Women who are overwhelmed, but ready to take action, contact SOS to help them simplify their life by eliminating the excess that weighs them down and causes them to feel stuck. Stuck in a way that keeps them from moving forward in their life.
They crave the freedom to get out there to see what the world has to offer as they move into the next chapter of their life.
Many years of accumulating things, as well as other family member’s things, that they no longer want or even remember they have, turned into clutter. The clutter is like a boat anchor that weighs them down.
These women want to downsize their things, or maybe even their homes to provide a clear path to bring in fresh air so they can breathe, so they can think clearly, so they can regain peace of mind.
With a clear mind it’s easy to make plans to do more of the things that matter to you, that make you happy. The possibilities are endless!
We would love to collaborate with you to open the door to the next chapter of your life!
SOS is a compassionate, confidential home organizing service in St. Louis County, MO. We specialize in downsizing, or rightsizing older adults, emptynesters and team organizing using behavior-based solutions.
Recent SOS Articles
Quite awhile ago I added meditation to my stress therapy regime. Life is full of ups and downs that can produce an overwhelming amount of stress. We all need to learn how to manage our stress. How you handle stress can have a significant effect on your physical, as well as emotional and mental well-being. It’s well known that meditation can reduce stress, but there are additional benefits to be had from practicing meditation regularly. [...]
There are a lot of people that use a schedule to get things done. For those of us that use them, we all have, or should be creating gaps in our schedules. In this context, they are little, or sometimes big snippets of time between appointments, tasks or projects. If you already have them in place, that’s a good thing. Creating gaps in our schedules is a good time management practice. It’s also good for [...]
Using visual cues as reminders to do things is a great productivity hack. On a related note, it’s a great way to create a routine, and also to reach a goal. We all have a lot of things to do on a daily basis and remembering to do them can be challenging. However, when we get into the habit of performing repetitive tasks such as in a routine, after some time, the routine becomes habit [...]
The definition of repetition according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary is, “the act or an instance of repeating or being repeated”. Repetition is key for so many situations, but probably the most important is learning. When we learn something new, we repeat what we’ve learned to remember how to do it again. We practice the action repeatedly so our brain solidifies the data to store for retrieval when we need it. About seven months ago, I [...]
Someone once told me that I’m a perfectionist. That didn’t resonate with me because I don’t believe that’s true. In my mind everything that I do doesn’t have to be perfect, good enough works for me, although I do strive for excellence in the things that I do. Does that make me a perfectionist? No, it doesn’t. I don’t work at something to the point of perfection so that it causes me distress. There are [...]
Taking photos is a wonderful way to capture memories, and we’ve been doing it for centuries. The history of photography goes way back, beginning in the 4th century b.c., according to this timeline on ThoughtCo.com. Taking photos has certainly evolved over time, and become commonplace in our society, which created a need for solutions, or options for storing photos. Several months ago I wrote an article called Organizing Printed Photos, which touched on storage. In [...]