Guiding You Through the Stress of Your Stuff

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Mission: To guide individuals and companies through the stress caused by excess and misplaced stuff.

Vision: Create calm and peace in the homes and offices of my clients to present them with the opportunity to live the lives they desire and deserve.

Amy Trager, Certified Professional Organizer® offers a variety of organizing services in the city of Chicago and suburbs. After entering the organizing industry in 2003, she began working with her own clients in 2006. Amy has a variety of experience, as seen in her appearances on TLC's Hoarding: Buried Alive, ABC 7 News, Fox News Chicago and more; or, in her interviews in The Washington Post, CNN Money, and more, all viewable on the 'In the News' page.

Having the designation of CPO® means Amy qualified to sit for and passed a written exam, and she provides the administering board with proof that she continues her education on a yearly basis. For more information on Amy's background, visit her Bio page.

Whether looking for guidance in your home or office, the systems created will be customized to both the physical space and the people using the items/space, just as these individuals experienced. Amy and her team will guide you through the process of creating a space you love and deserve.

Amy is a proud member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) and follows their code of ethics. All appointments are confidential. Welcoming clients of all races, cultures, identities and orientations.

In The News

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The Most and Least Squeezed U.S. Metros
Read what kind of storage space is available in homes across the country, and what residents are doing about it.
StorageCafe - August 30, 2021


Latest Media

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Say No
Listen to Amy and other experts talk about learning to say no (and practicing it).
Rework Podcast by Basecamp - September 2017

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