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CT Business Spotlight: Sunshine Organizing Services

Need to get more organized at home, your office — or anywhere within your busy personal life and work schedule? Well, a new Branford-based business is here to help you take control of the clutter.

Sunshine Organizing Services is ready, willing and able to help empower you to live a more organized and clutter-free life.
Sunshine Organizing Services is ready, willing and able to help empower you to live a more organized and clutter-free life.

Was getting more organized one of your New Year’s resolutions but you now realize it's nearing the end of January and you've yet to get motivated to begin? 

Or maybe you've tried to de-clutter your home in the past but can’t seem to keep it up? 

Could you use just a little (or a lot!) of organizational help to, well — get more organized?

Well, Sunshine Organizing Services is here to help.

'From Cluttered to Clean'

The creation of the new Branford-based small business was spearheaded by Jenn McCulloch.

McCulloch, the former editor for Branford and North Branford Patch sites, recently created Sunshine Organizing Services after 10 years in the journalism field. 

The busy mother of four said eventually, she came to realize that organizing her schedules, content and time was one of her favorite parts of the job. 

At home in Branford with her husband and children, McCulloch says she is always organizing (or reorganizing) a room, schedule or closet.

"I've always been an organized person," she told Branford Patch. "It's something that comes very naturally to me and taking spaces from cluttered to clean makes me happy."

Take Control of the Clutter

And now, McCulloch says she is ready to take her organizational expertise and know-how and use it to benefit others. 

"I can help you learn how to take control of the clutter in a space as small as your linen closet, or tackle bigger projects like garages too full to park a car," she said. "Or even a playroom with no room to play."

She added that it very satisfying to see the difference that an organized space can make in the life of her clients.

"I love helping others find that satisfaction," she said.

Save Time & Money

But McCulloch said being organized can not only help make your life less stressful, but it can actually save you time and money, too. 

"For example, if your belongings have a proper home, you'll spend less time looking for things," she said. "Or if your cupboards are organized, you'll find yourself using more of what you have and not making unnecessary purchases at the store."

Organization Anywhere

And it's not just your home. 

Sunshine Organizing Services is also able to help with:

  • offices and paper pileups
  • calendars and schedules
  • packing and unpacking
  • craft rooms
  • and even photo organization

If you need it organized, McCulloch said she is ready, willing and able to help.

"In a sometimes chaotic world that demands so much of you, Sunshine Organizing Services is here to help you create a serene and clutter-free environment, where everything has a place and things are simplified," she said.

Tidying Tips

Although McCulloch noted that no two people can get organized in the same way, she did share some basic 'rules' that can help: 

  • Find 'homes' for your belongings and group like things together
  • Implement the one-in, one-out rule so. For example: if you buy a new shirt, get rid of one that you no longer wear.
  • Put things away as soon as you're done with them. 

In order to stay organized, McCulloch said you have to find a system that "works for you, your space and your lifestyle."

"Being organized frees you up to do more of the things you want to do with more time for life's pleasures," she added.

Want More Information? Got Questions?

Do you have questions about getting organized? You can email McCulloch at sunshineorganizingservices@gmail.com.

You can also stay connected via Sunshine Organizing Services' website, as well as its FacebookTwitterPinterest and Instagram pages. 

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