About

Sherry Brown
Sherry has been directly involved with providing business solutions to business owners for over 15 years.  She has had the opportunity to travel East Central Indiana helping business owners create advertising plans to grow their businesses.  Always lending a listening ear, she found out first hand what troubled business owners and what strategies brought success to different businesses. She provided systems to streamline jobs making each work place more efficient and successful. She has a passion to help others succeed.

In 2006, she lost her father unexpectedly.  Her journey to organizing began when she became the executor of his estate and started down  the road of self discovery.  Eagerly, she developed a plan and set out to accomplish it.  It was in those hot days outdoors, organizing items from a small engine business, she felt a sense of fulfillment.  Her step-mother said “I am so overwhelmed with all this stuff but you seem to know what to do and make so much progress when you are here”.

Sherry carried that accomplishment  forward into countless projects for family, friends and neighbors as they all knew she could turn chaos into some sort of calmness.  Today she dedicates her days full time to guiding others in their quest for calm, order and reclaiming space.

Kim Farlow
Kim Farlow is married to her sweet heart of 30+ years and has three grown children. Her husband served in the United States Army which allowed Kim to use her God given gifts of organizing while her family moved 15 times in 20 years. “I love helping people down size to right size their belongings whether it is a closet or an entire home so that their lives flow more effectively and efficiently.”

Kim loves each stage of a move but especially loves the design aspects of setting up a new home. “Putting everything in place so that a house becomes a home is sheer joy; to see our clients hearts rejoice after they see the beauty of their belongings in place is so rewarding”.

Kim also loves the ministry of the work. I love to hear the stories and getting to know new people. While the work is being done you will find someone who is willing to walk beside you with a listening ear, a servant’s heart, plenty of hugs and laughter to make the work fun.

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