Amy Woidtke, BA – Chief Organizer & Move Manager
“The goal is not to have the least amount of things, but the optimal amount of things.”
~ Tim Ferris
Amy Woidtke is the professional organizer committed to guiding couples and individuals in transition through home revision and relocation so they can experience more time, energy, and a renewed sense of heart and home.
If you are looking for a proven professional who can guide you to address clutter and disarray, tackle your residential move, and settle your nest to welcome what’s next, you’ve come to the right place. With over 15 years of experience working with amazing clients of similar worries and concerns, Amy has guided them to achieve remarkable success.
Amy’s talent for organizing is inherited from her parents and was showing itself as early as 6th grade when she regularly organized her room. This natural talent, combined with the love for making a difference in people’s lives, led her to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and venture into professional organizing.
Clients say remarkable things about the impact her work has on their life:
“…it probably saved our marriage during a very tense time. Having a third person took away the stress of being so different in our approach to moving and organization…(and) helped us to not hate the other person during the process…Perhaps a benefit of having you help us with the move is that now I am a little bit looser about cleanliness and organization and he is a ton better about putting things away.”
~ H & J, Scotland
“…One of the aspects of the move that stands out for the most is that I got to host a dinner party in my new home, the same day that I moved…Amy and her team were professional, proactive and left no detail out.”
~ KC, Seattle
“Overall, the way that Amy perceives the bigger picture for her clients, at times, is even greater than the awareness the client currently holds about their own needs. … her acute intuition and detail-oriented action plans have yielded the results you would expect from a polished professional housekeeper, administrative assistant, and human resources expert rolled into one person. She has managed a number of contractors on my behalf with almost flawless results…Amy is truly one of a kind with a plethora of knowledge to share, oodles of resources, and a friendly, cheery disposition.”
~ RR, Seattle
Similar benefits await when you decide to invite her to serve in the powerful ways that can support your success.
What sets Amy apart from other service providers? She can connect with just about anyone and can see perspectives from “both sides of fence.” Amy customizes your space to your natural learning style for a space that functions easily with your way of being. She is passionate about low-impact lifestyles and considers her clients like family. With Amy’s uplifting spirit and a terrific sense of humor, clients find they can have fun, even in the most serious of times.
You can feel confident in engaging her to guide you to solve these problems. Over the years, Amy’s expertise has been honored with remarkable and notable accolades, including:
- Best Seattle Home Organizers 2020 – Fresh Chalk
- Best of Houzz 2019, Service
- Honors Award – Shoreline Community College
- Associate of Arts, Graphic Design – Shoreline Community College
- Bachelor of Arts, Psychology – University of California, Davis
She has delighted audiences on The 425 Show, Founders Live podcast, Chat with Women radio, and as the green lifestyles columnist for Examiner.com. Amy has also presented as a speaker for the GSBA, Rain City Referrals, Founders Live, and Metropolist.
Three things about Amy and her experience that might surprise and delight you – while serving your work together:
- Amy encourages clients to donate reusable belongings to Humble Design, a non-profit furnishing and decorating the homes of families transitioning out of homelessness.
- Amy was raised by entrepreneur parents in the design-build industry, during which she learned the facts and skills she brings forward in her work.
- To date, she has received 5-star reviews, exclusively.
Are you ready? This is YOUR time to make time and space for you! Click here to book your complimentary consult today.
Katrina Hamilton, Organizing Contractor
Katrina is a Seattle native with a born love of organization, having spent her high school years watching reruns of Clean Sweep while dreaming of being a professional organizer.
During her work in business administration, Katrina realized what she enjoyed most was fixing broken systems and making existing systems more efficient. While she was working in positions from Office Manager to President for one of the fastest-growing real estate brokerages in Washington, Katrina also helped agents organize their email, desktops, task management, and client tracking systems, as well as teaching classes on the subject matter.
Realizing that the help she was providing to agents was applicable to everyone, Katrina finally founded her own business, Katrina Consults, where she has been kicking clutter to the curb and creating feel-good, functional systems ever since!
When Katrina is not consulting or organizing, she enjoys improv comedy, root beer, and writing.
Rachel Corwin, Organizing Contractor
Rachel has a lifelong passion for tidying, discarding, and creating harmony out of disorder. Shuffling between two very different households as a kid, Rachel realized early on that she found a great deal of comfort in knowing things had a place. Getting and staying organized made her life easier and allowed a feeling of agency in an environment where that was, at times, in limited supply.
As an adult, organizing still brings her joy and a sense of great accomplishment. She understands that it takes commitment to sort through it all and decide what to keep and what to let go of. Reflecting on her own mild anxiety regarding those difficult decluttering tasks made her realize what a huge undertaking it really is. This process is not intuitive for many people and involves more mental and emotional labor than simply cleaning out a closet and making a run to Goodwill.
Her business, Spruce with Rachel began with a mission to simplify and create space in homes. As time is a valuable resource, Rachel works with people to create a more efficient space, saving them time to do the things they love. Outside of work, Rachel can be found running in her Ballard neighborhood, baking new recipes, or lounging with her cats, Walt and Archie.
Office: Tuesday - Saturday
9 AM - 5 PM PST
Services: Sunday - Saturday
8 AM - 6 PM PST
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