Organization wunderkind Katherine Crawley counsels clients during upbeat house calls that convert chaos into systematized order
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Orderliness expert Katherine Crawley lends her unique brand of friendly, nonjudgmental consultation to clients, helping them solve their clutter conundrums and acquire valuable tips on maintaining order. Consultations may focus on any room or home area, including garages, kitchens, and closets. Click here to view a slideshow of the company's successfully organized spaces.
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"All my life there has been a place for everything, and everything has its place," says the cheerful Katherine Crawley. "I was destined to be a professional organizer." Adhering to that dictum, the lifelong neatness theorist founded her own business, AssistPro Professional Organizing (even the company website is uncluttered), which draws a steady stream of repeat customers who appreciate Katherine's personable and markedly nonjudgmental demeanor.
In her time making mess-fixing house calls, Katherine has found that chronic messiness is often both a learned behavior and an unavoidable outcome of particular health or mobility issues. Consultations are tailored to root causes, and include personalized tips and practical strategies for maintaining order. Far from a nitpicking neat freak, AssistPro's chief executive organizer burns with a passion for helping others simplify no matter the extent of the disarray, never having turned down a client. Asked for an expert's definition of "organized," Katherine's response is characteristically streamlined: "For me, 'organized' [means] an effective, functional use of space and time," she says.