Professional Organizer

Kathryn Lewis

Kathryn Lewis, Professional Organizer, has successfully been in the business of organizing Seattleites and organizing those who just moved to Seattle since 1995. Seattle is one of the few and the longest running Organizing businesses in Seattle and the experience shows in results. In the trendy organizing business, she’s seen many others come and go.  Seattle, Kathryn, specializes in entire home organizing — closet organization, garage organization, kitchen organization, et al.

Kathryn’s philosophy is that though people’s clutter and chaos are similar in patterns — personality types vary and so do the way they can successfully create organization. One model of organization may work for one person and not another. Through fundamental questions about habits, needs, desires for transformation and intended goals, she works with her clients to help them reach a level where they want to be and assists them in staying there.

How do I get organized?  You may ask yourself that. Kathryn will work with you and give ideas for lifestyle adaptations or what she calls “Habit Rehab”. Not one way, by the books, works for everyone. Kathryn’s approach is for her clients to start “New Habits”. Through experimentation and also implementing agreed systems, you will find there are many “Ways to get organized”., Kathryn, works with a variety of people with many different occupations and lifestyles. She is kid and animal friendly, loves her community and believes that “communication is the nucleus to all great relationships.”


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“Kathryn Lewis, Seattle, is offering calligraphy for Christmas cards, party invitations or place cards. She’ll even do the catering and decorating for a small dinner party. Lewis, a Professional Organizer, also will run errands, do year-end computer organization or put a home office in order.”
- Seattle P-I

“A variety of tasks keeps Kathryn Lewis, owner of Professional Assistants, interested in her job. She’s kept busy this season with personal shopping, gift wrapping and individually addressing holiday cards. Lewis is also available to coordinate your party, set up your database and cook a French meal for your potentially envious guest.”
- Seattle Magazine