Some of us love organizing (that’s me!). Some of us hate it. But nearly everyone loves being organized—and that’s where I come in.
My name is Nancy Hanze, and I’m an organizer. I’ve lived in small places—a tiny Manhattan studio—and big spaces, like my current home in southwestern Connecticut. I know how challenging it is to be organized—and stay organized—no matter how much space you have (or don’t have), and I firmly believe that clean, uncluttered spaces create clean, uncluttered minds that result in dramatically reduced stress.
how i work
Whether your space is already neat and could just use some tidying up, or you’re in need of an organization overhaul, I will work with you not only to clear the clutter in your living space, but also help you adopt my lasting principles of how to maintain a clutter free-environment.
Did you know that the word “organize” comes from the Latin word for organ (yes, as in the musical instrument) and then back to the Greek word that means a tool for making or doing? I like to think of organization as an instrument of happiness, a tool for making life easier, less stressful, and more relaxed.
Whether you are setting up a home office, downsizing from a large home, setting up a filing system, preparing and staging your house for sale, or dealing with an emotional attachment to "stuff," I can help you make sense of your surroundings and fall in love with your living and working space all over again.