I consider myself fortunate to have that privilege.  After many years of informally sharing my love for organizing with friends, relatives, roommates and co-workers (read: driving them crazy) and poring over almost every book on organizing ever written, I founded New Leaf Organizing Service (www.newleaforganizingservice.com) in the summer of 2009.

(Why “New Leaf”?  The age-old expression “to turn over a new leaf” is the inspiration for my company name and logo.  The leaf refers not to a plant, but instead to a leaf of paper, or page, in a book.  Therefore, to turn over a new leaf means to turn a page and symbolically start anew.  I believe it’s never too late to turn over a new leaf and become organized.)

I now serve clients in Fairfield and New Haven counties and assist with home organizing, small-office/home-office organizing, relocation services (such as move coordination, downsizing, decluttering prior to home staging, and packing/unpacking oversight) and estate settlement services.

To stay up to date with industry trends and research, I’m a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, and the Association for Executive and Administrative Professionals.

Going forward, I will be happy to answer any organizing questions you may have.  Feel free to submit them on Patch.com, via the Comments function, or e-mail them to me directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  The more specific the question, the better.  But please … no questions about bunions, OK?

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