The FUNctional Home is an organizing service, devoted to helping people clear clutter and create a space they love. As a Professional Organizer, Heather Ahern teaches people the skills required to achieve and maintain an organized home. For over 14 years, she has been providing the needed support and guidance to help her clients complete projects of all sizes.
An organized home can have a significant impact on your day-to-day life.
Where you live should be a comfortable space, where you are at peace. It’s a place where you feel good about yourself, where you’re not overwhelmed or stressed. A place where you can relax and truly enjoy being home! Take a moment to imagine what that would feel like. What are the changes that would allow your home to become a FUNctional home?
Many people struggle to get or stay organized.
Everyone can use a little help at some point in their lives. Even people who were always organized can find themselves off track and overwhelmed. For others, being organized has always been an unattainable goal, and they struggle to develop systems that will support them better. Do you answer yes to any of these questions?
- Can you find what you need?
- Do you strive to live simply but don’t know where to start?
- Is it more difficult than it should be to get ready in the morning?
- Would you like to park your car IN the garage?
- Does your home need a quiet spot for retreat and recharging?
- Do you need better organization in your storage areas?
- Is there a room that you just can’t get to work for you?
- Are you overwhelmed?
A Professional Organizer can help you create a space that is more FUNctional.
Organizing is not about perfection; instead, it is all about simplicity and purpose of design. If you are frustrated with your home, you are moving, or going through a transition in your life, it’s okay to ask for help. You can realize your own vision of an organized life! When you’re ready to get started, Heather is here to help you make those positive changes – in your home, and in your life.
“Being able to find what you need, when you need it – is wonderful. Knowing where to put things away, is the key to keeping clutter at bay!”