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A Client’s Perspective II

Back in December, I launched a series called “My Journal, My Journey”.  My desire was, and still is to share the “Ordering Your Steps” process, from my client’s perspective. Unfortunately, it has been a lot tougher than I thought, to gather the testimonials, between jobs, and publish them in a consistent and timely manner.  I apologize for the delay, but I ‘d like to present to you, the 2nd installment of “My Journal, My Journey”!

Today, I’d like to introduce you to Ms. E and without any further ado, here’s her testimonial…..

When I told my husband that I would be hiring a Professional Organizer to help me organize our home office, he thought it would be a total waste of money. I, however, was desperate.  I couldn’t walk into my office without climbing over heaps of paper and other random items.  The documents had been piling up for almost ten years and the office space was totally unusable.

Candy was very pleasant and extremely professional.  She tackled the mess with incredible precision and efficiency so that after just my first session with her, I could actually see the floor of the office!  Something I hadn’t seen in years!  Even, my husband could not believe his eyes when he came home!

At the end of my sessions with Candy, the office was well organized with everything properly labelled.  There was literally a place for everything and everything was in its place.  Also, an unexpected outcome from the process was the ton of unused gift cards and checks we found that had been lost over the years.  Our total financial recovery was well over what we had paid her for her services. I would highly recommend Candy to anyone who needs help with organizing.  She’s the best!

Signed,

E.A.

One of the favorite parts of my job is what I call “Discovery”!  It’s when my clients, uncover all of their hidden treasures during the organizing process… rather it’s the dress in the back of the closet with the tags on it that was long forgotten?  the pair of shoes that was lost months ago?  or in this case all the $$$$$$ that was left unclaimed years ago!

23073166 - vintage treasure chest opens to reveal a luminous but hidden secret

Stay Tuned for our next entry …. hopefully, before the end of the summer ????  :-/

One thought on “A Client’s Perspective II

  1. Candy, I know how Ms. E. feels. When I lived in New Orleans, I bought a book on organizing. I began with decluttering the dining table which had become my desk. In decluttering the dining table, I found a crisp $100 bill.

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