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Sheri's Organized Life

by Sheri Bertolini
(Franklin, TN, USA)

Sheri Bertolini

Sheri Bertolini

I have been organizing for a very long time, but only professionally for 3 years coming up in March of 2008. I have a crazy eye for detail that almost keeps me tidying up compulsively, so I decided to use my "powers for good instead of evil"!

I LOVE helping others get free of the clutter that keeps them feeling guilty, trapped or ashamed. My passion is seeing anyone get set free from things that keep them from living a fabulous, fulfilling life. The beauty of this job is that I get to come into a situation where someone is completely overwhelmed or at a loss, and with just some very basic principles and teaching tips, a lot of laughing and fresh perspective, I help you face a daunting task and make a difference.

It is completely exciting to start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, to see you realize you're gaining space, beauty, function and freedom in your space and you begin to have fun with the process.

I customize the approach we take to tackle your problem areas. Everyone's budget, time frame and situation is different, so I do my best to be sensitive to your needs, likes and dislikes. I try to recycle as many things as possible, including glass, plastic, cardboard, books, clothing, using any donation center you prefer.

There's nothing that makes me happier than hauling away a truckload of clutter that used to keep you stuck!

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Mar 17, 2014
mental floss
by: Anonymous

Sheri, you may not realize it but you could be considered a kind of mental health therapist! The look of an empty drawer or shelf is so freeing knowing I don't have to use every space! Also realizing you don't miss the clutter anyway, and really need a lot less stuff than you have.

Feb 12, 2008
Haul away a truckload of clutter
by: Erin

Decluttering each day keeps the Muttering away.

Have you ever found yourself wandering around muttering under your breath "now where did I put that_______?" It happens to all of us but for some, it signals the fact that we have too much clutter. Sometimes the clutter can be in your mind. You might be trying to do too much or remember too much without the aid of a list. For others it comes in the state of things.

Whatever your clutter issues may be, Sheri or one of the other Professional Organizers who have contributed here can help you out! Consider hiring a Professional Organizer to help you get things back on track.

Heck, I'm an organizer and I could stand an organizing session or two myself!

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