With a toddler, a new baby, a new house, and barely a spare minute, I’m quite the challenge. Allison has been more than up for the task. She has a great attitude, lovely spirit, and most importantly, the skills and patience to help me get my home together. I have and will continue to recommend her to everyone I know.
My house had been a hot mess from the time I moved in! Feeling a little overwhelmed, I waited nearly four years before I really got serious about contacting a professional organizer. I stumbled across Allison’s website and mustered up enough courage to call her. From the moment Allison walked through my front door, I knew I had nothing to worry about. Her presence was calming and we immediately connected. I didn’t feel judged at all; in fact, I felt encouraged. Allison listened to my needs, addressed my concerns, and helped transform my house into the home I’d always dreamed and wanted it to be. She has a gift!
Pastor of Inviting Ministries
Edenton Street United Methodist Church
After building our new home, my spacious walk-in attic was less impressive than I had envisioned. Things never got put away correctly and I was spinning my wheels trying to find what I needed. There were a lot of items I was holding onto that I no longer needed and was even rebuying things because I didn’t want to sort through the mess to find what I needed. Amie helped me sort through the attic and get rid of things I no longer wanted, needed, or used in a way that didn’t make me feel judged or rushed. After seeing what was left to store, Amie listened to my needs and helped design an organizing plan that worked for my life and budget. Now my dream attic is neatly organized and allows me to find what I need, when I need it!
Wake County Public Schools
Take it from a serious clutter addict: Allison knows her stuff! Whether you can’t let go of that 90s baby doll dress or those term papers from college, Allison will help you keep what matters and shed the rest. (And believe it or not, it’s relatively painless…) Having her help me de-clutter my bedroom and home office has greatly increased both my productivity–and sanity!
Allison has been a very patient guide as I upgrade my apartment to livable space from its previous state of…landfill. In just one bedroom and a pair of closets, she found two full dumpsters’ worth of clutter to toss and eight bags of clothing to donate. She has been an invaluable judge of what to hold onto and what to let go (“Banded collar denim shirts aren’t ever coming back?”), while respecting this sentimentalist’s need to hold on to some trinkets of his past. And finally, everything has a place! And that place is labeled!
The experience is one I would liken to moving without leaving, where the end result is well worth any momentary feelings of displacement. Highly recommend.
I found Allison online and hired her as a gift to help my mother get organized. She did such a fantastic job that I hired her to help me when I moved in to a new home. She is wonderful to work with, so positive and willing to help. We organized my walk in closet and pantry and I love it! She went to the Container Store with me to help pick out what I needed and came back to my house to help me assemble everything. I had a great experience and would highly recommend her for anyone looking for organizational help or even just to refresh what you already have!
North Carolina State Optometric Society
Our house is plenty large for my family of three; however, with a baby came lots of gear and even more toys. We have grown accustomed to parking both of our cars in our garage and with all of the toddler toys, we were starting to run out of room. After just a few sessions with Amie we had our garage back. Amie suggested we use FastTrack rails in our garage, and what a difference it’s made! After clearing out stuff we no longer needed, we were able to get things up off the floor by utilizing the unused wall space. Now that our garage is organized, we can walk around freely, and still access kids’ stuff. I feel like I can breathe again when I look at my garage, and most importantly, we’re still parking in it.