Hello, I’m Anita, an experienced Professional Organiser based in Norfolk. Thank you so much for visiting my page.
I work across Norfolk and Suffolk and also offer a virtual organising service, which means I can support you…wherever you are!
My service will always be tailored to your needs
Life can be very busy with many competing demands – making it difficult to stay on top of things. That’s why many people who contact me say they feel overwhelmed.
It might be a messy home with too much stuff, or attachments to belongings that are a struggle to part with. Staying organised might be especially tricky due to poor health, physical limitations or a neurodiversity such as A.D.H.D.
We all yearn for organised simplicity in our home, but sometimes need a helping hand to get there.
I have worked successfully with numerous clients, using tried and trusted methods to create calm, organised spaces, free of clutter and with a place for everything. It makes tidying up a dream!
With hands-on support, I can help you organise any area of your home – from a linen cupboard to the whole house. I will do all the lifting, shifting and carrying, as well as help you make those nagging decisions about what to keep and what to let go. If required, I will take your unwanted items to charity – so you don’t have to.
Creating new routines to help you stay organised long-term, will give you the time energy and freedom to enjoy a stress free, pleasurable life at home.
My approach will always be kind, patient and non judgemental
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I very much look forward to hearing from you,
Background and Training
Having previously trained as a a mental health nurse, I have a wealth of experience of providing sensitive support to people with a range of physical and mental health needs.
I am also a qualified teacher and for many years worked as a special needs consultant, supporting people with complex needs and neurodiverse conditions including A.D.H.D and A.S.D.
I have completed advanced training in hoarding behaviours and work for housing associations supporting tenants with hoarding difficulties.