I may have found the ultimate and ideal person to help me relocate and organize. Now, of course I just moved back to the Seattle area from Missouri in August but if I had known Peggy back then I probably would’ve gleaned a lot of her knowledge and help.
Meet Peggy Hughes.
Peggy has a very interesting job and I love discussing it with her. She is a professional organizer and home staging relocation expert. Not only does she stage homes but she goes above and beyond by actually moving with you to your new location, unpacking, organizing, and setting up your home in less than two days after you move in. Her motto is going from boxes to dinner parties in 48 hours. I love that.
I think I hate packing up more than unpacking because you can put stuff where you want it but most of us, if you’re like me, it can be six months down the road before you’re completely unpacked or even longer. Peggy gets everything unpacked, organized, and where it should be within 48 hours. I am seriously impressed with the way Peggy does this.
She recently just returned from Palm Springs after moving someone into their new home. She literally travels all over the country and even the world although she is based out of LA and the San Fransciso / San Ramon area. Peggy was talking to me about moving a family to Spain and how they literally take her with them so that she can unpack and organize them once they get to their home. I think Peggy is one of those people that it doesn’t matter whether the job is small or enormous, she’s up for the task and has an extremely positive attitude about life in general. I literally don’t know anyone that loves moving but Peggy seems to love it and thrives off the organization factor. If any of your clients are moving across the country or across the state I urge them to contact Peggy for a free consultation. She would be happy to help any of your clients relocate and organize not only their personal items but their life in general once they reach their new destination. Life can be so hectic in a new place, setting up schools, doctors, community information etc., the last thing you need is trying to figure out where you put your address book. Let Peggy organize your life.