I'm not afraid of the doorbell anymore. I used to dread opening the door and having someone see my space. Now I don't even think about it!
Kate was about to start up her college career again after being out of the academic world for awhile due to a family loss. She had struggled with mental health issues for several years and was ready to live life again.
Kate was motivated to have people over. She wanted to enjoy the rooms that had been remodeled several years ago. Kate wanted a basement office for studying and a kitchen where she could make healthy meals. She loves international travel and wanted a bedroom where she could pack for trips easily and effortlessly. Kate worked with Stephanie twice per week for several months, followed by periodic maintenance appointments.
- Kate made amazing progress with her de-cluttering, donating 75 bags of clothing and household items over 3-1/2 months! The donations helped the families of people dealing with developmental problems to have access to resources.
- She is able to eat healthy meals that she makes in her own kitchen.
- Having an organized “travel center” means she can see her travel essentials and can pack for a trip at a moment’s notice.
- It’s easier for Kate to find what she needs on a daily basis.
- She feels more calm and confident!