Emily Evans is a professional organizer based in Lexington, Kentucky. Her services include decluttering, home and office organization, unpacking from a move, downsizing, home staging to prepare to sell, errands, holiday decor storage, and event setup and teardown. Emily is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals™ (NAPO®) and Local First Lexington.
During an organizing session, Emily will work with you to establish goals for the space and realize practical solutions. A typical session involves purging items, including sorting trash and donatable items. Emily employs an ethical approach to purging. She ensures items go to local nonprofit agencies to meet their needs and handles the hauling for you. After purging, items you have decided to keep are stored in neat and practical ways.
A professional organizing session serves as a to-do list killer. In addition to purging and organizing, let's get all those things done you've been meaning to do. Let's hang that art. Let's shred those documents. She would even be happy to make returns to a store and drop clothing off for repairs.
Previous clients have reported never having felt or slept better once everything is in order. Now is the time. Eliminate the clutter. Eliminate the stress. Eliminate with Emily.
Emily has been a self-aware neat freak since she was a child. A product of nature and nurture, she is the child of a very organized superstar mom. When her mother was visiting with friends in their homes, Emily would quickly disappear into playrooms and pantries to tidy. She has carried this unique trait into adulthood and enjoys working with people from many different backgrounds and professions. Emily holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Anthropology from Transylvania University and a Master’s of Business Administration from Midway University. When she is not helping folks transform their homes and lives, she enjoys traveling, exploring Lexington’s hot spots, live music, fostering kittens for the humane society, and playing with her own fur children Baby, Coco, and Padma.
Emily was featured in the April 2019 issue of the Lane Report, Kentucky’s primary business magazine. Each month, a young professional is profiled, and Emily was honored to be asked for an interview. She discussed her services, organizing best practices, and Marie Kondo.
Whitney and Rick Pannell, two of Emily's wonderful clients, host their own biweekly talk show Live Love Lex. They frequently discuss home improvement and asked Emily to demonstrate her organizing techniques in their own pantry.
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