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Professional organizing services with Goodbye Clutter

Goodbye Clutter is a small local company run by Elinor Warkentin

Goodbye Clutter, run by Elinor Warkentin and her team of organizing angels, is a small local company that helps people keep neat and organized. 

What made this experience so unique was the level of professionalism Elinor demonstrated while in my home. She took the time to let me know what is done with the information she gathers while we work together. A client's privacy is very important to Goodbye Clutter. Elinor also teaches best practices for organization. I learned quite a few ways to keep things in order and determine what to do with items that were not being used.

Goodbye Clutter helped me re-organize my home storage area, but they also specialize in everything to do with organization and ending clutter. Renovating? Moving? About to marry or move in together? Downsizing or upsizing? Overwhelmed by clutter? Need help to optimize your living spaces? Goodbye Clutter is ready to help.

This three-hour session is perfect for spring cleaning an area of your home.

At my house, we de-cluttered our busy storage space. Some of the best solutions were the simplest ones that I hadn’t thought of. Sometimes the result is a stunningly different space with a better organizational system. In my case, the photo doesn’t do justice to the significant amount of progress we made, but I am now one of the converted. I've learned the benefits of organizational services and I will be using them in the future to get some professional help with those tough areas of my home that need extra love.

Contact Goodbye Clutter at 604-683-0898 or [email protected].

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