Looking to spruce up your home with some new furniture? Take a look at The Local Flea. This local company helps people buy and sell easily. You can pick up a pair of accent chairs, a washing machine, or an exercise bike. You can also sell items in good condition that you no longer need. By the way, use the coupon code WELCOME25 at checkout and enjoy a 25% discount on everything in the store!
I used The Local Flea several months ago and found the selling process to be very simple and streamlined. The whole process was conducted via text! They have partnered with Remoov (a local donation and disposal service) so if you are looking to let go of something that they can't sell, Remoov can donate it. I feel that The Local Flea is best for larger objects and items in good condition. Stick to Goodwill for smaller stuff and Nextdoor for items that just need to be given away.
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Spring feels like a good time to tackle an organizing project, but facing that project alone can feel pretty overwhelming. Instead, let's face it together. Not feeling ready to have someone in your house yet? There is a solution! Virtual organizing.
What is virtual organizing you ask? These sessions are very similar to the traditional hands-on organizing I have offered for the last 10+ years. In these mini 1-hour sessions, we will meet via Zoom, set our goals for your space, and choose a limited area to dive into. To complete your project, we are working together on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. For local clients, I also offer donation pickup services.
For clients looking to take a deeper look at how their habits and perspectives play into their organizing, we can integrate coaching into our work together. For local clients, I also offer donation pickup services.
Let's face that project together and create new space in your home and life. Happy Spring!
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