As a professional organizer for the last 11 years, I have come to realize that most of us just have too much “stuff”. And depending on how much “stuff” you have and continue to bring in each and every day, without eliminating any of it leads to hoarding. So many people I have worked with in the past hoard a variety of things: books, magazines, clothing, food, food containers, widgets, pens, collectibles, plants, dishes and the latest organizing gadget. Much like an “anorexic person” who does not see their emaciated body in the mirror, people with a lot of stuff don’t see the big picture. They can maneuver around the house and the piles. Some of them have been doing it for years.
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Longtime resident Karen Kenney can help when you most need it – whether you have lost a loved one, plan to move, when your parent wants to “age in place” but clutter in the home makes it unsafe, or when those bills just need to be organized. Projects run the gamut from small to mammoth and all types of people can benefit from her services. A graduate of Bedford High School, class of 1982, Kenney is an expert in time management. Her clients include busy parents, seniors, CEOs, college professors and anyone who has suffered through trying to organize.
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