We spent four days, and worked three to four hours per day. We had to decide where to place furniture, and she had an ingenious way of storing my boxes containing the parts of my doll collection which I don't display behind the bookcases. These boxes had been an eyesore clogging up my bedroom hallway for years. I also had fabric rolls, and we put them in the corner at the end of the bookcases and covered them with a lace tablecloth--so it looks really nice. She has helped me with sorting my garage stuff to keep, donate, or sell. And helped me with boxing the stuff to sell and labeling them so I can store them in the garage, but still find them when I have my garage sale. I am going to hire her to work my garage sale with me also. She has organized my first floor also and it is very attractive. She has little tricks that make any place in my house look better, and I didn't have to throw away things unless I really wanted to. She believes in this. I like the fact that she is flexible. She will reschedule the work when I need to do so, and unlike a lot of house cleaners and organizers, she will work with me on the number of hours--three to four usually. she is also very understanding of my limitations in regards to home organizing--she never made me feel embarrassed with how disorganized things had gotten in my home. I had suffered from PTSD, and had pretty much neglected this area of my life. My house wasn't dirty-just a problem of too much stuff out where it didn't belong.