Friends have joked with me most of my life about being overly organized. I can organize your pantry, closet, playroom, garage or any room in your home. Most of us lack the time to focus on these areas due to the daily grind, raising children, or simply wanting to spend our time doing other things. I can help!
When my mother made the difficult decision to sell her home and move into an assisted living apartment, helping her decide which treasures to keep or more realistically, which items she would actually have room for in her new apartment was difficult. It was during this time I created a process to help guide her decision making by creating a nurturing environment while efficiently cleaning, sorting, and organizing her home to be put on the market. Most people are unsure where to begin or what our parents truly need with this lifestyle change. I can help!
I am also a student of psychology and mental health counseling at the University of Arizona and am now attending graduate school to become licensed to provide therapy for mental health disorders such as Hoarding Disorder.
I facilitate a monthly hoarding behavior support group in Tucson, called Excess Denied, on the third Friday of every month at 7pm. (Email ExcessDeniedTucson@gmail.com if you’re interested in attending.)
I also host a twice-monthly therapeutic art group at my studio, where my clients can create and congregate, learning art and socializing in a nurturing and clutter-free environment.
My experience as a professional organizer, school teacher, wife, mother, and a member of the human race, I’ve experienced the challenges of living a ClutterFree life.
I pride myself on being a good listener, connecting with people, and being flexible. The most important outcome for me is that your project goals are achieved, and that you have the tools to lead a happier organized life.
I hold a BA in Psychology, and a minor in Education from Occidental College.
Reclaim your space, time, and peace of mind! Deb is experienced in reorganizing homes to create more efficient use of your real estate and to increase its market value through decluttering, organizing, and if you intend to list your home, staging it for sale. She has an MBA in business administration and is a former real estate professional in Washington State and Massachusetts, who now does professional organizing full time. Deb has also worked with office professionals to relocate them from brick and mortar offices to home offices.
~ 20 yrs of commercial property marketing, leasing, and management; proficient in drafting and managing budgets, in-house marketing, space planning, and tenant relations.
~ 15 yrs of project management experience, emphasis in: scoping; tracking; and completing clients’ projects on time and within budget.
~ Co-owner of family-owned educational business
~ Court-appointed guardian and personal administrator
~ Community volunteer for nonprofits specializing in housing for homeless, transitional housing, and helping women toward self-sufficiency.
Being organized is more than just having a clean house. It means everything has a place. As a professional organizer, our job is not to come in and throw everything away, but together with you, we will help you de-clutter and create an organization system that works best for you; one single room or for an entire home or office. We are honored to be part of moving & unpacking so many beautiful homes.
Bridges is the founder and owner of Get Organized with Bridges + CO. She is the premier organizer in the valley with over six years of experience in the industry. You may recognize her as Channel 3 TV’s organizing sweetheart. If you haven’t viewed the segments yet you’re missing out!
Not only is Bridges an excellent organizer, she is a phenomenal coach. She has created a team of seasoned organizers who understand that organizing is not a one-size-fits all. She teaches the importance of using the foundational methods of effective organizing with a combined customized approach to cater to the needs of the client. Clearing the clutter is only part of the process; leaving the client with the tools, resources, and support to maintain systems is the end goal that drives Bridge’s passion.
As stated best by a recent client who would like to be known as the “Anonymous Crazy Lady”… “Without Bridges, we would have had to move or burn the place down!”
Bridges works to give her clients back the time to enjoy what they really love in life. She herself enjoys spending time with her boys and the great outdoors.
Happy Home Organizers, LLC specializes in residential properties: Kitchens, Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Home Offices, Bathrooms, Family Rooms, Children’s Playrooms, Closets, Basements, Attics, Garages, Sheds and more.
We help people who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed out go from chaos to calm. We help bring order and efficiency to people’s lives.
Hiring a Professional Organizer will be one of the smartest decisions you can ever make. Getting rid of the clutter and getting organized is truly life-changing.
After all…Life is happier when your home is organized!
If you have it but don;t love it, want it, use it or need it; If you need it but can’t find it, or have way too much of it, operators are standing by, waiting to take your call.
I. LOVE. TO. ORGANIZE. I can’t put it any simpler than that. It gives me great joy (and even goosebumps sometimes!) to help you sort, purge, clean out, downsize, declutter — with the common goal of giving you more mental and physical freedom. I truly believe that less is more, that less clutter means less stress, less time to manage all of your belongings, and MORE time to focus on the people and activities that are important to you. Let me help you declutter and we will both boost our happiness. I promise.
Debbi Bertolet is a retired K12 educator who has built Organized Inside and Out LLC to encompass her variety of interests in the service of others – organizing the pesky piles inside, clearing out an over-grown yard or garage, doing simple remodeling updates to freshen the home, or downsizing and planning a move. She truly enjoys helping people from 15 to 90 years of age; any younger or older than that might take more training! Debbi also has experience and training in how to conduct professional organizing sessions with teens and adults with chronic disorganization, hoarding disorder, depression, or physical challenges. A comfortable, safe, attractive home that functions well is possible for everyone. Workshops and presentations are also available.