Frequently Asked Questions

I feel like I should be able to do this myself. Why is it so hard?

You may feel overwhelmed. You may not know where to start. You may feel like you don’t have time. You may think it is expensive. All are very valid reasons, but think of our time together as an investment to save you time, money and bring calm to your daily living for many years to come.

Will it take time? Yes! Will it be fun? You would be surprised! Will it be worth it? Absolutely!

How long will it take to declutter and organize my space?
Results are dependent on the size and amount of work to do in a space, how quickly you make decisions and how involved you are during our session. Your clutter did not accumulate overnight. It does take time to make decisions about what to keep, donate, and discard. You will be amazed at how much relief you will feel in a short period of time.

Will you make me throw all my stuff away?
No.  You make the final decision on what to keep, donate, recycle and discard. I may gently encourage you to let go of items that are no longer serving you or may be preventing you from creating your ideal space.

Do you share pictures of my spaces and tell others how cluttered my home is?
No, complete confidentiality is taken very seriously in my Organizing Remedies business.  I do not share client’s names and I only share pictures that you allow me to share.  The before and after pictures in my photo gallery are purely to share my work and inspire others. However, if you want to share that we worked together and that you are thrilled with the results, feel free to do so! Your referral is my best compliment!

How do I get started?

I offer complimentary phone consults to discuss your personal  organizing needs. This will give a better idea of how I can help you. I can be reached at (317) 442-2450 or cindy@organizingremedies.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

What is a Professional Organizer?
A professional organizer provides information, solutions and resources to help people purge and organize their homes.  Guidance, encouragement and education keeps you focused and motivated during your journey to a more organized, functional and comfortable home.

What is NAPO? Why does it matter that I am an active member?
NAPO stands for the National Association of Professional Organizers. An active member is part of a recognized and reliable association whose members adhere to a code of ethics when conducting business. I have been a proud member of NAPO since 2014.

Thank you!