You’re a busy woman who wishes she could get organized; “I just need to pick a time and do it,” you tell yourself.
But time keeps passing by.
You’ve thought about hiring someone to help, but you worry they might judge your space, or worse, you.
How do I know all this when we’ve never even met? I promise I haven’t planted a bug in your home. What I have done is work with lots of women just like you.
Who am I?
I’m Sharon E. Hines, your personal organizer.
I’m also a wife, mom, and former teacher who used to be buried in clutter. I had the messy house, struggling marriage, declining health, stressful job, and mom guilt to show for it. I was suffocating under the weight of it all, until one day I quit.
I started with my job, then gradually climbed out from the rest of the clutter, one step at a time. Eleven years later, I’m still in awe of the results: a life of simplicity and ease.
I use the wisdom I gained from personal experience and combine it with my background as a teacher to help you climb out of the clutter and create the simplicity you crave.
Sharon made me feel at ease when this project was not easy. I didn’t want to just move stuff around anymore. Children moving from home from college, three parents passing away, plus the Texas freeze damage was weighing my home down literally and figuratively. Sharon helped me strategize, prioritize, and organize my home and my heart.client – Wendy, The Woodlands, TX
- enjoying a home that nurtures your soul and effortlessly serves your lifestyle
- having time for the people and passions that tug at your heartstrings
- living according to your values and priorities
That is exactly what is waiting for you on the other side of clutter, and I am passionate about helping you get there.
“What I know for sure is that when you declutter – whether it’s on your home, your head, or your heart, – it is astounding what will flow into that space that will enrich you, your life, and yoru family.”Peter Walsh
It’s your turn to be astounded.
At the foundation of this process is a little something I picked up from teaching and that is this; there’s nobody youer than you.
That means creating an individualized plan that gets to the heart of the clutter, resulting in intuitive solutions as unique as you.
I’ve spent years honing this process, because it’s very important to me to meet you right where you are and help you get organized as a whole person; mind, body, and spirit.
Step 1 – Simplify
Gain clarity on your values and priorities.
I won’t get all up in your business, lol, but I will ask the right questions to help you determine your core values.
Step 2 – Sort
Use your newfound clarity as a sifter to cull through your behavior patterns, belongings, relationships, and well-being to determine what stays and what goes.
Step 3 – Systematize
This is where you get to organize what you choose to keep. Containing your belongings is just a part of the organizing process. I’ll also help you create systems and routines to help you maintain your efforts. It won’t work on autopilot, but, you will notice you’re home serving you instead of you serving it.
Step 4 – Style
This is your Narnia. Once the clutter is clear, you’ll rediscover you and find authentic forms of self-expression. Your personal taste, preferences, and signature style will emerge. It really is a whole new world.
Sharon’s nurturing personality has a way of drawing out what matters most to her clients, helping them the create homes that serve them and become a place of refuge and joy. She also brings herself into her work, sharing from the heart about her own growth journey. As her client, you always feel known and understood.Client- Patty, Bakersfield, CA
Pick My Brain
Family, Freedom and Connection plus …
- Planning and organizing were my favorite things about teaching.
- I’m not a coffee drinker. Instead I start my day with a fountain Coke.
- I’m married to that guy in the blue shirt. He’s the string to my kite.
- That’s our daughter in the middle of the photo. She has my heart.
- I’m a native Texan and have always lived in and around Houston.
- I have a cat and a dog. I thought I was a cat person until we got our dog. Now, I’m a dog person, who also likes cats.
- The beach is my happy place.
- The E. in my name is for Elizabeth
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