Renee Frampton


I’ve always been a fairly organized person, but my space was always “lived in”. I often felt scattered and unorganized, running late a lot and finding myself hiding things behind shower curtains (like dirty laundry) when someone announced they were coming over. It wasn’t until I was diagnosed with ADD that I realized I had a problem. Focus was hard for me. Then, after losing my best friend, my mother, tragically, I hit rock bottom into a deep depression with anxiety. I was frozen. With everything. Then my miracle baby arrived, and things had to change. I couldn’t not be organized with a baby and all the stuff they come with. The more organized and simplified I made my life, the better my depression and anxiety became. I wanted to spend the rest of my life helping others who feel similar. Stuck. It’s ok to ask for help. But I know how hard it is! We are so busy these days with errands and work and activities, and many of us live far from family and have no support system (I didn’t). But we can’t be expected to do it all!

I had no idea what having a simplified home environment and systems in place would do to change everything in my life, including my mental health, but it has. Now, with a handpicked, dedicated team of like-minded organizers, we are even more equipped to help you transform your space. Let us show you how – and we might even have fun doing it!

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