Hello, and welcome!
My name is Eva Loomis and I love organizing.
Ever since I was young, I've had a proclivity for organizing and tidying, though I stifled it for a time, thinking it was too "square." I began embracing my inner neat freak when I realized that it was a key component of my personal path towards freedom and simplicity (and just in my nature!). Eventually, I realized I could turn this interest into something I enjoy doing for and with others.
I live in a tiny house in central Vermont and am fascinated with the schedules we choose to keep and the relationships with the things we own and their purpose, design, usefulness, and place in our lives.
I embrace the fact that, as individuals, we all have different priorities and organizational and life goals, and I want to enable my clients to achieve their own.
Organizing isn't about tossing out most of your belongings or becoming a minimalist. It's not even necessarily only about objects either, and it is certainly not about what my aspirations are for your areas of concern.
Rather, it's about you. It's about making the systems and interactions in your life with objects, data, time (and sometimes people) work for you so you can begin to focus on what’s truly important to you.
My role as a personal organizer and a member of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals is to provide context; to fuel and facilitate the process; and to pass on my organizing knowledge. I bring patience, understanding, and a nonjudgmental perspective to present information in a way that allows the client to make informed decisions and choices during the organizing process.
Some say our outside world is a reflection of our inner world; as within, so without. Orderliness can create relaxation, peace, freedom and renewed energy. If you are ready to choose this path, visit the Contact page to get started!