The recent premier of the Netflix smash hit “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” has many people in a frenzy to clean up their homes, clear out the clutter, and figure out which of their belongings “spark joy.” Marie Kondo is undeniably a decluttering guru, but there are also organization experts right here in Bucks County.
Perhaps you’ve been inspired by the latest Netflix binge but just need a little hand-holding. Or maybe you’ve never “Marie Kondo’ed” (it’s a verb now) anything, but you’d like to get a jump start on spring cleaning. In any case, these Bucks County businesses are available to help you make the most of your spaces and your time, which means more joy in your home.
Each of these businesses was a Finalist or the Winner in the 2018 Happening List. To vote in the 2019 Happening List, click here.
A Better Space
Audrey Cupo started A Better Space in 2004 after spending 23 years in the legal field. Recognizing that she needed a change, she decided to start her own business doing what she loves and has a talent for – organizing others. Ever since, she’s been on a mission to help others overcome the overwhelming prospect of getting organized. From small jobs to seemingly impossible projects, Audrey can help you break down your stressful tasks into manageable pieces. A Better Space offers various options for clients. Choose from various in-home service plans and packages or over-the-phone coaching services.
A Better Space has been a Happening List Winner every year from 2015 to 2018.
Rose Knows Where It Goes
Rose Knows Where It Goes was founded in 2010 by Rose Prendergast Miller. Rose has a rare approach to organization that goes beyond putting things where they belong. Instead, she helps organize according to the uniqueness of the individual to whom the items belong. Rose believes that her work has an emotional component to it, saying, “It is beyond rewarding to help clients create a positive internal dialog and an external environment they love and find to be productive, by positively coaching them through letting go of what no longer serves them and helping them see their best authentic self. To read our interview with Rose Knows Where It Goes from last year, click here.
Simply B Organized
Laurie Palau founded simply B organized in 2009 as a way to help others navigate through clutter so they could enjoy their spaces. According to the website, the simply B organized Team does this by providing education, motivation and solutions for people who are tired of feeling overworked, overextended and overwhelmed. Laurie offers her expert tips in her book Hot Mess: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized. You can also listen to her weekly podcast, This Organized Life.