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Our Team Is Ready To Organize Your Home!


Everyone deserves to live in a home they love being in. Not everyone loves organizing and many do not have the skill set to create an orderly home. Our Liberators love organizing because they were born to organize. Every single Liberator was trained by Major Mom herself via the Major Mom Academy. We put the "P" in professional home organizing. Here is a cute poem we wrote about our passion:


We love order, yes we do,

We love order how about you?

It doesn’t matter what the size;

Your home or office we can organize.

Restoring order and serenity,

Is our major goal you see.

So Major Organizers is here to say,

have an Organized Valentine’s Day!


  • When you improve your home environment, you lower your stress. (Wellness Experts) It is possible to love your home environment, but you may need to hire help.
  • In the average home, getting rid of clutter would eliminate approximately 40% of housework. (Soap and Detergent Association study)
  • Foundation of an orderly home is...

Major Organizers has a set of Seven Core Values: Family, Community, Results, Order, Spirituality, Integrity, Service. This month we are focusing on what order means to us and what it can mean for you and your family. Orderly homes require a continuous clearing process just like cleaning is a continuous process. However, cleaning does not require tough decisions about what to let go of like clearing does.

When your home is orderly, it’s easier to experience feelings of comfort, joy, peace, and harmony. Living in an organized home gives you the freedom to adapt to life's many unexpected surprises, such as, adult children moving home, ailing parents needing much of your time, and working from home while having your kids schooling from home. All of sudden, many of us are spending more time in our homes than ever before and it quickly becomes evident that many of our homes are not in order.

Why is it that we have all this time, but don't seem to want to clear clutter and organize? Whether it is for a couple of weeks or several months, we need to quickly learn to make this...


The Major Mom Method of organizing is a three-phased approach to organizing your stuff, your papers, your data, and your time. Each client is treated as an individual with unique needs, values, and goals. Our solutions are customized, achievable, and sustainable; that means you will be able to maintain your organized space long after we've left your home!

Each of our Liberators attended the Major Mom Academy to learn and embrace this methodology. It is our secret weapon to getting organized.


A person without a vision usually makes many mistakes along the organizing journey. We help you visualize how the space or room would best serve your current and future needs. We get a good picture of what currently works well, what does not work well, and why. Once we understand your vision, we can proceed to the next step.


We create a space plan and an action plan. A space plan helps distinguish zones within a room and gets the big items in place first. An action plan details what areas / rooms will be tackled, and in...


Moving can be an extremely overwhelming and daunting task. Whether you are moving for a job or a new adventure; just down the street or across the country--moving is a big task that requires some project management skills. Getting organized for the move a couple of months in advance can really help relieve stress. Here is a simplified moving checklist to help you prepare for a relocation. This list is a starting point for you. Copy this checklist into a new document so you can create a custom one for you and your family. Share this with a friend or family. They will appreciate it! Call us if you want help on either side of your move.


  • Get the entire family involved and go through your home and decide what you treasure and what you can release. (Pre-Move Purge) Don't pay to move items you don't need, use, want or love.
  • Start researching moving companies or reserve a truck. On-site estimates are best.
  • Create a “moving binder” to keep track of all important information.
  • Create a small portable records box for...

It is not too late to create a romantic bedroom for a nice evening with your spouse. Here are some tips for creating a space where you can read, rest or have some romance:

1) Remove all toys from the bedroom.

2) Make the bed and put away the clean clothes.

3) Remove all the mail, papers and clothes off the the bed, dressers and nightstands. Put them in a few bins to deal with tomorrow.

4) Organizing is a three-phased process - so declutter first with the use of bins and boxes labeled "Donate", "Recycle", "Trash", "Other Room" and "Sort & Organize". Store those bins outside of the bedroom for today. If your room is super cluttered and you do not have bins or boxes handy, then just use trash bags. The process of sorting things in to categories will help the organizing process tomorrow.

5) You can organize everything tomorrow, but today, just focus on decluttering and removing items from the bedroom that do not support a loving environment.

6) Remove all pictures of kids and parents or deceased relatives. Move them to a family photo wall in...


Many households have organized people living in them, but they do not have time to organize. The British Telegraph reported that the average 10-year old owns 238 toys, but plays with less than 12 daily. Disorganization can cause so much stress and discord in a family when the house feels chaotic and cluttered. Newsweek reported years ago that the average American spends 55 minutes a day looking for things we know we own, but cannot find. How much time are you spending looking for things? It may be time to simplify! Here are some tips to simplify your life in 2020:

Auto Each time you come home, take in an armful of items from your car. Getting into a clean car is such a great feeling!

