Im a single guy that considers myself pretty organized but maybe over 20 years Ive let some things pile up. I always think Ill get to it, but I never seem to find time. What started this whole process with Halcyon Home was my record collection. I recently purchased a turntable so I went into my basement and started to pull LPs to play but they needed to be cleaned. I cleaned a few and they sounded great but got overwhelmed at the thought of cleaning my whole collection; I must have hundreds. I told a friend and they said that they worked with a woman recently that had helped organize their home and I should contact her. I called Halcyon Home and spoke with Courtney Watson, the owner. I explained my situation and she said she could clean and organize my records (however I liked; alphabetical or by genre), as well as archive them, making sure they were stored properly. She would make sure each album sleeve was in good shape or replaced, and then get the appropriate storage boxes. I was excited and relieved and we agreed on a fair hourly rate. It took a few days as each record had to be hand washed and dried. Courtney used the correct soap and special towels to dry each one, purchased new sleeves (some were missing, others were damaged by age and a basement flood I had a few years ago). She labeled each record and filed them alphabetically. I was not only impressed with the job she did with my record collection (we learned I had 297!), but I particularly appreciated the way she moved through my home with respect and the way she communicated her process and schedule. I was so happy we began to discuss other organizational projects that she could help me with. I have collected a lot of artwork in my travels, photographs before digital, books and lots of clothing. Working with Courtney has been great; shes smart as a whip, funny, respectful of my privacy and easy to work with. Im glad to be working with her and I have a great sense of accomplishment; even though shes doing all the work. I highly recommend Courtney and Halcyon Home.