I used to feel stress walking into our cluttered home. It’s been 3 weeks since Karen organized our play room (for 5 kids) and hall area. Both are still holding up neatly! Methodically, Karen classified items and found homes for each toy, book, game, and whatever. She dramatically decreased the clutter and overwhelming mess of kids’ and parents’ items. Of course I expected the areas to look neat as soon as she left, but I figured it would be a matter of days before they returned to looking like the aftermath of a tornado. But that didn’t happen. Games with little pieces are out of reach of little hands. Our two shelves of children’s books were pared down and organized into a few categorized bins. The difference is so refreshing, and I no longer feel that stress of walking through a minefield of toys and games and stuff. Ira S, Bet Shemesh
Karen’s advice has been spot-on when it comes to decluttering and organizing. She is generous with her suggestions and really understands how to pare down the non-essential. She has helped me tremendously with deciding what to keep, throw away, sell and give away during my preparations for Aliyah. But whether you are moving, downsizing or simply want to have more living space in your current home, Karen will guide you with practical tips on how to reach your goals.One example of advice that has helped me tremendously is to get rid of stuffed animals (a.k.a. dust magnets) other than a few favorites. My kids now have much easier access to the toys they really use, rather than being cluttered up by the unnecessary. Rivkah K, New Jersey
I want to thank “Karen the Klutter Koach” so much for her help.