I am SO excited to announce my new venture, tidyspot, a New York City professional home organizing service. I’ve been quietly working on this for the last few months, and I am thrilled to finally share the news with you!
As you well know by now, I have a true love for organization. I’ve been organized for as long as I can remember. Growing up, I looked forward to shopping for school supplies just as much as I did for new clothes. I color-coded my school papers and constantly rearranged the items in my desk and dresser drawers to make them just right. I have a distinct memory of asking my parents for an organization “project” around the house, and my dad tasked me with organizing the paper travel maps from various states we visited (this must have been in the late-90s because when was the last time anyone used one of those?) So yes, organization is in my blood.
In the last year, I’ve shared a fair amount of organization tips here and on my Instagram page, and I was always amazed by the positive response these posts received. It became very apparent that many of you also have an appreciation for a tidy home. I love organizing, but I also really love helping others tidy up their spaces, so I decided to launch tidyspot, a professional home organizing business.
My goal is to help you learn how to live more with less. I understand first-hand how difficult it to is find space for all of your belongings in a small apartment. This becomes increasingly more difficult when you throw kids and pets into the mix. If you live in the NYC area, and you’re interested in tidying up your home, contact me! I would love to work with you.
For all of you who are just here for the healthy eats, rest assured that Little Chef Big Appetite isn’t going anywhere. I am going to continue to develop new recipes, share my favorite grocery and cooking products, as well as document some exciting upcoming travel!
I feel so lucky to be able to focus on both of my passions: food and organization. Thank you so, so much for your continued support!
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