Organizing & Decluttering Services for Portland, Oregon.
We want you to love your place, your stuff, and your time. Let us help you simplify your world, and teach you how to keep it going. We deliver simple systems and judgment-free support to get you on the road to better organization. Whether you choose to work one-on-one, or require a team, we can provide:
- Whole house or single room organization.
Commercial, office, and home office space organization.
- Systems to support executive functioning challenges (ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, etc.) or the chronically busy and overwhelmed.
Move management and home staging services.
"I'm easily overwhelmed in the kitchen because of my ADHD. Sue tailored the organization of my kitchen to better suit the way I think and move in that space. I feel so much more confident in the kitchen now. We also worked on my bathroom. Everything I need daily is now within reach and easy-to-find."
"It's really hard to take the time to do these types of organizational projects, but Sue was flexible with my schedule and very helpful with suggesting new ideas. She hustles and comes to my house prepared, organized and ready to work. Efficient and fun to work with. Would recommend her to friends and family!"
"We were overwhelmed by a new bigger kitchen and decades of accumulated dishes and pots. Sue came in and not only fixed our kitchen issues but inspired us to organize other spaces in our home as well."
"Sue really understands how neurodivergence impacts one's executive functioning and organizational skills — and can get you "sorted!""
How much does it cost to get started?
A three-hour hands-on in-person session, including a 30-minute online consultation, is just $225.
Hi! I'm Sue. I began my career as a software developer and took that problem-solving mindset into learning how to best support my family's organizing challenges. Over the years I found myself frequently being tapped by friends for information and advice on how to support their own families. I decided I wanted to help more people with organizing and simplifying their lives, so I started Sorted Digs.