Even as a child I enjoyed helping to organise my home ready for visits from friends and family. Now it’s my job. It’s strange sometimes how life really does go full circle.
After working as a PA for the last ten years I understand the importance of adding organisation to people’s lives.
When I was traveling on tour, everything had to be very precisely organised. I needed to know whether an item needed was in a dressing room, the case on the tour bus, the touring wardrobe? Putting my finger on things at the drop of a hat.
I enjoy spending the time ensuring things are in their place on a simple and practical level. It takes away those familiar times where you feel frantic and stressed – even guilty. This is not how someone should feel in their own home. Home is a place to relax and enjoy.
I completely believe that once the home is as it should be, organised (not too organised mind!!) then everything else follows. Your mind will be in a better place, cleansed and fresh and your thoughts more organised.
Creating a company that understood the annoyance people feel as they simply do not get time to get things done was what I wanted to do. I’m lucky because in my job, when I leave at the end of a day I leave happy people. Usually sighing in relief.
Whether we are re-organising a wardrobe for a client, sorting through mountains of paperwork or assisting and arranging a house move ‘You Need A Vicky’ gets things done to the highest standard. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
My aim……To de-clutter the Country one bit at a time.
Director ‘You Need A Vicky’