I have been organizing for over 5 years. I love the challenge of taking a space full of clutter and transforming it into a beautiful area that you can enjoy and be proud of. I will take the time to get to know you on a personal level making our time together enjoyable and rewarding. You can trust me to come into your space with vision, creativity, and to be free of judgment. I received an associate degree from Scottsdale Community College before becoming a certified property manager in the state of California. It was at this time my love for interior design, refurbishing and re-purposing furniture, and creating a clean, calm living space flourished, eventually culminating in the launch of Project Genesis in 2018. I am also a licensed REALTOR® with Re/Max Sun Properties in Fountain Hills, Arizona.
We come into your space to collect, categorize, and confirm the items that stay-and the ones that go. We will discuss functionality, usefulness, and the special nature of your belongings to make our decisions. From there, solutions and systems are implemented, and then we move to the storage and display of everything we decided remains.
Perhaps you have an upcoming move for yourself or someone in your home. We are experienced in packing and have developed straight-forward, organized, and efficient systems for the unpacking process when you arrive to your destination.
Whether you're moving here from out of town, unpacking from a recent remodel, or even haven't found the time to unpack those boxes from a move that happened awhile ago- we come in with fresh insight to your space to setup the most creative and functional use of your space.
Founder and Lead Organizer Caitlyn is also a licensed REALTOR® with Re/Max Sun Properties in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Sun Properties team is dedicated to making your real estate experience memorable and enjoyable. In addition to exceptional marketing strategies to help you sell your home quickly, we offer the latest technology to make the process of finding a home easier than ever.
Popular resale site "OfferUp" reported that nearly 50% of Americans said their homes are cluttered with items they no longer need, while nearly 75% would gain more space by purging unused items. Half of all Americans haven’t decluttered their spaces for over a year. In addition to this, an article posted on Harvard Business Review states: “You may think you’re not bothered by your overstuffed filing cabinets or the stacks of paper on your desk. But scientists at the Princeton University Neuroscience Institute have used fMRI and other approaches to show that our brains like order, and that constant visual reminders of disorganization drain our cognitive resources and reduce our ability to focus. They also found that when participants cleared clutter from their work environment, they were better able to focus and process information, and their productivity increased.”
A study on the effects of clutter in the home found that individuals who felt overwhelmed by the amount of “stuff” in their homes were more likely to procrastinate. Other research has shown that a cluttered home environment triggers coping and avoidance strategies involving snacking on junk food and watching TV. While we don’t know if this generalizes to the workplace, it’s possible that cluttered offices may produce employees who make poor eating choices during breaks and spend less time actually working.
We believe in the power and necessity of organization in both the home and the workplace as a direct benefit to you and your success. Contact Project Genesis today take back control of your space, and overall your life. We specialize in helping our clients feel freedom once again from the heaviness of "stuff".
Our clients are not only ready for a change, but they are motivated! Similar to any other coach in life, Project Genesis's organizers are committed to helping establish that shift you have been awaiting.
We celebrate both small and big achievements together in the de-cluttering and organizing process. They have realistic anticipation as to what we can accomplish in our sessions, and are thankful for the work completed.
They partake in the systems we implement to maintain the fluidity of our goals, taking a positive and active role in gaining back control over their spaces.