I am French and Belgium; I was born in Paris. I have worked as an Executive Assistant for 20 years in France, Italy, and Belgium. Over the years, I have acquired relevant skills and experience, like discretion, respect, organization, and attention to detail.
Homeschooling my son has been the most challenging but, at the same time, the most exciting and rewarding experience. I have just started my company.
As a Home Organizer in Houston, Texas, after being relocated for my job. I think I have always been an organizer. But now, I would like to share my passion and experience by helping others. I have strengthened my foundation and gained new skills to share with my clients through NAPO, which offers support, ideas, and tools.
I have passed with success various Certificates, and I continue to learn each day.
I am a NAPO Professional organizer with NeatlyTidy. I am genuinely passionate about tidying. I have also become an expert in Digitization and Inventories in the Greater Houston area. But I am still thrilled to do residential Organizing.
If you or someone you know needs to go from disorganized to organize, call me at (346) 379-1801.
Don’t mess with your mess!
The Art of Living with Intention
Intentional living is a lifestyle that encourages us to define our priorities, get clear on what we want from life and live each day in alignment with our values and beliefs. In simple terms, living with intention means deciding what you want from life and going for it!
My philosophy comes from Living with Intention!
My conception of organizing is about being mindful about which items my clients wish to keep rather than setting a goal of how much they can go away.
My decluttering process is simple and focused. There is no magic wand, just a keen eye for space-saving, someone to coordinate the details for you, and an extra set of hands to ensure it gets done well.
NeatlyTidy offers a bit or a bunch of help to get your home or office looking and functioning the way you dream it could be!
Philosophy is a system of structured thoughts about reality, bright and deep thoughts about life in general, and how we want it to be.
Each home is different. But William Morris underlines a significant idea: you should “have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe beautiful.” Try to look at your home with sincerity and personal philosophy. Your house is Your home. It’s no one else’s home.
That’s why you don’t have to feel pressured to fill it in and mostly to feel squeezed with things you do not truly cherish and need anymore. The reality is that often, daily life lends us to more mess. For instance, the most common room of concern is an overloaded garage, a mishmash of furniture, a playroom full of toys, and stacks of papers in the office.
But you don’t have to be overwhelmed with the organization. First, make a list and get everything out of your head. Then give yourself a small task to accomplish, don’t declutter the whole housework room by room. Finally, prioritize and set a deadline. Once you get started, you will find it more manageable. By doing it every day, by adopting new habits, you will look at things more clearly and more serenely.