My organizing skills proved invaluable as I helped sellers prepare their homes to sell and get ready to move. One client, an elderly woman, was overwhelmed with the task of downsizing and her family wasn’t available to assist. I worked with her, sorting her belongings so she took what she needed and had room for in her smaller retirement home. This relieved a lot of the distress of packing and moving for her and she told others how valuable my services were. I started getting opportunities to help others get ready to move as well as unpack after their move. This service became invaluable to clients. I began getting invitations to speak to groups on de-cluttering, downsizing, organizing, and time management. I kept hearing how the “2-minute rule” had changed people's lives. It was time to write a book! I wrote "2 Minutes or Less" to inspire people to stop procrastinating their easiest tasks. I am planning to write another book titled, "LIVE More With Less" because every day we see the problems excess accumulation causes in our homes and work places.
The need for our services has grown exponentially as individuals, businesses, and organizations feel the urgency to let go of things they are no longer using. My team is growing to meet the needs. Tracie Floyd has 25 years experience in interior design and she brings her skills to the team when staging and decorating is needed.
My husband Danny and I have been blessed with 40 years of marriage. He is the Associate Pastor of Worship Ministries at our church. He is also a personal and professional development coach. We have two children: Brian is a professional musician and teacher. Our daughter Laura and her husband Jon gave us 2 grandchildren, Ada Lyn and Charlie – the light of our lives.
I enjoy singing, reading, hiking, and crafts. But I absolutely LOVE helping people simplify their lives by organizing their spaces for maximum efficiency.
Whether you have a small job, an entire home to relocate, or a business to organize, my team can handle
I had a career in real estate while my children were growing up so there wasn’t much time for housework. I began developing ways to make my home practically clean itself. I discovered the key was to reduce clutter. I became selective about what I allowed into our spaces, and I made sure we did not keep things too long. Following a simple 2 minute rule became a habit for my family. If we could complete a task in 2 minutes or less, we did it immediately. We stopped procrastinating our easiest tasks!