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Are you wanting to organize your home or a specific space in your home and feel like you COULD do it yourself, but you don't know where to start? Well, have I got GREAT news for you! A VIRTUAL organizing session may be just the ticket you're looking for.

What do these sessions look like you ask? I'm so glad you did!! Not only are these virtual sessions cost effective, they won't break the bank or blow the budget. If that sounds like a WIN/WIN to you, then just keep reading!


These virtual sessions will put you on a fast track to getting you started on your journey to .... making space for the things you love, which is my Mission Statement here at Organized by Chance.


Included in your Virtual Organizing Session:

  • FaceTime or Google Meet to see your space

  • Discussion of possible strategies to get your space organized to fit your specific needs

  • Discussion of possible supplies needed to make the strategy work

  • Discussion of using "what you already have" to implement the strategy

  • Detailed follow up email to outlining the discussion of your strategy , how to implement it, and supplies possibly needed


First Session $50

  • Payment is required at the beginning of the session via Venmo or Paypal

  • Follow up sessions available at a discounted rate


Contact me today for schedule availability and let's get your space organized.

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A couple of ideas to get you started on your holiday prep. Making lists of menus, gift ideas, to-do tasks, etc. can prove very helpful. I use the note section in my phone. Anytime I think of something that needs to be done, a gift that needs to purchased, or a menu idea, I note it there. Because let's be honest, our phones are pretty much close by 24/7.

I also use a calendar to map out my to-do lists. I assign each task a day and time and then I have a visual of how everything will get done. I do this for holiday prep and well as in my business with clients. When we have huge projects such a moving deadline, it helps with their stress seeing a mapped out plan to our final destination...moving day.

MOST IMPORTANTLY!! This is real life folks, not a staged social media post. So, give yourself some grace. Do the best that you can and know that it is good enough. This is the time to enjoy your family and friends, not be so stressed-out in preparation that you miss the most important part, the love, joy, and fellowship that surrounds you. Now, let's make space for the things you love...



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I just recently finished one of my favorite projects to date: a garage makeover. My client had a great vision for her garage, she just wasn't sure how to make it all happen. We started with her wishlist for her garage. On her list was:

  • room for the car

  • room for bikes

  • storage for Christmas decorations

  • easy access to backpacks, umbrellas, and shoes

  • storage for ballpark chairs

  • storage for tools, paint, cleaners

  • easy access for yard tools

  • easy access for mops and brooms (she already had this one covered)

  • most importantly... as much off the floor as possible

Whew! That was a BIG list! My client and I worked together during her consultation to formulate a plan to bring her vision to life. This would be done in a couple of phases.

Phase 1 of this garage transformation was clearing out boxes, categorizing items "like with like", and making a list of what supplies we would need.

Phase 2 consisted of a vision board of sorts. We found pictures on Pinterest of organization systems she liked. We researched the possibility of those systems actually working within her space. After deciding on the systems that would work best, it was time to move on to the next phase.

Phase 3 was placing orders for the supplies (hello post pandemic and low supply chains) and...waiting for said supplies.

Phase 4 consisted of installation of the organization systems as well as further organizing into bins and finally labeling all the bins.

My client is absolutely in love with her garage transformation. We checked ALL the boxes on her wish list and most importantly, they are systems that she and her son can keep up with. We took our time with this project ensuring that the systems would work for her and that they were exactly what she envisioned. As I mentioned previously, we were slowed done a bit due to supply chain issues. But, now that it is all done she couldn't be happier!

Organization systems used in this garage transformation:

  • Flow-wall

  • Adjustable garage shelving from Rubbermaid

  • Gladiator hanging tool system

  • Clear bins from Target

  • White bins from Ikea

  • Custom labels by Organized by Chance made with a Cricut joy and removable vinyl

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