SOS: Simple Organized Solutions

SOS: Simple Organized Solutions

SOS is a compassionate, confidential home organizing service based in St. Louis, MO. We are committed to eliminating your stress by de-cluttering and organizing your living spaces, providing simple organized solutions, and by teaching you the skills you need so you can easily maintain your systems and regain your peace of mind.

Today’s whirlwind lifestyle creates an overwhelming amount of stress in our lives. We need a place to retreat, regroup, relax. Our homes can provide that escape. To create this peaceful environment, our homes need to be clutter-free and organized so the energy has a clear path to flow freely.  SOS helps you to create this peaceful type of environment.

SOS specializes in downsizing, or rightsizing older adults, emptynesters and team organizing using behavior-based solutions.

Do you have the need, or desire to downsize, or rightsize 50+ years of your life to move to a smaller home? There are so many things to do and decisions to make that it can be overwhelming. SOS would love to help! Let us ease the burden of overwhelm by helping you with this life changing project.  Call us today!

Recent SOS Articles

Staying Safe With The Noonlight App

By | May 9th, 2019|Safety|

Staying safe is a concern for everyone no matter your age.  Whether you are at home or wherever you go, that feeling of security is priceless.  There are different aspects of feeling safe and for the purpose of this post the focus is on physical safety. When you are in your home, or living your life going to work, school, running errands or engaging in social activity you want to be safe.  Most places that [...]

Cut Off The Flow of Incoming Clutter by Making Smart Choices

By | May 3rd, 2019|Mindfullness, Organizing Tips|

In this Ted Talk called ‘Can we eat to starve cancer?’, William Li talks about Androgenesis becoming out of balance and causing a myriad of diseases.  In his talk he focuses on cancer - about cutting off the flow of blood to cancer cells through food intake as an anti-Androgenesis therapy.  It’s an interesting 20-minute talk, I encourage you to check it out.  It may be a stretch, but I realized that we can do [...]

Next Time, Just Pause

By | April 25th, 2019|Mindfullness, Organizing Tips|

There is so much power in the pause. We rush around from place to place doing so many things all the time.  Every day, all day we are making decisions. It seems like we are on auto pilot throughout the day just to get everything done. Making knee jerk decisions can sometimes cause pain or stress due to the results of our actions or inactions.  And yes, inaction is actually a decision. At those times [...]

Backs of Doors Storage Options

By | April 17th, 2019|Home Organization, Organizing Tips, Storage|

The backs of doors are an under-utilized storage option.  For those that have small spaces they can provide the additional needed storage.  There are many options for this type of storage but you need to do a little research to understand what works best for your situation. You must be conscience of the size of the items stored in these locations.  They need to be in proportion to the area around the door when it [...]

What Approach Should I Use to Begin to Declutter my Home?

By | April 10th, 2019|Decluttering, Organizing Tips|

This is a common question I hear from new clients. The answer is not simple.  There is no one size fits all answer to this question.  In fact, there are very few scenarios in life where one size fits all. The approach you use to declutter your home will likely be different from anyone else. Your situation is different from others so your approach will have a different strategy. Not everyone needs a whole house [...]

Things For Seniors to Consider to Stay at Home as They Age

By | April 4th, 2019|Organizing Tips, Seniors|

These are the times when so many older adults prefer to stay at home as they age.  According to AARP, ‘nearly 90 percent of seniors want to remain in their homes as they age’. Many have lived in their homes for decades.  They have raised families there, made friends there and established roots in their communities.  They know the lay of the land in their surroundings.  They are comfortable with the neighborhood. I’ve often heard [...]