Cleaning and organizing pics!

Organizing- color coordinated and so much more!

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Clothing neatly folded, dresser drawers organizing, color coordinated closet, bins and other organizers cleaned and organized to free up space.

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Sessions and Rates

Rates – Organizing

  1. $25.00 an hour (two-hour minimum)
  2. I offer weekly maintenance packages- $20.00 an hour(two- hour minimum and weekly maintenance generally takes just the two-hour minimum weekly.) If you book a day a week for a year and pay up front I will give you 10% off weekly rates.

Rates– Free Virtual Consult

  1. $20.00 45 minute session-Organizing/Lifestyle Coaching (Google Hangout, Skype and/or email)
  2. $10.00 /month coming soon– an e-course via email – a newsletter of tips, hints, and exercises to help you organize your life and home to a more peaceful and authentic representation of yourself.
  3. $30/week – meal planning, menu creating and organizing shopping lists (this is ideal for busy people, students and elderly)

 

Organizing sessions– the first session is a consultation which is free.

Once I have visited your home and seen the rooms or areas you wish organized I will be able to give you an accurate estimation of time needed to organize your room (s) or area. To some extent, an estimation can be given via photographs or video.

Session 1-Ideal for students, military, traveler’s, elderly and newlyweds: $25 an hour/2 hour minimum.

  • Your first kitchen organized or we provide a service where your kitchen can be freshened up after travel, before you return home, or after a hospitalization or life event. Freshening up usually means- flowers, garbage taken out, refrigerator cleaned/stocked, mail picked up and sorted and linens changed.
  • Appointments and schedules organized.
  • Menu’s for you or for you and your family with shopping lists–created.
  • Personal shopping

Session 2-Ideal for people who want or need help in identifying what is clutter, assistance in organizing clutter and or organizing a space: $25 an hour/ 2-hour minimum.

  • Kitchen
  • Pantry
  • Den
  • Living Room
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Home Office
  • Work Office
  • Craft Room

If there is a room or space you need to be organized that I haven’t listed let me know. We can work something out. I’m here to help.

Please feel free to contact me at any time to schedule a session at-runjumpbegin@gmail.com

FAQ

What experience do you have as a personal organizer/advice given for living a simpler life? Through the creation of this business, this will be my first opportunity to formally work as a personal organizer. I’ve spent most of my life organizing things for other people through my work and in my personal life. Several years ago I made a commitment to myself and my husband to learn to live a simpler life.  Almost a decade into living a simpler lifestyle, I’m ready to share some of the things that I’ve learned about living a more organized, self-sufficient, and far less chaotic life.

 

Tell me about the free consultation-

The free consultation works as an introduction and assessment process for the both of us. If you’d rather I do the free consultation online we can do that. With a camera or uploaded photos, I can take a look at each situation and I will be able to estimate how long or how many sessions will be needed to organize your requests. I can also visit you in person. I currently work in the Sauk County area and can give you an estimate based on an in-person tour of the rooms you want organized/ and or any other services that I provide that you request.  The consultation is free. 

 

Tell me how a session worksA session can be a room that you request to be organized or a service such as meal planning and shopping assistance. A session is a 2-hour minimum amount of time assigned to a room and or service provided by me. All work assigned is a two-hour minimum, which means that no matter how much or how little time is required to do a session of work, I will get paid for two hours of work and then all other hours of work after that minimum. Ex- I complete a session for you that took 1 hour and 15 minutes. You would need to pay me for 2 hours of work.  Ex- I complete a session for you that took over 8 hours of work, across two days of time. You would need to pay me for 8 hours of work. Ex- I complete a session for you that took 8 hours and 15 minutes of work, across two days of time. You would need to pay me for 8 hours of work. (I don’t charge for 15 minutes-excludes 2-hour minimum, but will charge for 30 minutes of my time if it’s 8 hours and 30 minutes)     

 

When do I pay for sessions/packages? The day that the work is completed. I am paid by the hour with a two-hour minimum.

 

When do I pay for online consultations/ assistance?  Before the session begins.

Do you provide an organizing contract? Yes, I do. Before payment is accepted and work begins I have an organizing contract that we will go over that assures you of your privacy, of when my work will begin, when work will end,  and that I have permission from you to perform organizational services and that you as the client have the responsibility to pay me for the services performed.

How do I pay?  You can pay me directly through PayPal or cash in person. I am unable to accept checks or credit cards at this time.

What areas do you work in?   We are currently accepting work in Sauk County at this time

What are your work days and work hours? Our hours of service are Monday – Saturday 9:00 am -4:00 pm.

 

Organizing and Reinforcing a Closet

Around 10 pm on the July 4th, holiday weekend with my husband in bed sound asleep, and me watching a movie in the living room, we both suddenly heard a very loud crash. I heard him jump up and we both met in the hallway and asked each other ” what on earth was that?” We looked around and looked around some more and then I heard him say “come here we’ve got a problem.” The problem was that our closet had collapsed.

The brackets that hold up the bar that all of our clothing hangs on pulled out of the wall and the shelf above that bar, stacked high with stuff, came tumbling down. I blame the neighbors, on the other side of that wall, and their constant banging for this. I swear they’ve put a jungle gym in their bedroom. So here we were with a mountain of stuff partially collapsed into our closet doors. What a mess! We took out what we could to take the pressure off our closet doors and saved the rest for the next day. Bright and early the next day we unloaded everything onto our bed, into our home office, into the washing machine, and along both shower curtains. What we needed to do was fix the current brackets, put in reinforcements, and clean and paint the closet. My husband’s job was to fix the brackets, and mine was to organize the contents of our closet, clean, and paint.




Two hours later and we’re almost done–






At about the 2.5-hour mark we had completed our work with a few loads of freshly laundered clothing already out of the wash hanging up. I couldn’t have done all this work without the assistance of my husband. He is a great help in all things and an integral part of our family’s business.