It depends on how straight forward it is. It also depends on your motivation to do your homework, your schedule and how often you need me. This interrelationship of factors often fluctuates with the events of your everyday life.
It’s putting one foot in front of the other with a tool kit that balances setting priorities and doable goals with being open to unanticipated discoveries, ideas and adjustments.
Most organizing projects are like archeological digs or treasure hunts.
Things have piled up over time and we have to review, sort and weed.
Take it from a seasoned pro, discovery will happen and it needs to be allowed for.
It’s also part of the fun and directly related to your renewal and reclamation of your space.
How quickly we get it done also depends on the emotional factor of making decisions and following through on them. Sometimes purging is easy. And sometimes you need to take breaks. I don’t rush or push you into something you’re not ready for.
The mental and emotional work that goes into updating your space and learning how to maintain it is an important part of our success.