Spring seems to have finally arrived in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and we are excited and ready to thaw out from a long and particularly cold, wet winter.
Organized at Last is growing and changing and I continue to learn and grow along with my business. I’m reminded daily of the importance of making smart choices on this journey of life. We are constantly bombarded with media that encourages us to buy more, bigger, better, nicer stuff. Somehow, it sucks us in and in the end we end up feeling empty, with homes, garages, storage units and lives so full that we can hardly breathe. We want to help you breathe again…to create emptier but much fuller lives!
In my last blog I mentioned that Becca was no longer with me because she was pregnant. She gave birth to little Bennett on May 1st and he is so wonderful! She will be focusing on him for awhile. Right where she should be. Sasha is working as a personal assistant to her husband now as he grows his financial planning business at Thrivent Financial. Their spots have been filled with amazing new talent which I shared a bit about in my last blog. I have also recently hired Jeannie Hayden who is leaving a 30+ year career in public education to join my organizing team and eventually partner with me in this business. More information about these new additions can be found here.
This is such a fun time of year to think about what might need freshening up in your life and we can help with all of it. Does your home need a makeover? We do that. Do you need someone to help choose inexpensive décor so that your home looks better? We do that. Does your garage need an overhaul? We do that. If you’re not sure if we can help you, give me a call or shoot me an email. Don’t delay, summer is full and fun and we all take time away with our families so if you’ve been thinking about calling us, do it now! Most jobs require about 3 hours. If you could change something about your life in just 3 hours, what would it be?
Can’t wait to hear from you!
“Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.” -Alan Cohen