. She loves to celebrate the "before and after" of your project, but especially loves leaving you with an organized and useful space that you can enjoy. Outside of organizing, Maggie loves to spend time with her husband and 3 pets - Sadie, Hallie and Ella. In her free time, she also plays soccer, kickball, and flag football.
Melissa has two spirited school-aged children and has been a stay at home Mom for the past nine years. She understands the struggles and loss of sanity that comes from living in the middle of chaos with irrational yet loveable tiny humans. She joins me in my quest to help people declutter each room and help provide a more functional and simplistic way for them to store and display their personal family treasures. Melissa loves nothing more than to fill the back of her van with donations to be dropped off and given new life for another sweet family. When Melissa isn't working, she enjoys thrifting and bargain hunting and can often be found, earbuds in, listening to a true crime podcast or a book.
Sue hails from Pennsylvania and moved to Lexington after stints in Indiana, New Hampshire, Boston and New York City. She is a mom to three fantastic teenagers who test her sanity almost daily. Her family has varied sporting and outdoor interests so she loves a good garage organization project, but also excels in offices, kitchens and children's rooms. Sue respects your need to keep certain sentimental items but will help you narrow down those keepsakes to a more manageable quantity. As well, she will help you declutter and reorganize those keepsakes to enusre their safety and accessibility. In her spare time, Sue can be found watching baseball, volleyball, and gymnastics competitions, taking photos, volunteering at her kids' schools, and dreaming of trips to the National Parks or to a soft sandy beach.