It is with great enthusiasm that I recommend Linda Anderson as a professional organizer and spiritual life coach. As a mother of college age fun-loving, fashionista daughters, I enjoy having a couple grown up Barbies who love to shop, share clothes, play with my clothes and accessories. Over the years, as they have outgrown items, we were quick to either have "hand me downs" from the oldest to youngest, have a garage sale or donate them. It became more challenging for the youngest, who really loves to be a stylist and coordinates her outfits like she works for Teen Vogue. She had quite a collection, since she has been the same size for the last four years, but it really become overwhelming for her. Linda’s use of the “KonMari” Method –keep only what, “Sparks Joy," and her gentle spirit was just the ticket to get my daughter on track. Linda's caring insight as a spiritual life coach came into play as we all tend to have emotional attachments to our things. It became a question, "does it spark joy?" As a witness to some of the process, joy or not joy was evident on my daughter's face. When she was torn, it became a "maybe", but overall, it got easier for her to discern for herself and Linda helped keep the progress moving forward. As strong emotions came up randomly with memory triggers, Linda helped her work through those on the spot. Eight giant trash bags were delivered to Salvation Army, with big blessings that her items will "spark joy" for their new owners. "Blessed to be a blessing to others" was my way to release the items with love too, and not be caught up in thinking of what kind of cash could be generated by a garage sale, or an E-Bay store, etc. The freedom came from quickly deciding, then quickly moving forward into the letting them be a blessing to someone new. Linda's help was invaluable and definitely provided a peaceful solution to what had been a point of contention for my lovely fashionista daughter and me.