If you walk into your home and it is cluttered, all you keep thinking about is the clutter. If you walk into your home and it is clutter-free - everything is in it's right place and organized…you feel better.
New Britain, CT (PRWEB) July 21, 2009
Calling it a "milestone for organizing", Leslie Jacobs, owner of Les Is More in Connecticut is giving away organizing advice to anyone who wants it for free.
"If anyone who has an organizing problem emails me through my website http://www.lesmess.com, I will help them get organized and live clutter-free. They will feel less stressed, their home will look great and they will feel better too. I want to help people realize that their home is a reflection of what is going on with them. If their home is messy, there life is messy. But, if there home is organized -there life is on the right path."
Ninety seven percent of people feel better after their home is organized? Knowing how to stay organized is a "Life Skill" that Oprah believes all people need. Leslie Jacobs, owner of Les Is More in Connecticut is giving away organizing advice to anyone who wants it for free.
"If you walk into your home and it is cluttered, all you keep thinking about is the clutter. If you walk into your home and it is clutter-free - everything is in it's right place and organized…you feel better. " said Jacobs.
Growing up, Leslie Jacobs' bedroom was an organizing dream. Her David Cassidy photos were so even, they looked like wall paper. But she thought everyone was organized like her. That was until the spring of 1999, when she walked into her Cousin Sheila's kitchen and opened a cabinet. Plastic Tupperware came tumbling out and Jacobs asked if she could organize this for her. The entire Kitchen was organized within two hours, and Sheila was explaining how Jacobs could turn her talent into a business. Twenty-four hours later, Les Is More was born.
Jacobs is the creator of Les Mess, an organizing card game for children to motivate them to clean up their rooms. The game is designed to help parents, help their children get organized and clutter-free. She has also just created Les Mess for Couples. These cards are a little more "intense" than the children's one--and also include blank cards so the person who buys the game can put their own requests on the cards.
To get the free advice, all you need to do is go to her website, http://www.lesmess.com and ask her about any organizing dilemma you have. You can expect the answer to your question within 48 hours