Creating space and time
. . . for things that really matter.
Are you overwhelmed by your belongings?
Have you recently experienced an illness or injury?
Are you going through a big life transition?
If it feels like you’ve lost control of your stuff or schedule, I can help you get on top of it all, so you can get back to the things that really matter in your life.
Busy Parents | Retirees | Working Professionals | People with Chronic Illness or Disability . . . and More!
Serving Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Chesapeake, VA
How I can help:
Home Organization & Decluttering
- Kitchen or pantry
Memorabilia, collections, storage ideas.
Preparation for Moving or Remodeling
Decluttering for staging
Sorting and discarding of unwanted items to reduce moving costs by reducing weight.
Preparing for arrival of movers and move-day management
Unpacking and organizing your belongings in your new space.
Home Office, Documents and Photos
Time management and workflow planning for household efficiency
Household or work paper management & filing systems
Photo organization (print and/or digital), storage, and photobook creation.
“I really appreciate Sara’s approach to organizing. She took into account what would work for our family’s lifestyle and then we made a plan of how to organize our things for real life, not a magazine. The most amazing part is that it has stayed organized because everything has a home! . . . If you want to get organized and STAY organized, Sara is the one for the job!”
What do you think?
Learn more about getting started on your organizing project.
A Blog of Sorts
Tips for creating space and time for things that really matter.
Read everything about organizing you want; for many people it’s just not enough to help them actually do it. Not only is it hard to know where to start, how do you stay motivated and finish one project without getting sidetracked?
So, you’ve decided to clean up, declutter, organize and/or simplify. That’s great, but it can be hard to know where to begin.
It may seem overwhelming to even begin, much less finish. But the only way to make change, or get started on something, is to actually do it.
Sara Cummings, M.A.