Ashley believes in the power of clarity and its ability to transform people inside and out. She has helped thousands of people clear mental, physical and emotional clutter~ allowing more time and space to receive and manage what truly matters most to them.
Ashley has a B.A. in American Studies from Occidental College
and a Masters in Human Development from Pacific Oaks.
She has studied with some of the worlds leading experts, coaches, yogis, and was recently certified to work with the akashic records.
The Creatively Neat team includes Ashley, her lead organizers,
and junior organizers. They service Greater Los Angeles in person
and Ashley helps people online worldwide.
Ashley leads workshops, speaking engagements, and guest appears throughout various media channels.
Creatively Neat has something for everyone~ from single sessions or weekend intensives~ to entire homes or businesses needing to downsize or relocate. They also offer on-going maintenance visits.
They're happy to listen, make suggestions, and customize something just for you! Click "work with me" and fill out a brief intake!
Ashley and her team are eager to connect and hear where you're at and where you'd like to be! They have client service and confidentiality agreements for easy e-signing.
You're in great hands and hearts. Talk soon.
Organizing from the Inside Out, Julie Morgenstern
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Marie Kondo
Clearing Clutter with Feng Shui, Karen Kingston
New Order: A Decluttering Handbook for Creative Folks (And Everyone Else) by Fay Wolf
Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things
The True Cost (fashion industry affecting our planet)
Look online for places in your area, typically 50-99 cents/pound. Some trucks will come shred in front of you, generally an $80 minimum.
Office Depot and Staples ($1/pound to place in locked bins; some will shred in front of you for $1.20/pound)
A-1 Shredding in Burbank ($10/box!)
The Story of Stuff
Beyond the Label
Sanity & Self (Self help & Motivational)
Local shelters, non-profits, libraries...
Discovery Center (Cancer Society)
Out of the Closet
St. Vincent de Paul
Goodwill (takes electronic waste too, for free)
Swap Parties! (trade with friends)
Supporting small business and local artists