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For those who:

  • are inspired by Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix

  • prefer to declutter and organize according to the KonMari Method™

  • understand through the process only items that spark joy will remain, and a large volume of items may be discarded/donated

  • desire to declutter and organize by category: clothing, books, paper, komono (miscellaneous) and sentimental

  • want to tidy their home once and for all


For those who:

  • appreciate the support of a professional organizer after loss of a loved one (parent, spouse) or after divorce

  • have a clear plan in mind and wish they could clone themselves and get things done three times as fast

  • need to declutter and organize a few specific areas of their home

  • prefer one session with a plan to complete the remaining work on their own

  • dream of parking two cars in their garage


Single Session $350
Five Sessions $1500

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Amber was punctual, checked in by email and phone call several times in advance of arrival, was prepared with supplies and a thorough and expeditious plan on how to efficiently proceed. I was so happy with all she accomplished, and she will be returning a number of times to help me with a number of other sorting and organizing projects. She is a very nice person who is trustworthy and really knows her profession. I highly recommend Amber from The Tidy Bungalow!
— Julie B., Scottsdale
This has been a lifesaver for us. In just our first session, we went from six bookcases to two and we can now see my office. Best money we ever spent to destress and live our lives.
— Judy M., Glendale
Amber is caring, understanding and extremely efficient. She went above and beyond and I truly appreciate all her help. Organizing is not one of my strong points but with her help, the task hardly feels daunting anymore.
— Jasmine V., Phoenix