Bathroom Make a pledge to use up your current inventory of lotions, hair care, and other personal products before buying more. If you're really honest and don't see yourself using them, toss them out!

Bills! You can't afford to keep paying bills late. Sign up for auto-pay on recurring bills and cancel paper statements. Assign one collection point for non-recurring bills and select...


Welcome to the thick of the holiday season—a time we look forward to and dread in equal measure. Traditions and time with family and friends bring joy, but overloaded schedules and pressures of shopping and hosting can leave us stressed out.

Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you navigate common holiday stressors and come out on top.

Holiday Shopping

THE CHALLENGE: You want to shower your loved ones with gifts, but you don’t have the time or money to do it all.

DON’T: Don’t allow yourself to fall into the trap that the holidays are about material items and that you must run yourself ragged acquiring them.

DO: You can reduce the stress associated with holiday shopping by taking control of your time and money. First, spend cash whenever you are able. The act of physically handing over your hard-earned money can help you make better spending decisions.

Second, if you’re prone to making impulse purchases, institute a time out before you...


The air is crisp, the leaves are turning vibrant shades of red and gold and the days are getting shorter. For many of us, these signs mean one thing: It’s time to decorate for the holidays!

The anticipation, though, can turn to dread when you open the closet or attic door and are buried in an avalanche of decorative pumpkins, skeletons, wreathes, garland and various other festive ornaments. Before you shove it all back in there and close the door, consider this: Fall is the perfect time to get your holiday decorations organized before the chaos of the Thanksgiving-to-New Year’s season begins. Here’s how:

Audit your holiday décor

If you have a large collection of seasonal decorations, the thought of going through them all at once may seem scarier than a haunted house. Don’t skip this step, though. It’s important to know what you have so you can organize it properly.

To avoid getting overwhelmed, start small. Begin by gathering the decorations you have for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve or whichever holidays you...


Cluttered basements are not haunted, but they can be scary to kids and adults--spiders, mice, dust elephants and.....Many of our clients are often scared to go in their basements. When our teams of Liberators organize basements, we often wear gloves, masks, hats and shoe covers. This year has been pretty scary, so now we wear masks all the time. We ask our clients to wear masks too. You may see us pray before going in to a home, but we are praying peace and wisdom over the home. We have some standard prayers we pray that are 100% focused on ensuring we remain fun, non-judgmental and safe.

We look at clutter as a fun and exciting challenge and we can usually turn the scary space into an amazing space in a matter of hours or days. If your kids refuse to go in the basement, it may be time to call in the Liberators.

Many households have organized people living in them, but they do not have time to organize. It can cause so much stress and discord in a family when the house feels chaotic and disorganized. Newsweek reported years ago that the average American spends 55...


During Spring clutter clearing it is important to involve all members of your household. This allows everyone to focus on their own stuff and be a productive part of the household. Create a realistic plan of attack that will result in a happy home and prevent arguments. Click here for more Spring clutter clearing tips.


Resolution #1: Get Organized

With each new year comes a sense of a fresh start. As we pack away the holiday decorations, we see our home—and all its flaws—in a new light. This year, resolve to take charge of your space and all its contents and finally live the organized life you crave.

Picture It

What’s the first step in the process of getting organized? Having a clear vision of what an organized home and life mean to you. Before you start organizing, allow yourself to dream and visualize how the space or room will best serve your current and future needs. What functions should it serve? Determine what works well now and what doesn’t work well. Try to articulate why things are or are not working.

Dream big, but be sure to stay grounded in reality. Resist the urge to develop a fantasy vision that will be difficult to achieve and maintain. For example, if you want a chef’s kitchen but you don’t know how to cook, you may not be developing a vision that is maintainable or best fits your strengths.

Plan It

Now that you envision your organized home,...


Summer is here! For many of us, this is a time to sit back, relax and enjoy a break with our kids. Although it’s tempting to laze away the warm days, summer also offers a perfect opportunity to tackle clutter and get prepared for the school year ahead.

Taking time over the summer to create systems for organizing paper, homework, communication and schedules can help you end one school year—and start the next—on the right foot, which means you’ll have more time and energy with your family.

Here are Major Organizers’ top 6 tips for putting your free time to work this summer—to ensure a smoother fall.

1. Debrief with your children about the school year.

At the start of summer, take time to discuss how the school year went. Children are brilliant. Let them share with you what worked well and where they were frustrated. Let them help develop solutions for systems that are not working smoothly.'

2. Create a clear “C-3” area for family communications.

Communications: Always have an up-to-date...


Have you ever visited your child’s classroom and been astonished by how organized and capable the kids are at school? Just how does the teacher get them to follow the rules and put things away in an orderly fashion?

