I’m Chalee, and I LOVE to organize. Why? Because I know how good it feels to BE organized.

The stress of being disorganized can increases your risk for headaches, high blood pressure, depression, insomnia, missed opportunities and a lot more.

Professional Organizer Sitting at her Desk Smiling and holding a mug of coffee

Me, in my home office in Denver, Colorado!

Being organized will give you:

  • Increased energy, more productivity.
  • Better eating habits, better health.
  • Improved sleep habits, more emotional and mental margin.
  • Overall well-being and happiness increases, more pleasure.
  • A lower risk of heart disease

My Story. You Benefit.

Have you ever had an ah-ha moment that changes your life?

That’s what I experienced after reading a book that changed my point of view on the stuff I owned. What I took away was that everything we own, owns a piece of us…

Stop. Assess. And ask: is this adding VALUE to my life, or STRESS?

I eliminated a lot of the junk that was clogging my space and my life – stuff that was just stuff.

Except for a few sentimental items, I gave away almost everything I owned and set out on a personal journey to fill the new vacant space I created with what I truly wanted to welcome into my life.

That lead me to where I am today: living a fulfilled life, embracing my passions, and helping people like you do the same.

We Can Do This!

Together we will assess what’s cluttering the path to your success and happiness.

  • How much “stuff” is holding you back right now?
  • Are you stuck?
  • Do you feel like you’re treading water, sinking fast?
  • Or maybe you already know the value of being organized and just want help to be able to see the forest through the trees.

Clutter is more than objects, you can clutter your life with unnecessary processes or steps, with negative people, unproductive employees, a cluttered calendar because you don’t know how to say no – this is all CLUTTER.

When we are finished, I can guarantee this, YOU WILL LOVE BEING ORGANIZED.

Frequently Asked Questions

Professional Organizers assist with a variety of areas of organization, including residences, businesses, productivity/time management, chronic disorganization, space planning, wardrobes/closet systems, digital organization, financial management, packing/moving, plus many more areas.

A Professional Organizer provides hands-on assistance, expertise, coaching, and guidance with the organization - or reorganization - of a space or system.  While the result of working with a Professional Organizer may make a space appear ‘cleaner’, a Professional Organizer is not a housekeeper and does not perform housekeeping tasks such as dusting, mopping, sweeping, or cleaning a space.

Working with a Professional Organizer can be a very personal and emotional process. Organizing requires decision-making and often an assessment of what has led us to live in a cluttered home or workspace. We ask why you are holding on to things or repeating habits that might be creating anxiety, strained relationships, shame, or mismanaged time. We then help to create a new environment that brings more ease and peace to your daily life.

If you're not sure if you should hire a professional or accept the help from an eager friend or family member, this tip sheet can help you determine which option works best for you.

Check out this post 5 Really Good Reasons to Work with a Professional Organizer to learn more about what we do and what makes working with a Professional Organizer different than accepting help from an organized person.

A lot of overwhelmed entrepreneurs feel like hiring an assistant will instantly alleviate their feelings of being overwhelmed.  An assistant can be a HUGE help, but your work with an assistant will be improved if you are able to strengthen your own organizational skills and habits.

Yes. Organizing projects require your feedback and decision-making. In addition to the one-on-one time we spend together, there will be times when I will give you ‘homework’ to complete before our next appointment.

Yes and no.  It is important that the person you are wanting to help has decided for themselves that they want to work with an organizer. If they have asked - and you are gifting this to them - then yes!  Of course you can gift them an initial consultation! If this is something that YOU think they need, but they are not in the mindset themselves, then I cannot work with them. Organizing is a non-judgmental process and only for those that are ready to make a change and commit to the process.

Our first appointment will be a virtual assessment.  Prior to our one-on-one time, you will need to submit photos of the space you are wanting help with and fill out an initial intake form and scorecard. Please remain open-minded and willing to share what you would like help with, what your goals are, and where you have stumbled in the past. Leave areas of organization in their natural state. No need to reorganize or ‘tidy- up’ for me – it’s best if I see things as they are.

No, absolutely not.  While I am a HUGE advocate of taking a mindful assessment of what you own, I will never make you get rid of something you do not want to let go of.

It depends on the project.  I will provide an estimate, but this is subject to change.  The client often dictates the speed in which a project is completed.  If you do not do the homework that is required, this will lengthen the process.

Organizing is not a quick fix.  Often clients have spent years or decades developing habits that have created the environment they are in. It can take time to reset the environment, implement a new system and/or change existing habits.

One of the core concepts of organizing is giving everything a home.  It is important to give items a home that is appropriate in size and functionality, often clients do not have this rule in place, or it needs to be fine-tuned.  As we move through the organizing process, we will repurpose and reuse what we can so the need to purchase new products is reduced.

All major credit cards and gift certificates/credits. All services require payment in advance.