“Good morning, are you working? I am in need of help and drowning in clutter. I don’t know where to start and I would like some help in all the rooms in my home.” That’s the message I sent to Kerry one Sunday morning when I couldn’t stand how I was living for another minute.
She replied with “I’m sorry to hear you’re drowning in clutter! Yes, I am working. If you’d like to call me for a quick chat, please call now” and that’s what I did.
I knew I had a lot of clutter, and I’d tried and failed to clear it on my own several times. I work part-time and keep chickens, geese and lamas, so for me, time always seems to be an issue. The trigger was when my kids told me that they hated the thought of having to go through all my stuff when I was no longer around. Harsh I know, but I could see their point.
It took a lot for me to ask for help but I was so relieved when I did. After one day of working with Kerry, it was like a physical weight had been lifted from me. I messaged her the next morning to let her know I was breathing better already; I hadn’t realised how much dust was in my bedroom.
When we were done decluttering my bedroom, living room, family room and office it looked and felt great. I sent photos to my daughter, and she was in shock when she saw what we’d done and how different the place looked.
I learned a lot from working through my stuff with Kerry, a lot of it was emotional clutter. It was great having the company and someone who could do the lifting and moving for me. I heaved a sigh of relief when I finally had a linen cupboard that was organised. I was so pleased that the items I didn’t want or need were going to be donated and not just dumped.
I told Kerry she was worth her weight in gold because I think she is. I’m happy to recommend Kerry and her decluttering and organising services.