Since I can remember, I was an organizer; but I did not know it. Helping my great-grandmother organize her collectible antique dishes to arranging her furniture. Helping my grandmother keep her clothing store organized, as well as decor items and inventory.
Living with a single mother, we struggled tremendously. Jumping from place to place, not knowing if we would have next month's payment. However, no matter where we ended up, I put my creativity and imagination to work by making the space livable and comfortable with what we had.
I know what it is like and how it feels to have everything, little, or nothing because I went through all stages. I also know the feeling of not having your own room or space to decorate and organize the way you want. Anyplace big or small should be respected, become necessary, and be converted into a place to call home.
I worked in the retail industry for more than ten years, where I received marketing and productivity training. I was responsible for receiving merchandise and managing inventory. Responsible for window displays and merchandise displays. I was also responsible for colors and folding arrangements. This training and experience helped me become more organized and productive in my personal life.
I worked with seniors and youth's for more than seven years, where I learned the importance of small spaces, privacy, dignity, and self-control. I recognized that in some cases, the space is limited, but everything is possible.
I am a Professional Organizer and owner of Together Organizing because of my life's journey. I have my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Member with Parenting Solutions and Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).
Attention to detail is significant. My personal experience starts with my client's concerns, needs, values, purpose, commitment, and long-term goals that they want for a specific area. It continues with me capturing and focusing on all those elements and adding my skills and methods to make it happen. Ending with joyful and satisfactory results for my clients.
Two of my family members have ADHD. As a mother, I learned to recognize their needs and help them to be organized at home and outside their home. If you or someone that you know have ADHD, I can help. I have my own strategies, and I am a member of CHADD Children & Adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. CHADD is a non-profit organization that serves individuals with ADHD and their families. I also help individuals who struggle with anxiety and depression.