My motivation for founding The Seana Method in 2010 was simple: to help people. It seemed like everywhere I turned, people were talking about how their spaces were a mess, their schedules were out of control, and their “stuff” was overwhelming. In a society where accumulation of wealth had always been linked to high quality of life, I seemed to be witnessing the direct opposite.
Born and raised outside Philadelphia, I attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where I earned a BSE. After school I relocated to Fairfield County, CT where I worked for years in Marketing Consulting. When my children were little, I transitioned my focus to the volunteer community. It was during this time, when I started helping friends and community groups “get organized,” that I realized I had something valuable to offer the marketplace.
Over time I developed The Seana Method, and since my launch over a decade ago I have found great satisfaction in helping people realize the freedom that living an organized life can bring. Some aspects of my job that I particularly enjoy include:
- Hearing the stories that my clients share
- Helping clients stay focused and move forward
- Providing perspective and guidance in the face of challenging decisions
- Designing and implementing solutions that will last
- Maintaining a network of resources to meet my clients’ needs
Working in this profession has taught me that the relationships we have with our spaces, responsibilities, and belongings can be surprisingly complex. I have no heart for judgment or criticism, only a desire to come alongside and improve quality of life. It is a privilege to be invited into a client’s home or office, and it is my goal to provide a positive, comfortable experience.
In addition to in-person organizing services, I also offer virtual coaching services on planning and time management. Technology has opened the door for me to serve clients around the country, helping them achieve powerful results in as little as one hour a week.
I also enjoy speaking to groups about all things organizing. I love the energy of a crowd and can be spotted around town (or on Zoom) providing insight on everything from “Best Practices for Setting Up a Kitchen” to “Downsizing Basics.”
Of course, I’m not always working. Balance in life is as important to me as I want it to be for my clients. My “down time” is characterized by a rigorous pursuit of sunshine, warm air, and the sound of waves in the background.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, uncertain, short on time, or discouraged, I’d love to talk with you!