Organizing As A Service

Mary Hitchcock
Almost everyone has a passion, some even find it at a very young age: gardening, wanting to follow in a family business, being a mom, etc.

Mine was organizing; it was something I loved doing even as a youngster. Helping my childhood friends figure how to organize their bedroom; figuring out what to keep and what to let go of. My dear friend (now of 50 years) told me I would do this as a living and she was right. It is my passion to help my clients, making their lives easier to manage and find peace of mind in their homes.

When I work with my clients—and some I have had for more than 30 years—when items that are no longer needed, I let them know where things are going: to Brother Wolf, all the towels; Homeward Bound, small furniture, kitchen items; Habitat for Humanity, tools that are no longer needed. For Veterans, I take suits/coats, shoes to help the men. I try to take all of these items to places that will use them and are thrilled to receive them. I take all of the travel hotel shampoos, conditioner, soaps, to Homeward Bound.
It’s my life’s mission to help those who can use my services.

Written by WNC Woman