As a kid, I believed that being a maid is the coolest job on earth. Obviously, my parents weren’t too delighted with my way of thinking. As I grew older I chose other professions, mostly on a yearly basis, but my passion for tidying and sorting things never died. After college, the inner peace looked like more important than making order in the outer chaos. After some years on the market, it looked like sometimes everybody needs a helping hand to find that order. My new goal became instead of finding the right place for a vase, finding the right one for people, and slowly turned into making comfortable organizations instead of comfortable homes. Instead of dust, I like searching for skeletons in the closets and I replaced hanging clothes with putting out the human feelings and believes on that rope.
When everything is great is kind of like a spring clean-up. In the end, you just sit next to the window. The sun is shining on you, makes you warm and you feel that everything will be fine when the smell of freshly washed clothes and the cherry blossoms hits your nostrils.
My goal is to help you make your life’s work comfortable for you and for your team and instead of putting those dirty clothes under the bed you could watch those drying clothes on that rope under the warm sun.
Let’s leave frippery behind and turn aspirations into reality!