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With seven years of professional organizing under her belt, Chelsy has walked into homes that are in utter chaos and has brought them back into functionality. She has seen the damaging effects of consumption and clutter and the healing effect that organization can have on a home. Chelsy has a overwhelming love for aiding others in the transformation and management of their homes and lives.
 
Chelsy views life in phases. With those phases come emotions, changes, and stuff.  More often than not these sections of life create chaos. Chelsy uses her skill set to bring her clients lives up to speed with their current goals and dreams. She enters homes and takes a clinical approach to the organization and structure of the family as well as the space.
 
With years of experience and her diligent study of the art of Kon Mari she identifies the methods and patterns behind the disorganization with clarity. Chelsy brings her skills, practices, and passion with her to every project. Unlike other organizers she sets you up with the tools to manage your space on your own, while still supporting you with information, moral support, and endless resources.
 
With a family of her own, Chelsy knows what it’s like to just need a couple extra hands. She is a devoted mother to a pre-teen son who excels in technology and science. On her days off she enjoys home lab experiments, board games, cooking and exploring the bay area with her family. 
 
 
With seven years of professional organizing under her belt, Chelsy has walked into homes that are in utter chaos and has brought them back into functionality. She has seen the damaging effects of consumption and clutter and the healing effect that organization can have on a home. Chelsy has a overwhelming love for aiding others in the transformation and management of their homes and lives.
 
Chelsy views life in phases. With those phases come emotions, changes, and stuff more often than not these sections of life create chaos. Chelsy uses her skillset to bring her clients lives up to speed with their current goals and dreams. She enters homes and takes a clinical approach to the organization and structure of the family as well as the space.
 
With years of experience and her diligent study of the art of Kon Mari she identifies the methods and patterns behind the disorganization with clarity. Chelsy brings her skills, practices, and passion with her to every project. Unlike other organizers she sets you up with the tools to manage your space on your own, while still supporting you with information, moral support, and endless resources.
 
As a single mother Chelsy knows what it’s like to just need a couple extra hands. She is a devoted mother to a teen son who excels at math and science. On her days off she does at home lab experiments, sips on bold wines, ball room dancing, and curling up to watch some of her favorite TV shows.
 

But
what is
Kon Mari?

The KonMari Method is a method discovered by Mari Kondo. It is a way of life that focuses on and encourages cherishing the things that you have that bring joy to your life. 
 
The method goes through every item in your home, acknowledging items for their service  and thanking them.  Helping you become clutter free for good and live a life in joy.
 
The philosophy is very effective and quite popular.  It places importance on being introspective about your home and life while keeping mindful and optimistic.

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But
what is
Kon Mari?

The KonMari Method™ is a way of life and a state of mind that encourages cherishing the things that spark joy in people’s lives.

Belongings are acknowledged for their service and thanked before being let go of, if they no longer spark joy.

People are drawn to this philosophy not only due to its effectiveness, but also because it places great importance on being mindful, introspective, and optimistic.

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