Life Organized

Barbara Reich & Resourceful Consultants LLC

Barbara Reich of Resourceful Consultants

“Everyone should Barbarafy”
The New York Times

For Professional Organizer Barbara Reich of Resourceful Consultants, eliminating clutter is a way of life. Barbara tackles organization with a 360-degree approach, streamlining the homes, schedules and daily lives of discerning clients. Equal parts affable and type A personality, Barbara’s tough-love approach yields real results and lasting change.

Known for creating solutions that are as aesthetically appealing as they are practical, Barbara transforms each space from the inside out. From powerful executives to busy mothers, clients appreciate Barbara’s unwavering confidentiality and eye for design.

SERVICES

Organizing Physical Spaces

 Barbara will assist you with de-cluttering and purging, space planning, closet design, kitchen organizing,  and more.

Time
Management

Barbara will assess how your time is spent and create an action plan that optimizes efficiency and eliminates non-critical behaviors.

Digital
Decluttering

Barbara will organize the data on your computer and phone so you can access what you need, when you need it, efficiently and effectively.

Speaking Engagements

Barbara is available to speak at your events, meetings, & conferences on a wide range of topics or will customize a presentation to fit your needs.

PRESS

HooplaHa: Size Does Matter! How To Find More Space In A Tiny Kitchen!

JoyRide Cycling Studio’s Jared and Adam are planning a wedding and have zero time to organize their cluttered kitchen. Barbara steps in to help! Check out her latest Expert Kitchen Organizing Tips video from HooplaHa.

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Closet Organization

Elle Decor: 10 Designer Tips For Stylish Closet Organization

Barbara shares her fool proof tricks for creating your dream closet with Elle Decor. Every other part of your house is impeccably styled — why stop here? See slides 3, 4 and 6.

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Today Show: Clean or Cluttered – What It Says About You

Barbara and Psychiatrist Samantha Boardman visit the Today Show to explain that some people have clutter because they can’t make a decision, and to offer their advice for keeping things tidy.

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