Long time clients recently moved to the east end of Long Island. In her blog, MyFoodVoice.me, Louise shares the story of their transition and gives insightful lessons for letting go. She relates the difficulty of moving across country and the weight possessions have when holding onto things only because of the memories they carry.
Louise loves cooking and has become a talented knitter and needlepoint artist. Her husband is an avid gardener, grill master and enjoys his well organized garage. They truly understand the benefits of an organized life.
Our paths first crossed in 2007 when interior designer Connie McCreight contacted me to assist with the organizing needs related to their Los Angeles home remodel. Since then, my team has enjoyed working on the first move to their second vacation home, then later when they decided to make the east coast their permanent home. Along the way, we have helped with other projects including decorating for Christmas.
I left LA for Knoxville just before the move was to start, but colleagues John Trosko and Ros Lakomy took over the California end of the final move. When I joined the team for the unpack in New York, it was a “working” reunion for clients, organizers and designers.
After reading “The Art of Moving – Letting Go and Embracing Change” check out the rest of the blog for delicious recipes and tips for food buying and entertaining. I did mention she is a talented cook?
Thank you for sharing your story Louise. Many will benefit from your moving experience.