Over the years, I found that a disorganized space would leave me distracted and unable to focus, but others around me didn't always see organizing as a priority.
My path to becoming an organizer was anything but direct. I earned my diploma from Seneca College in Human Resources in 2008, and subsequently worked in accounting and finance, eventually becoming a Financial and Insurance Advisor.
Working in a number-based industry required a certain level of organization, which I embraced, and my background in HR provided me with the tools to help others through challenging spaces - both mental and physical.
A home is one of the largest purchases one can make, but it shouldn't be the cause of stress and anxiety. After a long day, you want your home to be the escape from the chaos of life, your sanctuary.
Clutter and disorganization can creep up on us, and cause increasing stress and anxiety. It can make us less efficient when we need to redoing work, search for missing items, or have to buy duplicate items.