Guiding You Through the STRESS of Your Stuff
Mission: To guide individuals and companies through the stress caused by excess and misplaced stuff.
Vision: Create calm and peace in the homes and offices of clients to present them with the opportunity to live the lives they desire and deserve.
Amy Trager LLC offers a variety of organizing services in Chicago and beyond. Amy has a variety of experience, as seen in her appearances on TLC's Hoarding: Buried Alive, ABC 7 News, Fox News Chicago or in her interviews in MarthaStewart.com, Better Homes & Gardens, ReadersDigest.com and more.
Whether looking for guidance in your home or office, Amy and her team will create systems custom to both the physical space and the people using the items/space. They can help:
- Organize any room in your home so everyone can find what they need when they need it
- Unpack your belongings after a move
- Help remove unneeded or unwanted belongings to create more space
- Connect you to resources for specialty removals, donations and sales
Amy Trager, LLC is a proud member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) and follows their code of ethics. All appointments are confidential.
Welcoming clients of all races, cultures, identities and orientations.
Amy Trager is a Certified Professional Organizer® based in Chicago. Certified in 2007, she is also a NAPO member and past president of the Chicago chapter. Since 2006, she has been guiding individuals through the stress of their stuff by creating calm, enjoyable spaces.
Amy Trager's interest in organization began early in her college years. After discovering this passion, Amy completed a custom curriculum at Bradley University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Sciences and a minor in Business Management.
As part of the inaugural class of Certified Professional Organizers, Amy sat for the first ever certification exam for Professional Organizers in 2007.
Amy is currently a member of NAPO and served for eight years on the Board of Directors of their Chicago chapter. She is also the former Chair of the NAPO Higher Education Taskforce, a nationwide committee formed to design and implement an educational curriculum for a bachelor's degree in organizing and productivity.