“Angela Hoxsey helped me move from a 10,000 square foot house to a 3,000 square foot house. I could not have done it without her. She is professional, extremely organized, fast in thinking and action, wonderful to work with. While I still think that moving is the pits, she tackled it with intelligence and experience.”
“Angela is a mighty taskmaster, at once resolute, yet compassionate. She is by my side urging me to make good decisions, helping me to be objective about inanimate objects. Much like Michelangelo felt he was freeing the forms that were already inside the stone, Angela simply chipped away all that was not a part of me.”
“You can’t expect moving to be a pleasant experience but Angela came to my San Francisco residence and assessed what we should keep or discard until my new home was furnished down to a lemon squeezer! I was not present for most of the transition and arrived to find everything in its place better than I would have done myself. I could not recommend her more highly–she makes the process almost enjoyable!”
“Like Tom’s mother used to say, “You’re a god-damned jewel!””
“Angela was integral to our on-site organization, prior to a major anniversary year at Robert Mondavi Winery. She seamlessly went through our closets, attic spaces and every imaginable bin. Thanks to her familiarity with Margrit Mondavi and her understanding of the wine industry, she was able to work very self-sufficiently and brought our attention to items of the utmost importance. Despite some end of year budget constraints, she was able to work without our parameters and still keep our records up to date with over 50 years of material. Angela is a God send!”
“Angela is a gift. I have referred her to countless people; all have been thrilled with her and her work. Angela has helped me prior to, and during a major move into a new home, and since then for smaller projects as well. Each time, working with her has been a joy. She is hard working, caring; and a delight to spend time with.”
“There is now a huge divide in my life; there is my Pre-Angela Era and my Post-Angela Era. What she can do in a few short hours would have taken me months, years, decades to accomplish. She is worth every last penny you will pay her. Miraculously I have been able to maintain the order because her system is so easy!”
“Angela Hoxsey is an organizational Maven. She is fast, efficient and a pleasure to work with. Angela makes getting and staying organized easy with her helpful tips, tricks and knowledge of organizational products. I hired Angela to help me prior to and after a large home remodel. She helped me to declutter, purge and organize multiple rooms in my home. I loved working with Angela, she helped me streamline my home and I enjoy the organizational benefits everyday! ”
“I’m thrilled with what you helped create. It totally blows my mind how quickly you work and I love your thought process. Fantastic!!”
“My time with Angela has been SO worthwhile. She can create order out of chaos and has converted my big messy office into a streamlined, free-flowing and no-longer-anxiety-producing part of my world. What did I ever do before she came into my life?!”
“I’ve worked with Angela for many years and after each session I am amazed and thrilled by what she and I can accomplish. Her ever-positive outlook is contagious and although I will never attain anything remotely close to her perfection, I never feel judged for what she inevitably comes across in my office, garage, closets, etc. She has super powers to transform an otherwise impossible, overwhelming environment to one of organized calm and joy.”
“Angela is, quite simply, a force of nature. She cleaned out and organized our stuffed, messy garage in less than 8 hours. This included hiring men to haul away trash and donations. We were stunned and still go to the tidy garage to gaze in amazement. We recommend Angela unequivocally and she has since organized every room in our house. She is the epitome of professionalism and a whirlwind of energy. Worth every penny and more!.”
Angela writes “House in Order,” a bi-monthly column on organizing in the Napa Valley Register.
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