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My journey to decluttering and organizing began after the birth of my second child.
I felt like I was drowning in clutter and housework felt endless. Not knowing where things were and having too much stuff was getting in the way of my everyday parenting and giving me major anxiety. My initial solution to this was to hire cleaners, but I quickly found out that cleaning was not the answer to my problems. After all, I spent hours tidying for the cleaners and my house was already a disaster after a few days after they left. I knew I needed to take action fast and had to shift the way I thought about my possessions.

I started tackling my biggest problem areas – the kids’ clothes and toys. I got rid of the items that no longer served us and started organizing. The results felt amazing. As I started to work through different parts of my house I felt a huge weight lifting. Within a few weeks my anxiety levels decreased and I was able to take control of my home and my life. I started to enjoy my kids and husband- I finally felt in charge. I have never looked back.

It is for this reason that I decided to become a Professional Organizer. I want to help others find the same peace in their lives. Let's get Lorganized together.

Lorine is a member of the Professional Organizers in Canada and holds an honours degree from York University in Communications and Anthropology. Formerly, she worked as a Communications and Planning Assistant for the Government of Ontario.

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