My name is Jessica, and I am a pack rat. While not exactly ripe for an episode of Hoarders, there are few spaces in my small NYC apartment without piles and absolutely no closets that are completely safe to open without having something fall on your head. Ok, maybe there is one closet that might qualify a little bit…
Let’s face it, parenthood comes with a lot of stuff…and it’s sometimes hard to figure out what you really need and where to put all of it.
If you’re anything like me, that sort of help would involve a little bit of tough love and a lot of hand holding.
I want to help you. Actually, LOL, you don’t really want help from me…but I have someone who can–absolutely for FREE.
Dahlia Bellows, professional organizer and licensed social worker, wants to help you make your home or office space amazing…or, at the very least, livable. As a social worker and mom, she has lots of experience in hand holding, and she is additionally one of those funny people who was born skilled at organizing.
Enter to win Two free hours with Dahlia–a one hour consultation plus an additional hour in which she will help you put her advice into place. Note: Out of the Five Boroughs, the prize will be a 2 hour phone consultation.
More about Dahlia:
Dahlia Bellows, LMSW is a professional organizer and licensed social worker. Dahlia’s degree in social work and 10 years of experience working with children and families in multiple settings has truly enabled her to work with a variety of clients, ranging in age, professions and organizing needs. As a social worker by training, Dahlia’s approach is non-judgmental and her goal is to meet her clients “where they are”. Upon having children of her own, Dahlia discovered even more how her organizational skills were beneficial to her on a daily basis and believed that others could benefit from her skills. As a result, Dahlia has developed a wonderful niche in organizing with children, young adults and even expectant and seasoned moms. Dahlia works with clients to find appropriate and workable “homes” for their belongings and continuously discusses the best approach in order to meet their needs.