Eve D'Onofrio, of Organized
Tranquility, can help you ...
Clear your space, Free your time, Ease your mind...Change your life!
Eve D'Onofrio, Ph.D.
Professional Organizer &
Owner of Organized Tranquility


(650) 291-8063
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What we do
You deserve to live the fullest life possible.  Organized Tranquility is here to
help get you started.  Beginning with a complementary consultation, we will work
with you to understand your needs, set attainable goals, and develop
easy-to-maintain systems customized to your way of thinking.  

The goal?  To live in harmony with the things you love, use, or admire, and let go
of the clutter - those things that hold you back, rather than enable you to step
into the future.

No matter how out of control things feel or look, we will help you clear the clutter
for good with non-judgmental support and strategies that make sense for you.     
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Ready to make a change?
Lots of the people we help call us when things feel the worst, when they are
tired of "spinning in place," not finishing anything, or staying up all night with
worry.  Many of our clients have described their feelings about their
disorganization using these words:

It's easy to feel like giving up when organizing can feel so unnatural or
time-consuming.   That's where we come in.  Our goal is to help you clarify your
objectives, work by your side as a team, and keep going when you feel like
giving up or giving in.  We're your organizing guru, cheerleader, guide,
confidente, and sounding-board.  

As chronic disorganization specialists, we regularly serve clients living with a
variety of challenges, such as ADD, hoarding, grief/depression, poor time
management, or other life transitions.  What unites all of the people we work
with?  Their readiness to do something different.  In other words, they are
ready to organize their way to their best lives!

Learn more about our typical clients
  • trapped

  • stupid

  • depressed

  • ashamed

  • inadequate
  • stuck

  • buried

  • overwhelmed

  • hopeless

  • out-of-control
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