Maid to Organize
I am Lyndsey Vaughan, organizing expert and founder of Maid to Organize. Investing in a professional organizer is a way to commit for anyone who spends a lot of time thinking about getting things done without doing them. I like to solve problems and when organizing I think of solutions that you will actually be able to maintain day after day once I leave. I conquer your clutter, get you organized and simplify your surroundings allowing more productivity and comfort. Organization does not just mean finding a place for things it also includes cleaning that space. I enjoy working with clients providing knowledge or I can work alone giving clients time to put their attention on something else. It starts with just one call .
I have over 25 years of experience in residential, personal and office organizing and cleaning services. I have experience in staging and maintaining rentals on Airbnb and Vrbo and I am listed locally on Nextdoor, Home Advisor and Angie Services. From de-cluttering one-bedroom apartments to facilitating a cross country move, my clients bring me in for projects of all sizes. No job is to big or small. I offer a wide area of services and give free estimates and references if needed. If you need something done this week or a month from now it’s never a problem, just call and ask for Lyndsey.
DID YOU KNOW:
*Cleaning your fridge and keeping it organized is important because an overcrowded fridge leads to decreased energy efficiency and bad airflow. First step to organize your fridge is empty it out and wipe down bins and shelves inside.
*A truly organized kitchen will differ from home to home. Different people have different needs in the kitchen. Place items that you use the most within reach to make cooking easier and store items used less on top of cabinets allowing more space on counters. This also makes the kitchen look less cluttered.
*Once trash is off your property it is legal for anyone to take it. Identity theft begins with papers in your trash. These 8 documents give thieves the information they need to exploit you: boarding passes, prescription labels, receipts, pet medical papers, free return mail labels, resumes, extra birth announcements, and funeral pamphlets. Shred important documents to prevent.
*Get rid of all those cleaning bottles under sinks and use just one multi-cleaner that does the same job. This allows more space to be used if needed and saves you money.
*The average person wears 20% of their clothes %80 of the time. To keep your closet organized invest in slim hangers and use colored ones to separate long and short sleeved shirts and work and play clothes. This helps you save time from looking for things to wear and more time to do something else.