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My organizing services always include a follow-up email to the client after each organizing session. Some follow-up is extensive, Some not so much. It depends on what is left to do. Some of it I will go back and do. Some of it the client will execute on his/her own.

My follow-up emails are meant to be informative, detailed, comprehensive, detailed, easy to follow, and rewarding to check off as each is completed. My clients say they are as helpful to them as the actual organizing sessions.

I just completed a 2 day, 13 hour job for a client in a small studio in Midtown East.. We focused on her clothes. This is the follow-up email I sent her yesterday. She loved it!


  • Have clothes rod replaced with new one – and with a support so it won’t sag

  • Replace light bulbs in ceiling lights in kitchen and hallway with higher wattage bulbs – 150w. You will be able to see into the coat closet better with a stronger bulb.

  • Take clothes to dry cleaner

  • Move purse hooks on door to inside wall of coat closet

  • Put scarves/hats/gloves into extra drawers.

  • Dip and swish all jewelry in a bowl of water with alka-seltzer or baking soda or mild dish detergent. Dry on towel. Put away to keep clean – lay out on a piece of velvet in top drawer of dresser? Or use several drawers?

  • Get windows cleaned

  • Finish cleaning off top shelf of clothes closet.

  • Clean out drawers in plastic roll-around in coat closet.

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