Magic miracle organizer housekeeper needed

Anyone want to come and tidy up… not like, cleaning and mopping or anything, but just put away everything in logical places? For pay? I’m still on crutches, and can’t bend over very well. Rook’s working full time, commuting, helping me when I need help, doing all the kid-wrangling and regular parenting stuff, shopping, and cooking, which he was already doing a lot of before this injury.

Plus, since I started working full-time things got out of hand – for example no one has really dealt with Moomin’s toys in quite a while, so a lot of them are just thrown into bins, while I used to sit with him and lovingly sort out the dinosaurs from the tinkertoys from the Godzillas. He cleans up, don’t get me wrong, but there’s a certain amount of grown up thinking and intervention that has to happen in the organizing. Probably because he has too much crap.

So at this point I’m so frustrated! I don’t want to ask Rook to do a single extra thing. I can’t do my own laundry, I can’t clear the floor so that I can get around on crutches, I can’t find anything, and I can’t walk around the house looking for stuff when I can’t find it.

Want to come work for me for a couple of days putting things away and maybe decluttering? Extra bonus love and pay if you want to shelve my books. The higher level help I can get, the better!

If asking on my blog doesn’t work, I’ll try craigslist!

Email me at lizzard@bookmaniac.net if you would not mind being my temporary helper while I’m on crutches.

I feel so dorky and awkward asking this, but I really need it right now.

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10 Responses to Magic miracle organizer housekeeper needed

  1. Jules says:

    Well being that you don't know me, I just read your blog everyday, I guess it would be weird if I offered you my help huh? LOL! I do sympathize with you though. I'm going to be having surgery soon, with 4 days in the hospital, and 6 weeks recovery at home. My house is going to crumble, I just know it.

  2. Karianna says:

    Crud. I am a fantastic organizer, but my head is full right now. I am attempting to clean my own house while the boys undo everything behind me!I hope you find another set of hands. I've never been on crutches and I cannot imagine…

  3. Liz says:

    Unbelievable, someone just tried to charge me $200 an hour to do this kind of work. Out of my league I guess! But Minnie came over to organize Moomin's toys and art supplies, and brought me books and chocolate. If I put her at the "professional organizer" rate she could totally pay off her student loan… good thing she's my sister!

  4. Beth B. says:

    I am so sorry about your injuiry. I think there should be some sort of emergency fund for parents that have injuries or are sick – it is so hard to take care of yourself.I have some ideas for help – will email you asap….

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  10. Smith says:

    I know how hard it is to feel helpless, the crutches make it hard to do even the regular stuff. I’m sure you would have find a good helper by now. If not, it would be better to post an ad on the local newspaper. This will be a great way to get one fast. catalina island vacation rentals