Home & Business Organizing
Let’s make progress together…
SkillSet offers two methods of working with you to attain your organizing goals – and manage the stuff behind the stuff.
Initial Consultation Call – free
We start our work together by scheduling a free, 30-minute Initial Consultation Call to determine if SkillSet can help you reach your goals and achieve organizing success. This session may be done via phone, FaceTime, or Zoom. Click here to inquire about scheduling.
Virtual Organizing – 2-hour Session – $250
Similar to the 3-hour “Let’s Get Organized” below, but this session takes place via Zoom. Pick a space, any space. Together we’ll set your goals, I’ll teach you the L.E.S.S. system, and we’ll work through the decision-making process to get you where you want to be with your stuff. Includes creation of a follow-up plan of action, detailed written recap, and maintenance support in between sessions.
Let’s Get Organized – 3-Hour Session – $375
Organized, less cluttered spaces are easier to maintain, and result in less stress, more time, and even save money! This 3-hour one-on-one customized session is tailored to your goals, your brain, and your learning style. Includes follow-up plan, written recap, and maintenance support. You can schedule as many or as few as needed to get the job done. Donation drop-offs may be added for an additional $50 fee.
Note: SkillSet has a wait list for organizing sessions – earliest availability is January 2023. Priority scheduling is given to current coaching clients.
“Sara, I’m deeply grateful for your help in continuing to make progress. Our virtual brainstorming session helped me get all the work that’s ahead of me out of my brain and into an action list that is easy to break down into smaller tasks. I love how we organized the list in a way that will make my weekly planning a breeze. It’s very empowering!”
– V.M., Nashville TN
We are a busy family living in an older home with challenging spaces and limited storage space. Sara has been a lifesaver! …Sara is unassuming and nonjudgmental, and I never felt embarrassed showing her our cluttered spaces. She approaches her work as an educator, and I have learned so much that I find myself using her techniques to organize at work as well.”