Your kids are successful because the teacher sets them up for success. Here’s how:

  • They know where everything lives.
  • They are able to reach coat hangers or storage cubbies.
  • They know the teacher won’t come behind them and do it for them!

Believe it or not, you can create the same kind of structure at home to enable your kids to take ownership of their belongings and school responsibilities. Put the right systems in place, and watch your kids become your biggest helpers. Here are some organization zones and systems you can create at home to get the school year off to a great—and orderly—start.

Backpacks, coats and shoes

Backpacks, coats and shoes are an inevitable part of the school year. Instead of letting them clutter your entryway, family room or dining table, designate a home for them. Hang a...


Heading somewhere? For families across the country, summer is synonymous with vacation. Vacation, though, is not always synonymous with relaxation. Wrong turns, cranky kids and hauling overstuffed luggage around can chip away at the fun.

There’s good news, though. By taking the time and effort to plan your vacation on the front end, you can ensure that you and your family have maximum enjoyment this summer. Here’s how.

Outline your itinerary

Even the most fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants people benefit from a little planning. Before you embark on your vacation, create an itinerary for yourself. This doesn’t have to be a stodgy minute-by-minute account of what you’ll do on your trip. Rather, it’s a rough outline of where you’ll be when so you can be properly prepared.

If you’re driving, plan your route, and identify where you can stop for gas, breaks, and meals along the way. That way you know where you can fill your tank before you hit empty, answer mother nature’s call, and feed the troops before they melt down.

Whatever your mode of...


Piles of paper on the counter, overflowing closets and mountains of dirty laundry can be overwhelming, but if you look at them through a fresh perspective, they also can be reminders of the abundance of blessings you have in your life.

For example, those papers may be work-related, which means you can feel grateful to have a job. Those closets full of odds and ends mean you have had money available for life’s extras. Those loads of laundry waiting to be done might belong to your children, which means you have been blessed with family in your life.

Here’s how to take control of the clutter around you while honoring the blessings you have been given in life.

Sort Your Treasures

The first step is to sort all your items into categories. For instance, crafting items may go in one pile, photos in another and assorted décor in a third. Once you have your possessions categorized, it’s time to separate the treasure from the excess.

Treasures may come in different forms. A treasure may be something you use every day, such as your favorite...


Ah, yes! Is it time for a pre-Christmas discard and donate session?

Sing our version out loud---

On the twelfth day of Christmas my Liberators found for me...

12 pairs of scissors,

11 rolls of tape,

10 pounds of papers,

9 cell phone chargers,

8 lids to nothing,

7 buttons to something,

6 open cinnamons,

5 unused gift cards! (sing this one really loud)

4 unopened gadgets,

3 bins of cords,

2 floppy disks,

And boxes of photos I haven't seen in years!

Would you like to enjoy your Christmas in a peaceful, organized home this year? It is not too late! The Major Mom Liberators can get the job done in hours instead of weeks or months! If you need a little maintenance or a new room set up before the family arrives we are here to get the job done! Check out our service packages on our website. You may not need help but you may want to buy the gift of peace for a friend or family member. Bless them with our organizing services.


  • Christmas Prayers: Every year,...

Life gets busy, and sometimes it’s hard to keep it clean. The laundry, that is. About this time of year, many of us find ourselves drowning under a mountain of school clothes, athletic uniforms, leotards, swim team towels and stinky socks. Here are six tips to help you take charge of the laundry—so it doesn’t take charge of you.

1. Have a designated collection spot for dirty clothes.

No, the floor doesn’t count. Make sure each household member has easy access to a laundry basket in the bedroom or bathroom. Better yet, two laundry baskets – one for darks and one for lights. That will help streamline the sorting process when it’s time to wash.

2. Read garment washing instructions on clothes.

How many times have you washed a new garment, only to have to toss it in the donation bin because it shrunk? It may sound obvious, but it’s important to check the washing instructions on every new piece of clothing you bring home. Some fabrics look wash-and-go, but many need to be washed in a specific water temperature or hung to dry....


The newly revised and expanded workbook “Organizing Your Weight Loss: Your Jumpstart to Getting on Track” is now available through the Major Organizers Organizing Store or on Amazon. This workbook, Volume 4 of our “Jumpstart” series, thoughtfully applies the principles of organizing to areas most impacted by any weight loss journey – your kitchen, closet, activity and time. In this excerpt, we tackle organizing your gym bag using the Major Mom Method™.

One of the most important tools in exercising is a well-planned gym bag. What’s fun about the Major Mom Method™ is that it is a scalable process. You can use it to organize a whole room or a single bag.

Phase One: Picture It

Envision what role your gym bag will play in supporting your weight loss and activity goals. What types of...


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